Sunday, 8 April 2012

PanPastels and a White Gel Pen


Yo ho fans :)

The text for this post is very brief I'm  afraid.     Mmmmmm... who said " good." " We only look at the pictures anyway"!  ;)

 I'm on holiday at the moment, down on The  Romney Marsh, in Kent, in a Caravan. The weather is beautiful but the Internet signals are NAFF! I've been trying all day to post this card!

This is my sample DT card for this weeks PanPastel UK Challenge called  ''Sweet Treats''
 Please enter a  card / project, you could win a prize of a  super duper Trial Pack of the Pans. Believe me, once you  have used them you will be hooked!

 The background of this card is made from strips of white card stock, coloured with PanPastels and a few spots added here and there with my white gel pen!

 It's my take on the  'woven' look !

 The little basket of eggs is made from a Quickutz Die, again coloured with PanPastels.

 This card was very quick to make and I just love how rich in colour the PanPastels are and how smooth to apply!

See you again soon ... My crafty mate Karen and her husband, Ian, have joined us for a few days and while Ken and Ian are out bird watching and taking pictures of anything that moves, Karen and I will be in my caravan, making a huge mess with our card making gear and stuffing chocolate in our gobs!


 Thanks for looking today and have a very Happy Easter .

 Eileen xxx
 BTW  Your comments are super ... thank you so much for taking the trouble to leave them for me to read and enjoy ... I will be around your blogs in return as soon as I can .... X


13 comments:

  1. Those pan pastels really give a vibrant colour - love this unusual woven effect. You are lucky with the weather as it is grey and damp here. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

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  2. oh Hun,this is brilliant gosh love those colours,they are so effective,and that is one really amazing layout Hun so effective,have lovely holiday Hun,hugs Cherylxxxx

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  3. Grey and damp here too! But your card has cheered me up! It's so vibrant and Easter-y! LOL! xxx

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  4. A really 'sweet' card Eileen with that cute basket of eggs. I love how you created those strips of vibrant colour.
    I hope you have a lovely chocolatey Easter Sunday and continue to have a great holiday.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  5. Love the bright colours, Mary x

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  6. Damp here BUT as soon as Eileen's card comes up the day instantly BRIGHTENS up. Well done that lady, love the colours and the woven effect.XXX

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  7. Crikey Eileen what a super easter card the colours lift the spirits on this damp and dreary easter time. Have a super break... Dee xxx

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  8. Wow this is lovely, I really thought you'd used ribbon strips xxx

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  9. lovely bright card, love the pan pastels, hope you are having a great holiday weather in essex is damp and over cast

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  10. WOW, what an unusual card, so bright, i love it. Hope you enjoy the rest of your hoiliday. I,m in kent and it's been raining on and off here all day.

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  11. Gorgeous card Eileen. Hope you enjoy your holiday and have a wonderful Easter.
    Hugs
    Caz x

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  12. WOW love that colorful woven creation!
    Wish you Happa Easter,
    hugs Anja

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  13. Fab card Eileen, hope your hols were good. Have missed your blog posts. Still practicing with my PP's, getting there. Jools. xx

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