Hello, Sara here! We are teaming up with PanPastel® this week to share some projects and techniques with you. Today, I am sharing how I used PanPastel® with my Gelli® plate.
Plus- read to the end to enter for a chance to win a prize pack from Gelli Arts® + PanPastel®!
1. First, create a resist drawing with a wax crayon over the tag. You can draw whatever you want. I made two examples: one with circles, the other with stars.
2. Then, I applied PanPastel® over the plate with a Sofft® sponge.
3. In order to pull a print, apply white acrylic paint over the plate with the brayer. The thinner the paint layer, the better the pull.
4. Then, with an extra layer of white paint, you can pull another print from the plate.
5. Now you can decorate the tag! I added stamps, some Jane Davenport ink, stencils with modeling paste, and some sticker sentiments. I also stitched around the tag. I usually add sari ribbons on the top and under the sentiment stickers as well.
6. For the finishing touches, I added some paint splatters with paint markers.
Just by changing the colors of the PanPastel® used, you can get a totally different theme with your tags. You can see that one is an all occasions tag, and the other is a Christmas themed tag.
Wax resist sticks
White acrylic paint
Stencils Carabelle Studio
Tim Holtz stickers- small talks and occasions
Sari ribbons #sarasaris
And now… enter in our giveaway for a chance to win some awesome products from Gelli Arts® + PanPastel®!