This is my first official post on this lovely Lost Coast Designs Blog. I met Linda a couple of weeks ago on a stamping event in Holland. We had a nice chat and since that day I am going to create as many as possible Lost Coast Artwork for you.
The background I made with acryllic paints and templates. The red heart I cut from a piece of scrap paper with paint on it. Hope you like it, thanks for watching and hope to see you again on this blog:)
If you would like to know more about me and my artsy crafty work please visit my blog.
Happy Friday Folks! Here is a fun card idea for your weekend!
Wizard of OZ stamps: Lost coast designs, Quote: Dolly Parton
I used the Wizard of OZ stamps from Lost Coast Designs that feature the precious illustrations from the original book. I did not use many supplies for this card and I bet you can make do with what you have too to make something like it! Watch the video for tips and hints on masking, embossing and coloring!
If you want to download the free sheet of Dolly Parton Quotes I mentioned in the video you can here. Happy crafting!
Today I would like to share with you this "Chalkboard/Zentangle" style card that I made using the wonderful "Loast Coast Designs" stamps.
set of stamps come as a sheet of red rubber stamps with all these
"doodle" words to be used separate or together...I love how the words
are "Zentangle" style too!
see my Pinterest board in "Zentangle"
I decided to use the entire sheet and do not cut the words and use the sheet as a background!
I stamped a second time the words in white paper and only use the word "create" and place it on top of the background.
The feather was stamped in acetate paper, with white "Stazon" Ink and as for the crown I added glossy accents to make it shine!
Ok my friends I hope you can check out LCD website, there are very new stamps added to the website!!!
And Great news for us Californians, LCD is coming to town, they will be here on May 2nd at the "The Original Rubber Stamp Festival", Sacramento, California, so mark your calendars and stop by the booth to say Hi!
Hi everyone! Leslie here, sharing another pair of note cards I created with some pretty amazing Lost Coast Designs stamps. I used the emboss resist technique with the Shrubbery stamp and three distress inks to create the backgrounds, and the Grow stamp from the Dictionary Words set to create the sentiment block.
For more details on these note cards, please see my blog post at Love To Scrap!
Today is all about the cuteness. I stamped the Doll Border on pretty pink/peach CS and cut into different size pieces to make these Oh So Cute Cards.
For more info and pic's, see the full post on my blog Dreaming and Creating. I made a bunch of cards with this so cute stamp. I will share two others later in the week. Have a great weekend!