Thursday, January 12, 2017

"Alice in Winterland" - Card for Lost Coast Designs Alice event!

Hello Everyone!
A Wonderlandful adventure began today over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!
Alice has fallen down the rabbit hole again but this time she has found herself in a magical Winter Wonderland!


Enjoy our daily LCDesigner projects through to January 16th and then join the adventure!  Enter your wintery Wonderland themed projects by midnight PST on January 31st for the chance to win LCD/CV Bucks to spend on rubber at Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda!

We have a wonderlandful collection of Alice in Wonderland stamps in our Lost Coast Designs store, you'd be MAD if you didn't dash on over to check them out😊

 
I'm kicking off the adventure today with an accordion fold double window card.  I had an absolute blast designing this one and I hope you enjoy seeing it as much as I enjoyed creating it 😉

Featuring the following stamps:

Lost Coast Designs
"Alice" from the Alice, Tweedles and Alice in Chair set
"Alice and Griffin" from the Alice, Dodo and Griffin set
"Alice" from the Alice and the Queen and Sitting Queen set
"Cheshire Cat" from the Rabbits, Cat Face, Hatter, Rabbit with Watch set
"Perspective Floor"
Various Snowflakes from the Small and Large Snowflake sets  

Carmen's Veranda
ATC Birds in Tree
 The watercoloured background was created with Nuance water-soluable powder dyes by Magenta
 Who is Alice talking to?

She's talking to a disappearing Cheshire Cat of course 😄

Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Raven Rising" a Poe project for Delicious Doodles DT!

Hiya Everyone!
 It's time for our first Challenge of 2017 over at Delicious Doodles Challenges....we're a bit late this month but things will return to normal for February!  Our January theme is Something New!

Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19th so I decided to create with Teri's wonderful Poe colouring  page.  I'm calling this one "Raven Rising"....the Raven is like a Phoenix rising from the ashes of 2016 and carries forth the words of Poe into the new year where he will continue to live on eternal as enjoy his tales of mystery and macabre.


This wicked cool image is Delicious Doodles' Skully Poe digi colouring page.
I adjusted the size down to half of an 8.5 x 11 sheet in Photoshop CS6 and printed out the page onto Neenah solar white card stock.  The entire image was coloured with Copics and metallic gold Promarker was used on the book spines.

I think I'm going to use this piece as the cover of a DT project journal I'm going to make.

Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
 Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

"AUDities" tag book - Lost Coast Designs New Stamps Release!

Hello Everyone!
We're kicking off our 2017 events over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity's event and challenge blog with a New Stamps Release!


We are super excited to be adding these quirky new designs to our rubber stamp collections:
a set of 9 AUD Creatures joins our Lost Coast Designs Isle of Aud line and a Matador Monkey and two puppets called Kukla and Ollie join Carmen's Veranda!  Pop on over to LCPtoC to see these newbies in action!


  Using 5 of the 9 new AUD Creatures I made an "AUDities" tag book!
The tags are held together in book form with a nut and bolt and I plan to add more tag pages throughout the year!

  
I started off with 3 large white shipping tags I got from A Stamp In The Hand and applied colour using Nuance powders and a Tim Holtz water spritzer.  The AUD Creatures were all stamped with black Archival ink and then masked with Pebeo masking fluid.  I then stamped the Large Perspective Grid stamp in Peeled Paint Distress ink onto each tag.  The large grid stamp was a bit smaller than the largest tag so I drew in the grid lines with a Peeled Paint Distress Marker.  I stamped the text "Isle of AUD" using Old Typewriter Capitals only and the Old Typewriter Alphabet that consists of smaller upper and lowercase letters (plus numbers).  I fussy cut out the letters and adhered them to the cover tag with a glue stick.  I then cut the right hand edge of all 3 tags so create the staggered effect once the tag book is closed.  To make the colours on the AUD Creatures stand out more from the background I applied a thin coat of Triple Thick gloss to them with a paint brush after removing the masking fluid of course!  You can't really tell in the photos but the gloss coat deepens the colours and makes them richer and pop out more from the background.  I then edged each tag with a black marker and assembled the tag book.  This was so much fun to make!

Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Sunday, January 1, 2017

"Ride the Leaf" Inspirational project for The East Wind DT!

