Friday, February 12, 2016

Day 5 of Valentine's Week - 3 "Lily Love" cards and "Love Borders" card by Karen!

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 in the second half of our week of Love and Sharing as we countdown to Valentine's Day.  Stop by daily for fabulous Valentine inspired projects by our talented LCDesigners!

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We're now on Day 5 and LCDesigner Karen is sharing 4 gorgeous cards today!
First up Karen demonstrates how you can get 3 different looks using the same stamp and features Lost Coast Designs Lily of The Valley Background.
"Lily Love"
"Love Borders"
Karen's 4th card features Lost Coast Designs Grunge Border 2  inch and Licence Plate Alphabet 
Thank you for visiting with us today and we look forward to reading all your reviews :0)

Leigh S-B
LCD/CV DT Leader


  1. Love all 4 cards, wonderful stamps used, great colours!

  2. You got me singing Easter songs now Karen!! Love your Lily of the Valley cards - each one has something different that I like but I think the first one is my favorite. And your Love Borders card is so elegant that it looks professionally made. You are very talented!! HAPPY VALENTINE's DAY! j.


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