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Monday, 13 August 2012

Pan Pastels - Create A Scene

It's time for another challenge on the Pan Pastels blog, and this week they are asking for us to Create A Scene. My card that I've made also cover the challenge on the Craft A Scene blog this month, which is Anything In The Great Outdoors (this will be my second entry this month). This week I actually used my Pan Pastels, I read the article in the Papercrafts Inspirations magazine this month, and had a play. I really liked the effects that I've got. I started with an A5 piece of white card and added the Pan Pastels, blending slightly between the different colours. Then with Stampscape stamps added my scene with black Memento ink, I took the ink off of the stamp where it looked as though it reflected in water. Next with a rubber I removed a little of the blue in the sky to try and get the look of wispy clouds, and also took the pan pastels from the rocks and the log cabin. I then coloured the rocks and the cabin with promarkers. The deer are from a set that I bought from Flower soft. I then trimmed the scene and popped it onto a green A5 card base. To finish I added a sentiment from Stampscapes. Finally I gave everything a light spray with some hair spray to seal it.



Thank you for taking the time to look. Your kind comments are always appreciated.

Sue

9 comments:

  1. Oooh I love this! Great composition and the bright new sky are wonderful. Thanks for joining us again at Craft a Scene. NancyD

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  2. This is beautiful Sue, superb blending with your Pan Pastels. Love the stamps too. Pan Pastels are on my list and hoping to see them demoed next weekend.
    Christine xx

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  3. Wow, this is amazing Sue.....how clever are you?! I must get practicing with my Pan Pastels!

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  4. Wow Sue beautiful again. Great work with the Pan Pastels, I still need to get mine out (more time this Fall). I love this one too ! Have a great day, Shirleyx

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  5. Beautiful work Sue and fabulous colouring and shading.

    It's great to see you at Craft a Scene challenge this month, thanks so much to joining in.

    B x

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  6. Hi Sue, wow what a beautiful scene. You've given it great perspective and done a fab job with the pans. Thanks for sharing with us at PanPAstel UK
    Claire xx

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  7. hello Sue,
    this scene is beautiful!!
    greetings

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  8. I hate to overuse the word 'beautiful', but this really is...beautiful!

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  9. This is just an AMAZING scene!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Craft a Scene challenge this month.
    Nadia

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Thank you for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.