04 August, 2017

Flash Back Friday: Pan Pastels





Today I am focusing on the versatility of Pan Pastels. We are the first Direct Sales crafting company to offer a crafting collaboration such as this. PanPastels are an artist quality soft pastel that comes in a uniquely designed pan tray. PanPastelsare a dry color application that applies like a fluid paint. Each color pan offers a concentrated pigment color that stays true to color even when exposed to light and are fully erasable. These unique qualities offer countless color palette combinations when mixed together. The Fun Stampers Journey PanPastels are individually packaged in four color family combinations.Each color combination comes ready to use with its own Sofft Tools. We offer 4 color pallets in addition to 3 individual add-ons of gold, silver and the colorless blender.














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Cards
Backgrounds/Coloring

Pan Pastels are very versatile.








Simply Amazing Pan Pastel Card Tutorial | Isha Gupta
Here’s step by step how I made it!



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!

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

∴ 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.

∴ 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.

∴ 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.





Tutorial Originally Posted on RG Website: HERE








1 comment:

  1. Pan pastels are one of my favourite art mediums. There is a lot more room for error and ease of use compared to paints, but not as limiting as some other mediums.

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