Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Fifth Avenue Wedding

I love this card.  It does take quite a bit of time to complete.  However, the finished product is stunning!

Recipe for Project
Fifth Avenue Floral, Printed Petals, Heard from the Heart (sentiment)
Card stock
old olive, whisper white, daffodil delight, river rock designer paper, basic black
white embossing powder, versamark, rich razzleberry, daffodil delight, pretty in pink, regal rose, apricot appeal watercolor crayon
heating tool, daubers, scissors, scallop edge punch, itty bitty flower punch set

Stamp the big flower in versamark, add the white embossing powder and apply heat to melt and affix the e.p. to the image.

Starting at the center, use daubers to apply ink in circular motion on the flower.  You will notice the ink does not adhere to the white embossed outline.  WOW!

I guess I cut the flower out first but actually I think you'll have more success with the coloring, if you cut it out after.

Then, stamp some other flowers from the set and color them in with the help of a blender pen.  I used pretty in pink and daffodil delight.  I don't have the watercolor crayon in daffodil delight, but I found apricot appeal to be a very good substitute.

There are a few more details.  The pictures are self-explanatory.

If you have any questions, just leave a comment and I will respond.  Have a great day!


  1. This is wonderful! Love this and how you did it. Thanks so much for the great instructions too! I'll be trying that one for sure.
    Love your blog - discovered it through SCS - and just became a follower. You do fabulous work and I really like how you explain what you did!

  2. Thanks Lynn. Have a wonderful day!

  3. Wow Bev! You are doing a great job on your blog!