Sunday, November 15, 2015

Day 7 and finale of our Day of the Dead Contest!

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 now on Day 7 and the finale of our Day of the Dead celebrations!
I hope you've enjoyed seeing all the fabulous DOTD themed projects shared by my fellow LCDesigners since Oct 31st!

We have some amazing DOTD projects entered in our contest so far, thank so much for playing with us!  Our contest closes tonight at midnight PST so hurry in your entries for the chance to win a $15 spending spree to LCD/CV!  Add them to the linky collection below today's finale inspiration projects by LCDesigner Leigh.

I'm sharing 2 projects today, a fun mini tea light luminary and an altered domino trinket box!
For more info on my projects please visit my 2 blogs, LeighSBDesigns and DominoART, click on the two project links below!
Triangle Tea Light Luminary
Domino Trinket Box

 Domino Trinket Box
I used the following Lost Coast Designs stamps - large sugar skulls
Black Nose Sugar Skull, White Nose Sugar Skull,  Sugar Skull With Flower

Triangle Tea Light Luminary
I used the following Lost Coast Designs stamps
Black Nose Sugar Skull, White Nose Sugar Skull,  Sugar Skull With Flower
the lace border is part of the Picado Skull stamp
so pretty in the evening with the tea light glow
it really glows in complete darkness
Here's what it looks like in daylight!
3 sided luminary
  • You can use ANY stamp companies on your entries BUT if you use only LCD/CV stamps your entry will count as two and doubles your chance at winning the prize!
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  • Submission must link directly to your project, not just your blog home page
  • Include our event info and link in your blog post 
  • No backlinking to old projects published prior to the start of the contest
  • Please leave us a comment after you link up, we do love hearing from you!
  • No limit on how many times you can enter
  • No limit on how many events or challenges you can combine ours with
  • You may enter our events and Challenges even if you don't have a blog.  Upload your project to a photo sharing sites or personal Facebook accounts, and set the privacy setting to "Public", include the name of the event or Challenge in your photo description!  Please note that if the DT needs to sign up to see your project or leave a comment then your entry will automatically be disqualified so please make sure to share from a public site!
Now it's your turn to show us your Day of the Dead projects!

Mark your calendars because the Christmas festivities will soon be here!
Join us for our upcoming A Carmen's Christmas Contest in December and a new Facebook based Challenge will be starting soon too so follow our blog and stay to play ;0)
 Please make sure you read the rules pertinent to each event and challenge to ensure your entries qualify to win!

Thank you for visiting with us today and see you again very soon for our Day of the Dead Contest Winner announcement!

Leigh S-B
LCD/CV DT Leader


  1. It has been amazing and fun to see all the incredibly talented projects for DOTD contest from your DT. Leigh - WOW - your imagination has not bounds - these are wonderful today. It's obvious that you all have a firm hold on your "portal of creativity". j.

    1. What a wonderful compliment! Thank you so much Joi, that is really sweet of you to say, I appreciate it so much :0)

  2. Oh I am so sad I have not been around this week. I have missed amazing talent!
    I will catch up when I can. You ALL never fail to inspire and awe me.

  3. Love your luminary! It needs to be at my house LOL xx

  4. Love the trinket box, especially the "lid"


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