Thursday, 8 November 2018

Lost Coast Designs Mayan Blog Hop - Day 1

Hello.  Welcome.  The Lost Coast Designs Design Team are having a Mayan Blog hop to celebrate some cool new stamps in the shop.  You should be coming from Cathy's blog if you are following the hop, but if you have just happened by then you can find the full hop list HERE.


The team have been stamping up a storm using the fabulous Mayan Hieroglyph and Mayan Stele stamps.


Here's my card.


I started by stamping the black card base with the Mayan Stele stamp and versamark ink  and embossed with black powder. 


I stamped the Mayan Stele on kraft card using Potting Soil archival ink and fussy cut it.  I stamped the Mayan dude, coloured him with Promarkers and fussy cut.  This guy comes with his own little stone block so I stamped that again on the same kraft card.  He looks a little puzzled and that monkey falling out of his pocket is probably not helping!!

Thanks for dropping by.  Don't forget to leave a little love to be in with a chance to win a prize.  To continue on the hop you need to go to Laurie.  If you get lost or find a broken link then you can find the full hop list at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity. Good luck!  See you tomorrow for more Mayan antics.  Hugz.

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Make Your Own Background
Love to Scrap Challenge 115 - Anything Goes
Creative Fingers Challenge 154 - AG
We Love 2 Create Challenge 14 - AG Mixed Media
Kreativtanten Challenge 23 - Etwas fur den Mann

16 comments:

  1. Love this card, Gail! Nice touch with the embossing!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. What a fun card. I like how you colored the dude.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Really like the embossing on the background. The fussy cut image give sit that pop. Beautifully done!

    ReplyDelete
  4. LOL...the monkey falling out of his pocket - You are hilarious!!

    Neat looking card and I love how you colored him...he's very classy looking!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Good job it's the back pocket!!!! LOL. Hugz

      Delete
  5. I am loving that Mayan background so much. It really sets off the image, and would give an ancient vibe to any project.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Nice creation and fun image!

    Thanks for playing along with our Kreativtanten Challenge and good luck!

    Hugs and please come back soon!
    Doris
    *GDT* Die Kreativtanten
    Kleido’s BastelStüble
    *Owner* Do-Al(l) Kreatives
    *DT* Die Traumfabrik

    ReplyDelete
  7. Maya, this is Stele so cool!
    (I couldn't resist the puns!!)

    ReplyDelete
  8. Love that Mayan dude and the background is fabulous. I think I would like these stamps!!

    ReplyDelete
  9. LOVE your card! The two shades using the hieroglyphs with the addition of the bright colors looks great!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Wonderful card! The stamps you used look fabulous 😀. Thanks so much for joining in the fun at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! J 😊 x

    ReplyDelete
  11. This is such a vibrant and wonderful card! I love how you kept the background subtle (and yet still gorgeous) and then the figure is this fabulous funky pop of color. Great composition and great coloring! It's always a treat to see your submissions to our Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenges!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Great card… like the embossed details.
    Thanks for playing along with us at our present challenge at Kreativ-Tanten and good luck! Hope you will join us next month again.

    Hugs
    Alex

    *DT* Kreativ-Tanten Challenge {#23 – For a man}
    *DT + Admin* Do-Al(l) Kreatives {#23 – Men’s world}
    *DT* Craft Rocket Challenges {#54 – Christmas is coming}
    Alex' Kreative Seite

    ReplyDelete
  13. https://welove2create.blogspot.com/Thank you for sharing your lovely project with the DT from We Love To Create, Hugs Terry xxx (DT)

    ReplyDelete

Hello and thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment.

This is a public blog. Those leaving a comment on any post on this blog or entering a piece of artwork into a linky do so in the knowledge that their name and blog link are visible to all who visit this blog and in so doing have published their own personal details and consented to my use of that personal information should they be selected as a winner or to accredit work.