Sunday, 18 March 2018

Dr. Frankenstein's Hawaiian Adventure

Hello.  Welcome.  Today I am sharing one of Dr Frankenstein's lesser known creations over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity.

Did you know Dr Frankenstein loved Hawaii?  And pineapples!!  Very partial to pineapples.  If you want to know how I created my Frankenpineapple just hop over to the Portal.  We are all about the words this fortnight with our Say What???  challenge.  Join up your projects with wordy quotes and funny sentiments for a chance to win some Lost Coast dollars.

Frankenpineapple is joining the fun at
Dream in Darkness Challenge - Anything But Cute
Simon Says Stamp Happy National Craft Month
Colouring in Scrapland  I used distress inks and promarkers
Stempelsonne Challenge #200
Pixies Snippets Playground Challenge 322 pineapple stamped on a scrap of card and Frank stamped and embossed on a scrap of tissue paper. 

9 comments:

  1. This is just fab - love it, Jo x

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  2. Love that sentiment and image!

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  3. This is so creative and fun. Like how you used tissue paper...I can't tell at all! Wonderfully bright background too, with that great sentiment. Best, CG

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  4. Made me laugh out loud here Gail - especially when I read the sentiment - perfect :) Such fun.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  5. Echt crazy! :) Find ich klasse.
    Danke für deine Teilnahme bei der Stempelsonne.
    LG Dreja

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  6. Such a fun project, great sentiment.

    Sylv xx

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  7. So fun and and beyond original!
    Thank you for sharing it with us at Colouring in Scrapland
    xx

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  8. Wonderful card.
    Thank you for joining us at the Stempelsonnen challenge.
    Hugs
    Kuni

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