Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Day 13: Dancing in the Pale Moonlight by Nan!

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

We are super excited to be participating as a Wicked Blogger in the seventh 31 Days of Halloween blog hop hosted by Smeared Ink!  We are featuring spooktacular Halloween or Day of the Dead inspired creations every single day for 31 days straight and we are half way through week 2 already!  If you joined the hop from the beginning then you got here from DominoART and your next stop is Susan.  If you just popped in to visit us today and would like to start from the beginning then the blog roll is over there in the right sidebar!  For more info about this hop and how to win prizes see Terra's blog.

Carmen's Veranda is proudly sponsoring Smeared Ink's Scavenger Hunt prize today! You can win a $10 spending spree to Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda!
Good Luck!

pssst...we are having a World of Borders sale!
Various borders up for grabs, some for as little as a $1!  

LCDesigner Nan is back today to delight and fright you all with a creeptastic mixed media project featuring
Lost Coast Designs Dancing Skeletons.
Can you tell that these faBOOlous skellies are an LCD fave, LOL ;0)
Besides all the fabulous prizes up for grabs in the hop with Smeared Ink don't forget we are also having a Halloween party of our own!  We currently have 3 faBOOlous activites for you to enter and 3 spooktacular prizes you can win!   All our current events and challenges are listed below so I hope we've inspired you to come and join the fun!

Enter your spooktacular creations in BOO! our linky party HERE to
win a $15 spending spree to LCD/CV! 
You can also enter our first LCD/CV Facebook Challenge currently taking place on both of our FB Pages, Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda!
Click on over, read the pinned posts and enter  
Challenge #1 Something Wicked this Way Comes!

As well as our current monthly blog challenge
Our Challenge prize is based on amount of entries received & you can enter as many times as you want so tell all your friends and come and play with us ;0)
 Please make sure you read our blog event & challenge rules & our Facebook rules to ensure you qualify to win!
Thank you for hopping with us today, see you again tomorrow!

Leigh S-B
LCD/CV DT Leader


  1. Love your project Nan, great dancing skellies, love the colouring and the embossed texture!

  2. I love this dancing Skelly stamp - I bet this is what they do every Halloween!

  3. Those dancing skellies are my fave, too! Great night sky and the texture and details on the frame are amazing. xxD

  4. Dancing skeletons? OH YEAH!! Thanks for sharing. Patricia B

  5. Love the carefree dancers beautiful piece. Happy Day 13

  6. Fantastic piece today! Love those dancing skeletons.

  7. Looking goooood! Love the image and texture you have created is brilliant ... and bling, have to love the bling.

  8. Thanks ladies :) Yes, we do love those Dancing Skeletons don't we? LOL You just have to love the joy they seem to express!

  9. Love the blues and the skellie is fast becoming my fav xx

  10. Gorgeous, Nan - and I am now singing "Dancing in the Moonlight"...

  11. I love the dancing skeletons too.
    they look like they are having such fun - not moping around like they usually do.
    Great project. that spider is awesome.

  12. Love these skeletons, great make Nan.

  13. Love the dancing Skellies... great colors and composition... the title reminds me of a camp song we sang.... by the pale moon light!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  14. Wonderful project Nan. I have tons of those little beaded necklaces. Now I know how to use them!
    That $1 border sale is calling my name!


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