Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Challenge #34 Black and White - Midway Inspiration

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!

Good morning!
I'm hoping that March is going great for you and that spring is in the air in your part of the country.  Here at the Portal, things are coming up Black and White!  Yes, it's time for some mid-month inspiration to get those creative juices flowing and help you come up with some really awesome art.



Our LCDesigners are back and they have more wonderful inspirational art to share with you and to give you that little nudge that you might need. If you are just joining us, click HERE for all the info on this month's challenge and to also submit your entries by midnight PST March 25th.

PAULA created this wonderful Doll Collage using elements from the Doll Accessory Set, Black Flourish, the Bishop from the Chess Set, Loopy Calligraphy, and Diamond Border and Circle Tiles Border stamps.
MARILYN created this ATC using one of the circles from the NEW 5 Circles set, ATC Gothic Text, and several words from Miscellaneous Words.

Are you up for the challenge?  Submit your entries HERE by midnight PST on the 25th.
Don't forget, our next challenge will start on Monday, April 3rd.

Happy Stamping!
Challenge Host


  1. Your art doll is very cool Paula. Love your ATC Marilyn. Very classy in black and white. Hugz

  2. You are so kind with the encouraging words, ionabunny--thanks so much for checking in. We're excited to see your black & white awesomeness!


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