Sunday, 3 November 2013

WK 44 Pan Pastel Challenge Mixing Mediums

 Happy Sunday everyone, sorry I am late in getting my post up for todays 
things have been hectic here and it`s both my boys birthdays today and tomorrow . . . great planning, lol!
Anyhooo . . .
this week the team was asked to mix mediums, I love my Maimeri Mediums
BUT
we know that not everyone has or wants to do this 
soooooo
the theme for you all is
ANYTHING GOES
woohoohoo
Looking forward to seeing what you all create!!
 My project today is an idea I have been playing with to make my own mixed media Christmas Cards, yikes did I mention the C word, lol!
Out came my old book that I use to journal in and play with ideas, a quick coat of Maimeri Gesso and I was set to go . . . 
. . . Yes, I like to keep a note on the opposite page of products that I have used incase I want to recreate it.
So easy to recreate, I promise!
I did use a Palette Knife to roughly apply the mixed pastes for a rough and old feel, which I looove!
Oh and a fine black liner pen for all the doodles and scribbles . . . got to have a little doodle doodle doooo.
 So how am I going to take this and make into my Christmas cards?
I am going to re create this onto card, scan it onto the computer, play around with the size and print.
When I get it done, I will pop back on here and update with a picture.

Make sure and stop by the
Premium Craft Brand Blog to see the beeeautiful projects the rest of the Design Team created!

We have lots going on over on the blog as well . . .

Create and Craft TV Sunday 10th November at 2pm

Join Nikky with an hour of techniques and inspiration using all our lovely products including masks, stencils, pan pastels, mediums and a few new goodies too which we know you'll LOVE! 
If you don't know Create and Craft it is the UK's dedicated 24 hour Craft channel with live shows between 8 and 6pm each day (Sky 671, also on Freeview and you can watch online at www.createandcraft.tv)  If you have any questions you can email into the studio and ask Nikky and also go in the spotty potty for a chance to win something she makes on the show!
 PLUS
 In the candy is a fantastic Pan Pastel set including a palette tray and Sofft Tools, 3 Maimeri Mediums and Gesso. 2 Stencils/Masks and 4 Stamp sets (A6) - all fantastic products you will love and use over and again!
You still have time to enter this brilliant candy, just hop on by the blog for all the details on how to enter

Before I head off folks to celebrate my youngest Birthday . . . he is 20yrs today, woohoo . . .
Thank you again for all the love and comments you have left me and I will be stopping by as soon as I have the chance to thank you all personally.
Plus
I will be checking all the comments and Picking the two winners for . . .
1st prize -2 Itty Bitty Unity Stamps of the winners choice
2nd Prize - the winner of my Unity Stamp Grab Bag of goodness

Catch you all soon
enjoy your day 
Big hugs
XOXOX

List of Materials -
 
Looking for Pan Pastels in the USA

7 comments:

Zoe said...

Such a fabulous piece of art, very inspirational xx

toni said...

Wow Tracey that is fabulous and it is going to make brilliant Christmas cards, what a great idea. I love the way you make notes. Not only do they make a really good reference, they also look great ! Hope you've been having lots of birthday fun best wishes toni xx

Claire said...

wow this is fab Tracy, love that rustic background and the tree looks amazing
Claire xx

butterfly said...

Really gorgeous... you're definitely making me think I'm going to have to explore Pan Pastels as a medium - stunning!
Alison x

Traceyr said...

Fantastic as always Tracy and how organised to write down the paints/equipment used on the facing page in your journal.

Love the idea you have for your Christmas cards, it will sure save some time making them all individually. Loving that twiggy star too. Did you make it?

:)

Annmaree of Oz said...

ooh those pan pastels again... very tantalising!

Beaut Christmas tree, love the words!

Glitzzynews blogspot said...

adore ur beautiful tree....wow fantastic idea to make cards with it,pan pastels have just made colours so soft and gentle luv it xx