Sunday, 1 July 2012

PanPastels,Tim Holtz Stamps and a Digi Butterfly


Yo ho fans
This is my  DT sample project for this weeks PanPastel Challenge 'Use a Digital Image'

The white linen card Tag is coloured using three colours of the PanPastels, Orange, Hansa Yellow and Diarylide Yellow.  They are so easy to apply, very smooth, almost like paint!
Please enter this week as you could win a trial pack of the pans supplied by our sponsor Your Creativity Store.


The stamps on this tag are from the Tim Holtz Range and the Digi Butterfly is a free stamp from the internet ... sorry, I am trying hard to find the site I downloaded it from ... I will update this post when I do.

I coloured the Butterflies using the same PanPastel colours and after cutting them out applied some white gel pen to the wings.

Finally, I swiped them over with Versamark ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder..

Have a Super Sunday and come back soon as I will be doing another post ... The launch at last, of the *Show Us Your Twinches Challenge Blog*

I use PanPastels on some of my Twinchies Samples too!
Thanks for looking today
Eileen xxx

7 comments:

  1. That butterfly goes well with the stamped ones and I like your choice of colours for this tag.

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  2. Unusual and muted tag after all your bright colours, very nice though. XXX

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  3. A lovely tag Eileen, and the digi fits in very well. I'll have to think where I filed my digi's now as I havn't used 'em for ages, and my computer filing system isn't what it should be lol x

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  4. A beautiful tag Eileen! Love the colours and the stamps you've used!

    Sarah x

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  5. Another beautiful tag Eileen. Guess what . . . I still don't own any PanPastels . . . BUT I did buy a Distress Stain and a Dylusions Ink Spray yesterday . . . . I'm gonna get inky on a Twinchie!

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  6. Beautiful tag Eileen, I love the butteflies, they look like acetate with that gorgeous embossing
    Claire xx

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  7. Such gorgeous colours and great depth to them Eileen, love the butterfly theme of course.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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