Friday, 3 November 2017

Lefty Steps Out

Hello.  Welcome.  Over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity we are celebrating Day of the Dead and it's my turn today to offer a little inspiration.  I found this quite a challenge, because it's not an event we celebrate, but after having much fun with colour and flowers and skele-bits I am really quite in the mood.  


Full details on how I made this are over on the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity with more detailed photo's as well.  Do hop over and check out all the lovely projects from the team.  We will be posting every day this week and there is also a Day of the Dead challenge where you can link up your projects for a chance to win some Lost Coast dollars. 


Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Stamps used Lost Coast Designs Day of the Dead Lefty and Cracked Grass and Sky.
Dies used: Cheery Lynn Skeleton and BAF #3 Embellishments.

Lefty is off to join the fun at
Dream in Darkness Challenge
Scrapy Land Challenge 77
Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge November 

4 comments:

  1. You've done a great job with this challenge, Gail. I don't think I own a single skulls stamp and wouldn't have had a clue how to start, Jo x

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  2. Love your card! So colorful and adore those images! Thanks for playing along at Dream in Darkness!~kim

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  3. Fabulous card, so full of colors and flowers, truly Day of Dead spirits, my fav part is that border of sugarskulls, love it. Thank you for joining Dream in Darkness November challenge, I hope to see you again this month.

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  4. Love the vibrancy of the piece. Thanks for sharing at Dream In Darkness

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