Happy New Year Everyone!
How many of you have declared your New Year resolutions already?   How about instead of saying you're turning over a new leaf this year and actually take that leaf and RIDE it into the New Year with a calm mind full of confidence and determination to succeed at everything you put your mind to in 2017!  Yeah!  Let's do this😉

UPDATE
Some changes are being made over at The East Wind so there isn't a January Challenge!  Stay tuned for more updates!

It's time for our first challenge of the year over at The East Wind and the theme for #70 is Anything Goes.  


Here's my inspirational project to get the new year rolling featuring our January Newsletter freebie digi called "Calm Mind" MAC0341.  I designed the layout in Photoshop CS6 and added some leaf flourishes taken from another TEW digi called, "Aurora, Kingdom of Kitties"
  
I printed out the design on Neenah solar white cardstock and coloured with Copics.
More project details to come ;0)

Come and join the fun at The East Wind...we have 2 blog challenges every month and fun challenges on on our TEW Facebook Group too!

http://www.theeastwind.com/
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Friday, December 30, 2016

"Crystal Angel" Snowflake Ornament for Lost Coast Designs DT!

Hello Everyone🎄
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and Santa was really good to you😉
It's the finale of "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" celebrations over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!  The linky party to enter your own rubber stamped Christmas or Winter themed projects is at the bottom of this POST....you have until January 6, 2017 by 5 to midnight to enter 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 festive party of the year🎉 
 
 Here's my finale project featuring Lost Coast Designs gorgeous Art Deco Angel.

"Crystal Angel" 
Snowlake Ornament

 I stamped her Onxy Black Memento Ink and coloured her with Copics in a blue and lavender colour palette and added lots of shimmer and sparkle with clear Wink of Stella and Diamond Stickles glitter glue.  I then adhered her to a hanging snowflake ornament.
 
 
Here's a closer look at her showing her true colours.
The following photos show how she transforms when hung in a window under different lighting conditions....sooooo pretty!
 
 
I just love how the snowflake shows behind the angel here, it gives it a stained glass like effect.
 
 
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Have a safe and Happy New Year!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Thursday, December 15, 2016

"Lucy Loo's Canadian Winter" TagART for The East Wind DT!

Happy Holidays!
It's time for our last challenge of the year over at The East Wind and the theme for #69 is Tag...You're It!  For this one you can add a tag to a project or create a stand alone tag or a gift tag...you get the idea!
 Here's my DT inspiration project featuring the gorgeous new TEW digi called Lucy Loo "Canadian Winter" With Background (MAC0350), there is also a version without the tree background HERE!


I used a standard sized white shipping tag for the base of my TagART project and then sized and cropped Lucy Loo in Photoshop CS6 to fit.  I printed her out twice and fussy cut out and trimmed the one print out to be the base and the other I fussy cut out just part of Lucy Loo for the 3D layer.  I then got to work on the shipping tag and embossed it with a snowflake design (Die'sire Embossalicious Christmas Elegance embossing folder).  I applied a wash of blue watercolour to the tag and then applied white Dylusions paint to the embossed snowflakes.  Once dry I applied Frosted Lace Stickles Glitter glue for some subtle shimmer.  While that dried I coloured both digi images with Copics and added ultra violet glitter glue (Studio G) and clear Wink of Stella for lots of yummy sparkle and shimmer.  I then adhered the base image to the tag with Scotch Quick Dry adhesive and punched 2 half circle notches in the lower part of the tag, wrapped lavender/white butchers twine around the tag and attached a silver metal snowflake charm.  I then adhered the Lucy Loo cut out to the tag with pop dots.  I finished off by edging the entire tag with more ultra violet glitter, added butcher's twine to the top and embellished with 3 Memory Box snowflake die cuts which I blinged up with Diamond Stickles glitter glue.
 I just adore Unky's Lucy Loo line, she's so beautiful and I thoroughly enjoyed creating this tag!
  
Come and join the fun at The East Wind...we have 2 blog challenges every month and fun challenges on on our TEW Facebook Group too!

http://www.theeastwind.com/
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

"It's a Crow Party" Re-usable Dinner Party Place Holders for Lost Coast Designs DT!

Happy Holidays Everyone!
It's getting so Christmasy over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity with our Xmas celebrations underway....see my Day 1 of It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas projects if you haven't stopped by yet!

This is also the season for lots of dinner parties and guests need to know where they are sitting so how about making some fun place holders that are re-usable by adding banners die cut from Dry Erase White Board tape by Scotch!  I made these for our new LCPtoC Challenge #31 for December...this month's theme is Party Critters!


