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Monday 13 October 2014

Autumn Inspiration from PanPastel UK

Hi there everyone, my goodness what a weekend - I won't moan as i'm sick of hearing myself moaning but hopefully all internet problems, kids playing up etc etc is sorted out so better late than never here is my project for our Autumn inspiration challenge at PanPastel UK.
As always there is some fab crafty stash up for grabs for our lucky winner so pop over for all the details!

I created a little scene using my PanPAstels and copier paper masks, I've used the gorgeous new Coarse Black PanPastel Medium for the sky, this new PanPastel is amazingly sparkly - hard to take a pic but looks fab! The stamps I've used are from Indigo Blu, I've added some texture to the tree with Maimeri Light modelling paste dabbed on with the end of a paint brush and then coloured with Gold Coppe, Yellow Green Shade and Permanent Red Extra Dark PanPastel.

I've layered the scene up over some kraft card embossed with the A4 leaves stencil from Your Creativity Store and then coloured with PanPastels. I made a flower and some leaves, again using the same PanPastel colours. I've added a little paper pine cone, some berries and a button and a bow.

I'm entering this in the following challenges:
Artistic Inspiration: anything goes/ make your own background
Kitty Bee: dies/punches
Sister Act: anything goes
Wags'n'Whiskers: fall colours

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


  1. Just gorgeous Claire,love the

  2. fabulous autumn card, and that leaf arrangement is stunning!
    Kim x

  3. Claire, this card is beautiful, I love how you've designed it it is so creative!
    Amelia xx

  4. Is this a card? It looks like a work of art to me! fabulous! x

  5. Just wonderful Claire! I just love all your rolling green hills of grass and trees! Your sky is fantastic, wow! What a great scene you built! love it, hugs :)


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