Friday, 15 June 2012

PanPastel at Scrap THerapy

Here's another LO with the use of PanPastel :P
( Paige in a mid-air turn)
Use a sponge to lay a large amount of colour on a page which can be helpful to either diffuse the pattern or to highlight colour of the background paper. Here I've used Raw Umber (780.5)
Hint - if you arent into paint or mists...
PanPastel is handy to use for blocking colour as there is no drying time and it can be controlled where its applied.

After colour-blocking with the brown, swipe a strip of Chrom. Oxide Green (660.5) vertically downwards to create a shadow for the photo
And you know how much I love this little Prima Brick Stamp, so keeping the plastic on the back of it and press it into Phthalo Blue (560.5) pan and stamp on the page.....
One of the things I love to do is create a little more depth - so with the bricks, using a white pen, scribble little rectangles inside each brick :wink:
With the very background paper- blue...(WRMKs Anthologie Medley) is used as a frame for the yellow music page on top (WRMKs Anthologie Defined)... I usually cut out the middle as its not seen and it does take some weight out of the LO. With the middle, it often become useful - and on the reverse side are little leaves that are cut out and put to the Prima Flowers to give an nice finish. (ooh and distress the papers too with Tim Holtz Distresser)
Also used are:
Yellow Trim
Terracotta coloured Trim
Red Alpha
Flowers are Prima 'Camille' but the colour is sold out at Scrap Therapy
here are other 'Camille Flowers' that are similar En Francais, Sun Kiss

Hope to see you over at SCRAP THERAPY



Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS!! I loveeeeeeeeeee that photo, the flowers, the background technique!!! You are amazing Mandy!!

Lisa said...

Hi there! Well, it has been such a long time since I've had time for blogging. But...I'm back. Thought I would say hi and let you know how much I've missed your blog. Love this layout by the way...absolutely gorgeous!!! -Lisa

Lea said...

First of all what a fantastic photo! Thanks for sharing the background technique, it looks amazing!!!

Cathy said...

ADORE your LO Mandy.. the background looks fantastic and what an amazing photo of your daughter!! Thanks for the fab tutorial! :))

Dora said...

Beautiful lo, and love that picture!

Lizzyc said...

This looks amazing, so much work going into the back ground for a wonderful look!! love it!

Adriana B said...

such a wonderful page , beautiful techniques, have a great week :)

glorygirl said...

Awesome tutorial, Mandy! Thanks so much for sharing the process! I've been very curious about PanPastels. It's great to see a little more about them here!

myriammg said...

the picture is fantastic, your LO so amazing and bright ! and I love your use of pan Pastels !
hugs from france