Thursday, 16 October 2014

Purple, Pink & Black


Last night Lin sent me a video by France Papillon as she'd incorporated pan pastels, silks and primary elements into a journal page which you can see here. Now you know I don't do journals so I started with an 8" x 8" piece of white card and pretty much followed what she did.


Loved the drippage from the primary elements.


Stampotique have a theme this week of purple, pink and black, hence the colour scheme. I added a couple of the lattice die cuts, an arch and the two Stampotique characters which I coloured with distress markers.


PA Grunge paste used through the large diamond stencil coloured with purple and violet pan pastels.


Primary elements drippage over the grunge paste.


Stampotique images Moth Fab and Linda.



15 comments:

craftimamma said...

Wow, this is brilliant Sam! The drippage is great, in fact it all is! Love what you're doing with these products.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Amanda said...

Do I see pink? Great make.
Love
Amanda x

Lin said...

Oh sam you've finished your thingy off beautifully lol!! I love all the tecniques you've used and the shadow on the die cut looks brilliant!! and great drippage xxxx

hazel said...

Wonderful background, the colours are fabulous and I love the runny bits.
xxx Hazel.

chrissies said...

This is gorgeous-hope you will do more of them in the future

Love Chrissie x

craftytrog said...

It's gorgeous Sam! xxx

Helen said...

It was a great week's Journal on Monday video, and I love your version of it, even not in a journal! Gorgeous colour too.

Corrie Herriman said...

Great make, Sam !
Corrie x

downrightcrafty said...

always love your style and the colour on this one is gorgeous
hugs Kate xx

Kirsten Alicia Sheridan said...

Fantastic page.

Kay Wallace said...

You took away the perfect parts of France's tutorial and certainly made it your own, Sam! Love this!Thanks so much for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge this week! And, by the way, HAPPY BIRTHDAY month! ;-)

Sue said...

Hey Sam this is brilliant! Perfect use of these colours (I see you tried to cover the pink up lol)Love the stencilling too.
I hope you had a very happy birthday, and congratulation on being in our top 3. I think I've finally finished washing and ironing, so hopefully I'll be back in blogland soon. Thanks for joining in with our challenge at Stampotique. Sue xx

Ruth said...

Bit late commenting on this but really likde your take on Frances JOM. I want to have a go at mixing pan pastels with medium, seems to create great effects...and the images work great on this! Ruth x

*Arwen* said...

WOW amazing!
Thanks for joining us at the Stampotique Designers Challenge :)

xx Arwen

Julie Ann Lee said...

Really love this! Thanks for sending me over! I love how you've used the Pan Pastels and Primary Elements! I so want to have a play now! xx

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