Sunday, 20 April 2014

Challenge 12 Go Grungy with Pan Pastels Challenge . . .

Happy Easter everyone, wishing you all that is good in the world today.
Time to reveal the new challenge over at
and the theme is
Go Grungy
 I had such a fun time altering a little set of MDF drawers Alex had bought me.
{ he`s a good man }
All I needed was some  . . .
Pretty papers Tim Holtz, MME
Sequins
Maimeri Matt Gel to adhere the papers, sequins down
Words typed, printed out on the computer
{ I missed out the word " away " and didn`t realise until now, lol }
Pan Pastels Black, Burnt Sienna Extra Dark, Titanium White
Metallic Pan Pastels Light Gold, Bronze, Pewter
Versamark ink pad
Tim Holtz Idea Ology Clock Keys 
I don`t have any steps by steps I`m afraid, but it`s so easy to distress and grunge up your papers with Pan Pastels.
I applied a versamark ink pad to all the edges then applied black and metallic pan pastels with a sponge.
Scuff up the papers with some sandpaper and apply more Pan Pastels until your happy.
A few handmade flowers
with words and embellies to finish.

Be sure to pop on by next Sunday to see what is hidden away in the drawers for safekeeping.

I sure hope you will join us for the challenge, remember you have 2 wks to join in the fun and be in with the chance of winning some fabulous Stash!

Just click here to be taken over to the challenge blog and see what the rest of the girls have created for you.
Till next time
Big hugs
xoxoxo

17 comments:

Julie Short said...

What treasures you could hide in this delightful box Tracy.

toni said...

This is just gorgeous! Totally love the way you have used the pan pastels in a grungy way. I have a few but haven't really got to grips with them . I think I need to get black and some metallics as I love this look.have a lovely Easter Tracey ! Toni xx

shirley-bee said...

Fabulous! Happy Easter :)

Traceyr said...

lol I thought it didn't read quite right Tracy but this chest is fabulous. I ♥ the third key and want to know what is inside.

Your hands must have been very messy once you had finished all that distressing. Super.

:)

Rebecca Daniels said...

This is super awesome! What great inspiration.

rachel said...

wonderful make Tracy - I've got a larger set of MDF drawers waiting to be done - maybe this is the time - looking forward to seeing whats inside the drawers! lol! Hugs and a happy easter to you! Rachel xx

ElizabethR said...

I love these they are fab and your spread in the scapbook magazine was brilliant, loved Spring is in the Air. Happy Easter, Elizabeth xxxx

Lou Sims said...

Fantastic altered drawers and adore the novelty handles; fab idea x x x

glitzzy said...

Absolutely love what u have done with this set of drawers from very basic to magical mystical distressed out of this world I need them lol need them nowwwww adore them so beautiful xxx

Claire said...

Hi Tracy, this is absolutely fab-u-lous! Love it and I can't wait to see what you've got tucked away in those gorgeous vintagey drawers (sounds a bit odd when I type it but you know what i mean lol)
Claire xx

Linda . J said...

Just stunning Tracy wow you are so talented.
Hugs Linda

Sue Lelli said...

This is just FABULOUS, Tracy! LOVE everything but the flowers, the words, and the key are Spectacular!

Ellie Knol said...

this is absolutely gorgeous! Have to get myself a set of these drawers to alter!

Moira Gray said...

Just gorgeous, love the papers and all the effects you have. Great work.

Moira xx

Mandi said...

Wow I love this well done Tracy!

butterfly said...

Wow, wow and wow again - this is absolutely stunning, Tracy - heading into my top favourites list - just so perfectly grungy and distressed... this is drop dead gorgeous!
Alison xx

Annmaree of Oz said...

This is amazing, what a brilliant job you have done!