Good morning, wooo hoo its challenge time and our new theme is
Bold and Bright
You don't have to use PanPastels to enter but of course we love it when you do! Our lucky winner will receive a beautiful mask and a PanPastel too (colours may vary) so remember, you've got to be in it to win it!
Now lets see what our DT have come up with this week, we're really pleased to say that the very talented Tracy is back with us after a little break!!
I have used various PanPastels to achieve the background (Turquoise,Phthalo Blue,White,Magenta and Permanent Red) Masking off the moon .
So happy to be back here with the girls and playing with my Pan Pastels on an 8x8 canvas. To create the background, I covered the whole canvas with old book pages adhering them with Maimeri Matt Gel first, followed by a quick swipe of a Versamark clear ink pad then applying lots of layers with Pan Pastels, stamps and doodles.
Yvonne - A bright and bold tag using Crafters Companion Spray and Sparkle to fix the Pans.
I have made a clock canvas this week. used my pan pastels to create a background on my canvas and then added layers of texture using PCB stencils with Maimeri gloss gel, Maimeri irredescent paste and Maimeri white acyrilic paint. I then over stamped using the fab PCB stamps. My clock numbers (!) were made by first creating a background (with my pan pastels, distress inks and PCB stamps) and then cutting the background up to fit small frames.
Terry I had loads of fun with a Canvas, I made the background with lots of PanPastels, Red, White, Blue, Yellow and Metallic PanPastels. The Hearts are made with the Board from Dutch Doobadoo. And on top I worked with Crackle Accents and Iridescent Paste, mixed them together to see what they would do. And to make the shapes on the background I used the Sofft Angle Round Sponce. And
Anjie - I have made this canvas by firstly covering it all in white Gesso to give it a base. I then covered it with a light covering of the orange Pan Pastel. I then made my own circle mask my punching different sized circles into a piece of acetate. I then used Pan Pastels as a paint (mixed with a little water) and painted through the stencil. I then went around the edges of all the circles with a black Sharpie pen and added some white highlights with the white Gesso.
The Pan Pastels I used are:
We'll be back next week with more inspiration and we'll be announcing the winner and Top 3 from our last challenge too so don't forget to pop back!
We don't really do loads of rules here but we do have a couple so please take note:
1. No back links
2. Only 2 entries to make it fair for everyone
3. We'd love you to TRY and play along with the challenge if you can although it's not a hard and fast rule but extra brownie points are awarded to those who do.
4. The main prize can only be posted to a UK address - if the prize is not claimed within 14 days it will be offered to someone on the Top 3 from the same week.
5. You MUST be a follower of this blog to enter
The challenge will run until Saturday 23rd August and the winner and top 3 will be announced on Sunday 31st August