FALLing for you

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Hello there...

Wanting to play along at Simon Says Stamp Flickr...I discovered I do not have one leaf stamp by this fabulous company...say what?!?

The theme is a Fall card, so I got out my handy dandy Fall Leaf stamps from Memory Box and played with my Pan Pastels.
They have been so neglected after I found watercoloring just too much fun.

I stamped the image on White card stock with VersaMark ink, then ran my little sponges of Pan Pastels onto different areas of the card. I love how any color will blend with another.
I die cut the "frames", popping the middle frame up with foam adhesive.
Die cut and stamped sentiment.

I love the rich color achieved with this medium!

Memory Box:  Maple Leaf Sunset
Simon Says Stamp:  You
Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko:  VersaMark ink, White embossing powder
Pan Pastels
Pretty Pink Posh:  Bronze sequins

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Sarah Ashley Posch said...

This is mouth-wateringly beautiful!!! I've never heard of those pan pastels, but I may have to find me some. I tried to join and follow your blog, but I see I'm already a follower!

Christine said...

I love it!!!!! Maybe I will see you around LP sometime!

Donna said...

So very lovely, Penny.
Can't wait until that gorgeous Memory a Box stamp is available for me to buy in the UK.
Lovely colours :)

Unknown said...

This is a beautiful card--particularly how the colors blend. I have never used pan pastels and am not sure what they are. I will have to look.
Hi to the puppy.
Judy Wheeler

Taunya Butler said...

*** GASP **** BEautiful and breathtakingly lovely - so full of the amazing essence and gorgeous-ness of Fall!!! You rock!!!

RitaR said...

Couldn't be lovelier!! Thank you for sharing your techniques for making this luscious creation!