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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Go Grungy at PanPastel UK

Good morning and a very happy Easter to you all. We haven't got anything exciting planned, just a scrummy lunch and then eating lots of chocolate - sounds like a good plan to me lol. Anyway back to business and we've got a new challenge starting over at PanPastel UK and this time our theme is 'Go Grungy'. You don't have to use our products to enter and our lucky winner will receive a fab prize of goodies from Premium Craft Brands!


I've altered a littel canvas using Maimeri Gesso, Light Modelling Paste with a Dutch Doobadoo stencil. I've added some colour with PanPastels in shades of brown with a little copper and gold here and there. The stamps are from Indigo Blu, coloured and distressed with PanPastels and then layered up and attached with a memo pin.

I've made a flower using a stamp from Chocolate Baroque, stamped on to card painted with Maimeri Bronze acrylic paint (my absolute favourite colours, its gorgeous). I've popped a glass cabochon in the centre. I've added paper flowers, a seam binding bow, some die cuts, pearls and a pen nib to finish off.

I'm entering this project in the following challenges:
Artistic Stamper: embossing and texture
Craftitude: anything goes or Spring
Crafty Cardmakers: floral profusion
Everybody Art: anything goes
Love to Create: Vintage romance
Stamplorations: Stamps plus your favourite technique 
Tuesday Throwdown: vintage/shabby chic
(I think using stencils for texture is one of my all time favourite techniques)

Thanks so much for visiting today, hope to see you again soon
Claire xx

16 comments:

  1. Claire this is fab! So much to look at!
    Hugs
    Anj
    xx

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  2. Your grunge is gorgeous Claire, it has a very vintage feel to it.

    Sue xx

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  3. This is absolutely gorgeous, Claire, lovely texture and an interesting choice of colours to go with these stamps which are favourites of mine. Your work is always so lovely,

    Lucy x

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  4. Wow Claire this is just gorgeous!! I love everything about it,and the floral arrangement has real pizzazz!

    Thank you for sharing with us

    Lin
    Crafty Cardmakers and More

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  5. This is gorgeous - glad I'm not the only once who has a 'crush' on Mr Darcy (Colin Firth - my fave!) Thanks for joining us at Love To Create this week.

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  6. stunning Claire - this is wonderful xx

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  7. Thanks for popping by Tuesday Throwdown to enter your lovely creation - have a blessed day - Gail DT - A new challenge starts on Tuesday - come on by!

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  8. beautiful Claire and that sentiment is to die for ... brilliant x x x

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  9. Gorgeous canvas!
    Thank you for joining our Vintage Romance Challenge at Love to Create this week.
    Ruza, LTC Admin/Designer
    Ruza's Craft Corner

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  10. Beautifully done. Love the texture. Glad you kept your gorgeous embellishments to one side so it shows. Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Throwdown. Good luck.
    Debi DT TT

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  11. Fabulous colors, texture and design Claire.

    Hugs Diane

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  12. That texture looks fabulous Claire! Thanks for sharing your wonderful artwork with us at The Artistic Stamper.
    Alison x

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  13. Very nice project. The style is beautiful.

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  14. Fabulous!!! I'm a huge P&P fan, so just LOVING this!!! Hugs Juls

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  15. Beautiful flowers and a stunning canvas! Thank you playing at CCM&M. Cindy

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  16. Lots of Victorian goodness going on on your canvas. Wonderful sentiment too! Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations this month.

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Thanks for taking the time to look at my blog, all your comments are really appreciated

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