Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Frankly Put

Hello.  Welcome.  You know, a Frank is not just for Halloween.  He can be a useful accoutrement for festivities year round.  

I made a birthday tag using the gorgeous Frankenstein from Carmen's Veranda.  The challenge at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity is Doodling so I used the lovely Bubbles Background stamp from Lost Coast Designs stamped with blue dye ink on my tag and edged the tag with the same ink.  The bubbles give that lovely tangled look without all the work LOL.  Frank was stamped, embossed and fussy cut.  I coloured him with distress ink and galaxy markers for his baby blues.  The sentiment is from Carmen's Veranda and I love that doodly font!!  Wish I could write like that, but then I don't need to when Linda makes such lovely stamps!!  A bit of bobbly wool and Frank is ready to take a gift to the party. 

You can join the doodiliscious fun over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity until Midnight PST on the 14th.  There be prizes.  Hope to see you there.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Frank is joining the fun at


  1. Great tag! The sentiment and image work so perfectly together and your background is fabulous! Thanks for playing with LTSCB.

  2. Good to have Frankie out and about. Thanks for sharing at Dream In Darkness

  3. Frank looks fab - and I love that background too! Thanks for joining us at Countryview Challenges this month and good luck!!! Hugs rachel xx

  4. Frankie looks so handsome with blue eyes and awesome background. Thank you so much for joining Dream in Darkness challenge, I hope to see you this month also.


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