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Friday, 2 December 2011

PanPastel UK Challenge 10 - Animals

I was delighted to be last week's winner of the PanPastel Challenge. I won a PanPastel trial kit. My kit contained two colours which were Diarylide Yellow and Permanent Red.

Now this weeks challenge theme is Animals, so I decided to use the DoCrafts Woodland Folk stamp set and some free papers to match that came with Papercraft essentials magazine.

I swiped the colours across Bristol Board and blended them with one of the sponges that came with the kit. I stamped the image using Memento ink on top of this. I sponged a little bit of each of the colours onto my craft mat, sprayed with a fine mist of water, and used a very fine paint brush to pick up the colour. I then added colour here and there to the stamped image. I used a fixative spray to finish. Matted onto card covered with decorative paper, stamped greetings onto PanPastel coloured card and embellished with raffia and a wooden button. Now, when you see the card....you will notice the animals are'nt of the traditional colour...lol....this is because I wanted it to be slightly different but also because I wanted to play with my new PanPastel goodies.

I hope you like it and I am entering it into the Challenge 10 - Animals



I hope you like it and thanks for looking,
have fun and happy crafting,
lots of love NJ XX


5 comments:

  1. Ahh sweet hun love it xx nicky xx

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  2. This is gorg!! I love the look of pan pastels, you made them look well worth buying, Paula xx

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  3. Stunning card, I love the woodland folk they are some of my fav stamps and die cuts and I am itching to use the freebies from papercraft essentials too. Love the way you have coloured the image and the design is fab. Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge blog
    Lindsay xx

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  4. Aah, they are so cute. Lovely card Nicky.

    Catherine x

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  5. Love these wee guys NJ. Really like what you've done here. x x

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