I used the following Lost Coast Designs stamps:
Crow Party
 and
Loopy Calligraphy


I used Nuance pigment powders by Magenta to create the yummy colourful background.  I love the feeling of celebration they bring to my place holders, the burst of colours look like fireworks...perfect!  I used 3 of the newest colours to the Nuance family:  Aquamarine, Rosebud and Wisteria.  You'll notice there's some extra colours mixed in there too...that's a little surprise you can get with the powders.  Sometimes a speck of powder from another colour gets in by accident during production so you never really know what you're going to get until you start creating.  But it doesn't always happen so each time you use the powders each result will have a different effect...I think that's fun and quite magical.  You can get the Nuance powders at Lost Coast Designs too!


The crows were all stamped with Onyx Black Versafine ink and the Loopy Calligraphy background stamped with Aged Mahogany Distress Ink.  I added touches of colour to the Crow's hats with Prismacolor pencils and embellished with tiny assorted pompoms and tinsel pipe cleaners.  I used a Marvy corner rounder punch on the edges and doodled the black and white borders with Dylusions paint pens.  I made folded cards from green cardstock and adhered the everything with Scotch Quick Dry adhesive.

Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Saturday, December 3, 2016

"Layered Poinsettia" Hanging Ornament for Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda DT!

Hello Everyone🎄
Things are getting very festive over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!  We are celebrating the season throughout December and into the new year in style and sharing LCDesigner projects all month long so join us, spread the holiday cheer and enter your rubber stamped Christmas or Winter themed projects in our Xmas Linky Party at the bottom of this POST by January 6, 2017 at 5 to midnight 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 festive party of the year🎉  


 I'm kicking off the celebrations today with two projects, see my first project HERE and now here's my 2nd!
 "Layered Poinsettia"
 This multi-layered and fussy cut hanging wall ornament features the following stamps:
 Carmen's Veranda: Poinsettia Background 
Lost Coast Designs: new Loopy Calligraphy

This one involves lots of die cutting with nesting Lifestyle Crafts Quickutz inverted squares dies, stamping with black Versafine ink and a combination of Memento and Distress Inks.  The panels are edged in metallic gold for a touch of elegance and matted on die cut black cardstock.  The poinsettia is coloured with Copics, consists of fussy cut layers with a touch of clear Wink of Stella for some Christmas magic.  I added gold eyelets and embellished with a pink tassel and a gold swirl hanger.


Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

"Meowy Snowcat Christmas" card for Lost Coast Designs DT!

Hello Everyone🎄
Things are getting very festive over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!  We are celebrating the season throughout December and into the new year in style and sharing LCDesigner projects all month long so join us, spread the holiday cheer and enter your rubber stamped Christmas or Winter themed projects in our Xmas Linky Party at the bottom of this POST by January 6, 2017 at 5 to midnight 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 festive party of the year🎉  

 I'm kicking off the celebrations today with two projects and my first one features a brand new rather cool kitty to our Lost Coast Designs line, say hello to our new Snowcat...isn't he a cutie😉  He'll be up in the store soon!

I'm entering this one in my fave challenge blog dedicated just to kitties!
SUYP Challenges - Furrything Goes!

 "Meowy Christmas"
 

This winter themed Christmas card features the following stamps:
 Lost Coast Designs: new Snowcat, Large and Small Snowflakes and the sentiment is a partial of "Merry Christmas" from our Party Words set..."Meowy" was hand written.
Carmen's Veranda: Christmas Tree.
 
showing the dimension and yummy sparkle
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Holidays!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Friday, December 2, 2016

"Meowy Christmas" card for The East Wind DT!

Howzit Friends!
It's time for our new blog challenge over at The East Wind!  Here's my DT inspiration project for Challenge #68 Meowy Christmas.  Meowy Christmas has become an East Wind tradition and Unky created this new stocking kitty called "Meowy Christmas #2" for our December Newsletter freebie digi!  So totally cute!  I couldn't resist creating this Christmas card for my nephew😃

I'm entering this one in SUYP's Furrything Goes challenge!


