Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Coffee with Dali

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!  Gail here today.
Thanks to everyone who enter out Ladies Night challenge.  We really appreciate your support.
For the last part of the month we are going to turn our sights to the men.
Link up your stamped masculine makes for a chance to win.  The team are busy filling the blog with fabulous inspiration and here's my take on The Man Cave challenge...
I've used Lost Coast Designs Leaves Background and Travel Quotes and
Carmen's Veranda Salvador Dali stamp.
 

I stamped Salvador Dali on a scrap of kraft card with black archival ink, masked and stamped the leaves background with carnation archival.
I cut using Stamplorations cup die and added some white gel pen highlights.  I used a red Promarker to edge the die cut, and later I also went round with a black Promarker.


I stamped the leaves background with dandelion archival on glossy white card, just cos it was the first piece of white I found, and sometimes you gotta try these things......


 I left a white border when I cut the panel and edged with yellow and orange Promarker.  I used the cup die and cut some black craft foam to give the cup a bit more dimension.  I used the TRAVEL and WANDERLUST stamps from the travel quotes set and brown archival and stamped them randomly around the background.  Then I stamped the sentiment, also from the travel quotes set and added it to the card.

'Try everything once, then try it again somewhere else'
 
Thanks for visiting.  Don't forget to link up your masculine makes for a chance to win.

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