Wednesday, 20 March 2019

20 Past Frank and Other Stories + A Giveaway

Hello.  Welcome.  I am over on the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity today playing with shrink plastic and the gorgeous Frank.

I was planning to make one pendant, but I was just having too much fun!!  I used Carmen's Veranda Frankenstein and Dice Background and Lost Coast Designs Brunhilda and PMC Circle Frame stamps.  The metal findings are all from

Hop over to the blog for all the details and close ups of the gorgeous Frank.

Link up your stamped Round and Round makes, or stamped makes featuring round things for a chance to win Lost Coast dollars.  Lost Coast Designs is sponsoring the March Penny Black and More Challenge where the theme is Circles, so link up there as well for another chance to win.....

For a chance to win one of these three pendants (chain not included) leave me a comment on the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity blog telling me which Frank you like the best, and one on the facebook fan group post to say you did that, and I will pick one lucky person and announce the winner on the 5th April. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at


  1. Something really different Gail, shrinkie is such fun isn't it and this creation is great, thanks so much for joining in with our 'Use a Favourite' theme at Allsorts challenge this week.

    B x

  2. Wow, they look fab, thanks for joining us at Allsorts . Xxxx

  3. Such a cool project! Thank you for entering our challenge at Allsorts with your favourite stamp

  4. This is such a fantastic creation! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)

  5. Frankie looks so cool an fun, loving the fab metal pieces. Thank you for joining Dream in Darkness Challenge, I hope to see you again in May.

  6. You shrank Frank??? Thank you for sharing at Dream In Darkness.


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