 I flipped and adjusted the size of the image in Photoshop CS6 and printed kitty out on Neenah Solar White cardstock.  I then coloured the entire image with Copics and added highlights with a white Dylusions paint pen.  I used an embossing folder to add subtle embossed snowflakes to the surrounding background which I then treated with a watercolour effect done with blue Faber-Castel Pitt Pastel and Walnut Stain Distress Crayon and a watercolour brush.

I then made a folded card from red cardstock and adhered the image to it with Scotch Quick Dry adhesive.  Then I got down to adding lots of dimension with Inkssentials Matt Accents on the light's wire, Judikins Diamond Glaze on the lights and kitty's eyes and nose, Stickles Diamond Glitter glue on the white stocking fur and the outside edge of the entire card and clear of Wink of Stella on kitty's bow, the paw prints on the stocking, the candy cand, star and the subtle background snowflakes.
Of course the card needed a sentiment so I die cut out the letters from blue cardstock using Sizzix Easy Peasy Alphabet dies, coloured the inside of the letters with white Dylusions paint pen and lots of glitter glue action!
  
Come and join the fun at The East Wind...we have 2 blog challenges every month and fun challenges on on our TEW Facebook Group too!

http://www.theeastwind.com/
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

"Christmas Lantern" fancy shaped card for Delicious Doodles DT!

Happy December Everyone!
 It's time for our new Challenge over at Delicious Doodles Challenges and this month we challenge you to create Christmas projects using Traditional Colours!

Here's my fancy shaped card project for your inspiration featuring Delicious Doodles digi stamps, Christmas Lantern and the Robin from Jolly Holly Postbox.



  I printed the Christmas Lantern image twice and just the Robin and Holly from the Jolly Holly Postbox onto Neenah solar white cardstock and die cut out the main image with a Spellbinders die.  I coloured the entire lantern on one print out and just the top of the lantern and the bow and holly in the foreground on the second plus the Robin with Copic markers and white highlights done with a white Dylusions paint pen.  The blue background was done with a blue Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel pencil and blended with a Dove blender pen to achieve the watercolour effect.  I then fussy cut out all the pieces for the layers and adhered them in place with pop dots.  It's not Christmasy if it's not blinged up so I added clear Wink of Stella shimmer and Stickles Diamond Glitter Glue sparkle.  I used a snowflake embossing folder to create the background layer and added colour with the same blue Pitt Pastel and touches of Stickles glitter glue too.  The background and the red mats were also die cut out using the same Spellbinders nesting die set and adhered with Scotch Quick Dry adhesive.

I then turned it into a card with an easel back by using another die cut piece folded in half with a sentiment (source unknown) stamped on a piece of white cardstock which was also die cut and then cut in half to match.
 

Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
 Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

"Alice in the Looking Glass" The East Wind DT

Howzit Friends!
It's time for our 2nd blog challenge over at The East Wind!  Here's my DT inspiration project for Challenge #67 Oh So Shapely.  The challenge is to create a shaped project or use a shapely image and I created this piece called "Alice in the Looking Glass" using a faux tarnished mirror technique.


I used The East Wind digi stamp called Aurora - Mirrorina and adjusted the size of the image in Photoshop CS6 to perfectly fit the largest of the elongated oval Spellbinders die.  I printed her out on regular printer paper and coloured her with Copics with white Dylusions paint pen highlights. 


I then die cut out the image and applied two coats of Judikins Diamond Glaze.  Once dry I wet the back of the image and gently rubbed away the paper to create the decal and let it completely dry.  To create the faux tarnished mirror effect I then adhered the decal to tin foil (aluminum foil) and trimmed away the excess. 


To create my standing mirror project I then die cut out a scalloped elongated oval (Spellbinders) from black cardstock and matted the "mirror" to it.  For a touch of elegance and shimmer I painted the black scalloped edges with clear Wink of Stella and embellished the frame edge with black diamonds.  The gems came on a self adhesive strip but I wanted to create my own pattern of alternating sizes so I removed them from the strip and adhered each one in place with Scotch Quick Dry adhesive and filled in the gaps with Inkssentials Black Enamel Accents.  I then adhered the piece to a black wooden base and completed my project with paper roses adhered along the bottom edge.
  
Come and join the fun at The East Wind...we have 2 blog challenges every month and fun challenges on on our TEW Facebook Group too!

http://www.theeastwind.com/
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

"Purple at Christmas" Non-Traditional Christmas project for Delicious Doodles DT!

