Thursday, 15 February 2018

Let Love Mooove You

Hello.  Welcome.  There's a new challenge starting today over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity.    The theme is More Than Two Legs and we want to see your many legged things.  No people please, unless they got three legs or are companions to dogs, cats, cows, butterflies, bees, tables, chairs or centipedes.  Here's the delectable Carmen Mooranda to get us in the mood.  

I stamped, embossed and masked Carmen's Veranda Carmen Mooranda and stamped part of the Yourba Adire background stamp to act as the carpet.  Then she decided she needed some wallpaper and I stamped the Hearts and Curls Border with red staz-on 5 times.  I coloured the hearty stripes with Festive Berries and the plain stripes with Crushed Olive distress inks, and gave the floor a wash of Stormy Sky DI.  Carmen Mooranda was coloured with Promarkers.  I stamped the sentiment on black card, embossed with white powder and crinkle cut the words.  

Do hop over and check out the other inspiring makes from the team and join up your stamped many legged wonders for a chance to win some Lost Coast dollars.  See you there.  Hugz

Carmen Mooranda is joining the fun at
That's Crafty Challenges - I Heart You Challenge 


  1. This is great fun, Gail! Love how you've got her standing on a floor; really good perspective - brilliant, Jo x

  2. Så morsomt og kreativt kort.
    Tusen takk for at du deltar hos Scrappelyst.

  3. Such a fun and joyful creation for perfect for our 'Love is in the Air' theme at Allsorts, thanks so much for joining in.

    B x

  4. This is brilliant Gail, she makes me happy! xx

  5. Oooh love this Gail, you always make such happy stuff ;)
    Thank you so much for joining us at the That’s Crafty challenge blog too
    Donna xx

  6. Lovely and cute card!
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m

  7. Great card, love the colors.
    Thanks for joining us at Scrappelyst.


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