Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Coloured with PanPastels

As promised here is the card I made yesterday using PanPastels to colour the image.
I decided I wanted to try these wet with a brush to see if you can colour a stamped image, I was looking for my Sansador but it was downstairs, so laziness kicked in and I decided to use baby oil, went to the bathroom cabinet and there was none,so still being lazy I decided to try Avon SSS bath oil- I was only gonna play to see if it worked so stop laughing, I can hear you!
Anyway, this is the result of my first attempt, not too bad me thinks.
I used turquiose, burnt sienna, black, yellow to mix the colours.
I shaded the edges with turquois and a sponge while still in the cutting die, much easier to blend than ink.

For more ideas on how to use PanPastels have a look at Kerry's blog and there is also a new challenge blog.

Thanks for looking, see you soon.


  1. Hi Maria, I have joined the challenge blog and looked at the PanPastels, they really appeal to me so I think I will be getting them. Are they easy to use?

    Your card is gorgeous as always.

    Linda xxxx

  2. Hi Maria, Beautiful and Absolutley stunning card:) Sandra H

  3. Gorgeous card Maria, I've not heard of these but they look very interesting - so lol is this the result from using the sss, how very inventive and I bet it smells nice too haha! It's a fab product and has been going for years, good to hear it's still producing some new uses teehehe....keep up the good work, gonna miss u on C&C unless.....................????

  4. Lol, nothign worng with playing hun, we all do it, just some times it works, most of the time it doesnt , but occasionally it does lol,

    Lovely card,


  5. Hi Maria, your cards are always so beautiful, if I could make mine half as good I would be very happy.