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Lilac Canvas – Pan Pastel & Sin City Stamps

This month Sin City Stamps has partnered with PanPastel, and I am very excited! My teammates have been presenting such creative projects on the Sin City Stamps’ blog showcasing products from both companies, and they’ve done an amazing job.

PanPastel is such a forgiving medium, it blends so well, it can be corrected with a simple eraser, and it has such rich color, it’s is a delight to work with them!

For my project I used PanPastel in Lilac and Lilac Tint together with Sin City Stamps chipboard pieces and rubber stamps. I made a canvas, embellished with handmade flowers and many other elements.

Sin City Stamps: Love of Butterflies rubber plate, Chicken Wire with Butterflies Mask, Chicken Wire w/Butterflies Chipboard Sheet, Chicken wire with Butterflies Chipboard Book,
PanPastel: Violet, Violet Tint
Cottonwood Arts: Cottonwood Arts Thin 6″x 6″Canvas (to be released), Angled Cut Art Sponge – Sofft Tools
DreamWeaver Pearlescent Embossing Paste
Add a Little Dazzle metal sheet
Miscelaneous: Ribbon, lace, glitter, acrylic paint, vellum, cardstock, various adhesives, pearls and crystals

I have a step by step tutorial for you. To see how I created my canvas, please click here and start the guide added below my post.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my canvas and that you stop by Sin City Stamps’ blog to check my tutorial. If you’d like to see the details of the supplies I used click on the links listed above to be directed to the store.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

I’d like to submit this project to:
September Challege – Rhedd’s Creative Spirit 
September Challenge – Altered Eclectics
Springtime – Emerald Faeries
Monochromatic – Digi Choosday
Something Old, Something New – Craft-Room
(Old: pearls / New: Canvas)
Butterflies – City Crafter
Glitter or Sparkle – Loves Rubber Stamps
Anything Goes – Paper Nest Dolls
Shades of One – The Crafting Cafe
Make your own Background – SSS Wednesday
Anything Goes – Scrapbook Blessings Club  
Frame It – PanPastel UK Challenge
Anything Mixed Media – The Mirror Crack’d