Thursday, June 16, 2016

Day 3 of MEN & BOYS: "I'm a Lover not a Fighter" card by Nikki!

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!
Hello Portal Peeps!
 We are celebrating the Men and the Boys this week as we countdown to Father's Day!
We've got daily LCDesigner projects with a masculine theme sure to suit any taste and style!
We'd love for you to share your masculine inpsired projects with us too and
from our vast collection of stamps that work for the masculine theme!  
Pop on over to Lost Coast Designs OR Carmen's Veranda and check out all our categories.  

Here's what you need to do to win!
  • Create a masculine inspired project using stamps from any company and enter it in the linky HERE!
  • If you use our stamps then your entry counts as 2 and doubles your chances of winning!
  • After linking up please comment on the Day 1 post and let us know which stamp you'd love to win and why!
  • Please read over our Event/Challenge RULES to ensure your entry qualifies to win! 
  • Enter your projects by midnight PST on June 19th!
  • Most importantly...HAVE FUN!
 Now for Day 3's project!
LCDesigner Nikki is sharing a wonderful card today featuring Lost Coast Designs Boxer and one of our 2 Cityscape stamps! 
 Thanks for visiting with us today, we hope you are getting inspired and creating wonderful cards for the guys in your life?  Share them with us, we'd love to see them!  See you tomorrow for Day 4!

 Happy Stamping!
Leigh S-B
LCD/CV DT Leader


  1. Has that bloke lost a hand?? Bit gory but pretty cool. Hugz

  2. Haha love it, great background and sentiment xx

  3. Ooooh blood oozing from the lost hand, very creative!


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