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PanPastel Florals - Sin City Stamps

It's time to show you my last project for this month's collaboration between Sin City Stamps and PanPastel. What an amazing collaboration should I say! In this opportunity I made a card featuring a technique I really enjoy, colored dry embossing. I have a detailed step by step photo tutorial for you.

Main Supplies
Sin City Stamps - Love of Butterflies (sc4) plate of rubber
PanPastel - Violet, Violet Tint and Permanent Green
Other
Blender marker
Embossing Folder
Papers - Beige leather textured cardstock, lilac metallic cardstock
Adhesives - Mounting tape, two sided tape and Uhu all purpose adhesive
Lilac gross grain ribbon



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

I hope you enjoyed seeing my card and tutorial! I also hope you feel encouraged try this technique out with PanPastels. Remember all the supplies are listed above, and I have also tagged the card's photo with links to a PanPastel retailer, so you can check them out there!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


This card is participating in:
Anything Goes - SSS Wednesday

Comments

  1. Your whole card is beautiful!!! I love the technique and color choice:)
    I love this amazing creation!

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  2. This is such a beautiful card. Thank you for the tutorial, I have such a hard time trying to color my embossing, maybe this technique will work for me.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  3. Beautiful card. I may try this when I get my Spectrum Noir pens/.

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  4. Gorgeous card Gracie, so very pretty.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    hugs
    Mandy xx

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