Monday, 15 April 2019

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi, I'm over at Magenta with a couple of  Pan Pastel cards, come on over and find out how I created them.

Daisy - Large
Galaxy Cluster

Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb White, Mixed Media, Black
Ink: Versamark, Archival, Distress Oxides
Accessories: MISTI, Pan Pastels, Distress Oxides, White acrylic paint pen, coloured pencils.
Techniques: Pan Pastels, Distress Oxides


  1. These cards are stunning , Christine. My favourite the orange one, beautiful contrasts!

  2. Such beautiful cards. Your use of Magenta products is very distinctive. I love the layout of the graphics on your cards. The white cloud of butterflies looks amazing against the background of your flowers. Two stunning cards.
    Happy Easter, Christine!
    BożenA xoxo

  3. Both beautiful, Christine. Great contrast... bold and bright on the first, and soft and subtle on the second. x

  4. Wonderful creative cards and thank you for the inspiration and using the pan pastels in different ways x. Your cards are both unique and so striking x

  5. Don't go making me want the Pan Pastels now, Christine. I've been trying to resist them, even though I dearly love the way they look. These are some beautiful cards!

  6. Oh, I love these! I actually have some pan pastels. I usually use them for adding color to the edges of papers. I see they can be used for a whole lot more. I am always amazed by the ideas you have.

  7. Two beautiful cards Christine. Love all the different products and techniques you use in your work. These have turned out amazing! xx

  8. I need to try using my Pan Pastels again - I've never really mastered them. These two cards are beautiful!

  9. Two more treats for us, Christine! I love how you use the pan pastels and the DOX background is soft and perfect for the silhouette flowers and script!

  10. Both cards are so beautiful, Christine! I don't have Pan Pastels, but you make me want to get them! :-)
    Hideko xx

  11. Beautiful colour blending with the pastels Christine!