Simply Amazing Pan Pastel Card Tutorial | Isha Gupta

Friday, December 30th, 2016

Hello Everyone!

It’s Isha and today I am sharing a card using the “Make Amazing Happen” collection. I love these flowers because they are wonderful to do various techniques with. As you know, the new FSJ catalog has some yummy Pan Pastels and I just simply had to use them!

pan pastel card

Here’s step by step how I made it!

∴ Apply a little light blue pan pastel to the whip cream mat layer.

pan pastel sponge

∴ Stamp the big flower using watermark ink and apply pan pastel to it, using the small tool.

∴ Stamp the flower onto a post-it paper and fussy cut. We will use this as mask.

∴ Mask the flower and stamp it twice using the watermark ink. Apply pastel.

pan pastel card steps

∴ Stamp the leaves and apply silver pan pastel.

∴ Stamp the smaller flowers and apply yellow and orange pastel.

∴ Flick some black ink onto it. Let dry.

pan pastel up close

∴ Die-cut the mat layer using the pierced rectangle dies.

∴ Stamp the sentiment onto a strip of vellum. Adhere to the mat layer.

∴ Adhere the mat layer to the card.

Supplies:

Amazing Blooms Stamp/ Die Combo

Be Amazing Stamp/ Die Combo

Make Amazing Stamp/ Die Set

Pierced Rectangle Die Set

Fun Stampers Journey Products

Whip Cream Cardstock

Journey Liquid adhesive

Journey Silver Pan Pastel

Party Pop Pan Pastel

 

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  • Pat Sakrismo

    Love the use of vellum. Very pretty card. Happy New Year!

  • Eva Bussom

    Gorgeous card! TFS

  • Ann Paull

    Great technique. Like blending/shading colors with the pan pastels. The overlawith vellum adds to the blending of color.

  • Sheree Dilley

    Love this card – it is beautiful. I really enjoy hoth the RG and Fun Stampers Journey products!

  • Sheree Dilley

    Love this card – it is really beautiful. I really enjoy both the RG and Fun Stampers Journey products.

  • Kren Kurts

    I’m putting Pan Pastels on my wish list. I love what they can do. I love this Amazing card!

  • Lori Fox Manicho

    I have not yet tried pan pastels, must add to wish list! Love the card and the colors!