Fifth Avenue Floral

Creative Tips:

1. The flowers from Fifth Avenue Floral and sentiment are stamped using Versamark and Black Embossing Powder. After heating, the embossing powder has a nice sheen that adds to the look of any stamped project. It also creates a barrier to prevent colors from bleeding when watercoloring.

2. The texture on the bottom panel was created using my Paper Cutter and a Scoring Blade. The top texture is from the Backgrounds 1 Texturz Plates. Each plate has two texture options for a total of six in the set. It offers a great value when you want to add a soft subtle pattern or design to your favorite project.

3. The card stock is Blush Blossom. I must admit it is the first time I have ever used this color. It is a soon to retire offering. Please order your retiring favorites early, it will help avoid disappointment later when they are gone. Click to download Fond Farewell Retiring Colors

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Card Recipe:
Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral (113734), Thoughts and Prayers (113252), Tiny Tags (118592)
PaperBlush Blossom (103318), Certainly Celery (105125), Basic Black (102851), Watercolor Paper (105019)
Ink: Versamark (102283), Basic Black (101179), Soft Subtle Watercolor Wonder Crayons (106697)
Accessories: Basic Black Grosgrain Ribbon (115605), Scallop Trim Border (118402), Medium Jewelry Tag (117190), Scallop Oval (114889), and Large Oval (107305) Punches, Black Embossing Powder (109133), Paper Cutter (104152), Scoring Blade (104154), Backgrounds 1 Texturz Plates (114512), Aqua Painter (103594), Dimensionals (104430), Paper Snips (103579)

Blessings,

Dacia Smith

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