Hello Everyone!
It's time for our new Challenge over at Delicious Doodles Challenges and this month we challenge you to create Christmas projects either using a non-traditional image or non-traditional colours or you can do both!

Here's my alternative gothic project for your inspiration featuring Delicious Doodles digi stamps, An Emo Christmas and Holly Border.


 I merged the two digi stamps together in Photoshop CS6 and printed out the whole image and then just two of the holly corners, top left and bottom right.  I coloured everything with Copic markers and added white highlights with a white Dylusions paint pen, gold details with a metallic gold gel pen and touches of sparkle with a clear Wink of Stella pen.  I fussy cut out the main image and mounted it onto a black folded card I  made from a sheet of card stock.  I also fussy cut out the two holly pieces and manipulated the leaves to create the 3D embellishments for just the two corners.

Thanks for stopping by to see my project today! 
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

"Treasured Memories of Chrismtases Past" project for The East Wind DT!

Howzit Friends!
Christmas is coming YAY!  Christmas is my all time favourite holiday, with Halloween close behind, and I have so many treasured memories of my family singing Christmas carols while we decorated our home and our treasured Christmas Tree with treasured decorations.  So my project created for our new Challenge over at The East Wind - #66 Give Thanks for the Memories has extra meaning for me personally and our theme this month is to give thanks for our precious memories for Alzheimers Awareness month!


 As always, the first challenge of the month features The East Wind newsletter freebie and this month's is this lovely digi called Trimming the Tree!  I used the image twice, with one flipped, so I could create the scene of my precious sister and I decorating our Christmas Tree.  The images are coloured with Copics with white Dylusions paint pen highlights, adhered to red cardstock for extra stability (and to decorate the reverse too) and fussy cut out.  I then embossed a red cardstock with the snowflake design (Die'sire Embossalicious Christmas Elegance) and die cut out a center step card.


I applied white acrylic paint to the embossed design using a drybrush technique and added decorative Christmas trim to the center of the design and embellished it with a metal bow...looks like a large Christmas present doesn't it!  I coloured the laser cut "Sisters" word with a metallic gold paint pen and adhered it to the card with Scotch Quick Dry adhesive and also adhered the images in palce with Quick Dry and pop dots.  I hand wrote the sentiment with a black Sharpie marker and cut out the words.  To complete my card I added Diamond Stickles glitter glue to the fluffy areas of the Santa Hats and touches of clear Wink of Stella to the Christmas ornaments and stars.

  
Come and join the fun at The East Wind...we have 2 blog challenges every month and fun challenges on on our TEW Facebook Group too!

http://www.theeastwind.com/
Thanks for stopping by to see my project today!
Happy Stamping!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *

Monday, October 31, 2016

"Day of the Dead Angel" 3D Tree Topper - LCPtoC Day of the Dead Celebrations


 The fun over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity doesn't end with today's finale of 31 Days of Halloween as we roll straight on into our Day of the Dead Celebrations!


 Starting today through to November 2nd we will have daily offerings for the traditional 3 days of Dia de Muertos followed up with reminder posts during the rest of November too!
Everyone is invited to come and join the fun and enter rubber stamped projects in the linky party on today's post HERE!

My DOTD project today features a new addition to the Lost Coast Designs stamp line, a gorgeous Day of the Dead Angel and she's available in two sizes, 5 inches and ATC size.


I used the 5 inch version and made a 3D Angel for my black Halloween tree.


I stamped her onto Neenah solar white cardstock twice in Onxy Black Memento ink and fussy cut out one entire image and then just the flowers from the wings, the largest flower on her skirt, her skirt bustle, upper body and her halo from the 2nd.  I coloured everything with Copics and embellished her gown with red jewels.  For extra dimension and sparkle I added touches of Viva Pearl magic transparent white dimensional paint to the entire image.


To make the tree topper I cut a piece of acetate and formed a cone.  I then curved the main angel to fit the curve of the cone and adhered it in place with double sided sticky tape and adhered the fussy cut layers to the main image with pop dots.  The finishing touch is her halo which is attached to a thin strip of acetate so it floats above her head.


 Thanks for stopping by to see my project!  I hope you'll come and join me over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity with the fun never ends!

Happy Haunting!

 Leigh S-B

THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN
I design for * Lost Coast Designs * Carmen's Veranda * The East Wind * Delicious Doodles *
Leigh S-B Designs - Home of The Sharpie Domino Queen!
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