Thursday, October 6, 2016

Day 6 of 31 Days of Halloween: A Trio of Spooky Candles by Darlene!

Welcome 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!

Day 6 already of the

31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop!

If you're just joining us for the first time today then here's the scoop!  We're thrilled to be playing as a Wicked Blogger in the annual 31 Days of Halloween blog hop hosted by Terra of Smeared Ink fame...THX Terra for doing it again for us this year!  Thank you to everyone for hopping with us and leaving us your wonderful comments each day, they are truly appreciated! 
 The LCDesigners are working hard over their crafty cauldrons cooking up SPOOKTACULAR eye candy for you to feast your eyes on for 31 days straight!  Hop along the blog roll over there in our right sidebar all month long for lots of Halloween goodness!

Enter your Halloween projects in our

 October Challenge


Everyone participating in the hop and hopping along....we invite you to enter all your Halloween projects in our October Challenge which ends October 31st at 5 to midnight so you'll be safe in doors at the strike of midnight!  You don't have to use Lost Coast Designs stamps to play in any of our activities but if you do then your entry counts as TWO!

TWO PRIZES up for grabs!

We are giving away TWO PRIZES this month so enter your rubber stamped projects in the Challenge Linky located at the bottom of the DAY 1 of 31 DOH POST for the chance to win LCD/CV Bucks to spend in our Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda stores!  The more entries the better the prizes so round up all your friends and join the most clawesome party of the year!   We do have some RULES so please make sure you check them out to ensure your entries are eligible to win!  

We have NEW stamps!

We unveiled some new Lost Coast Designs stamps this month and the LCDesigners will be featuring them all month long so you'll get to see them in action!   Pop on over to the Lost Coast Designs site and add them to your collections! 

A Trio of Spooky Candles by LCDesigner Darlene

Darlene has three creep-tastic decorative candles to share today!  Gaze upon their mesmerizing light at your own peril as they are guaranteed to burn holes in your hearts with the desire to create your own....don't say I didn't warn you!  mwahahaha!
On the tallest candle Darlene used Lost Coast Designs Persian Skull and Crows Border.
On the medium candle she used Lost Coast Designs Raven with Tree Branches.
On the smallest candle she used Lost Coast Designs Skull Crown.
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity is a CRYPT KEEPER again this year!
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We hope you'll Stay and Play and leave us lots of love each day!
See you again tomorrow!
Happy Hopping!

Leigh S-B
The Sharpie Domino Queen
LCD/CV DT Leader


  1. oh wow! I love your beautiful spooky candles. You have inspired me to try this :)

  2. I've made some candles like this but never
    used Halloween designs. Have to remedy
    that. the pictures would look wonderful
    in the glow of the candle.
    thanks for sharing.

  3. Awesome candles! I really want to try this, they look fab - especially with the skelly hand!

  4. Those candles are awesome! I need to make some.

  5. Who doesn't love candles and these are just perfect for Halloween night to scare away the kiddies! haha

  6. WOW these are AWESOME candles... love how the images are illuminated! Great for the haunting season!


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