Good Saturday morning. Before I talk about my project I would like to announce the winner of my Pan Pastel blog candy. Congratulations to CollenB for being the 7th comment in my Random.Org drawing. Colleen please send your mailing address to email@example.com and I will get your gift in the mail to you.
ColleenB. said... Beautiful Cherub card.
I also haven't tried the Pan Pastels but sure would like to.
Thank U 4 this opp0ortunity
I cut the flowers, colored them with two different red Pan Pastels, sprayed them with a fixative to secure the powdery color on the cardstock, formed them with my stylus and molding pad and attached the flower layers with glossy accents. I added a drop of glossy accents to the flower center and sprinkled in green flower soft to finish. I cut two pieces of pine branch and formed them with the stylus to add dimension.
Here a closer view so you can see the flower soft center a little better. I love the simplicity of the green and red against the all vanilla background. You can clikc on the photo to see a much closer view.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful relaxing weekend. I sure hope to.
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