Fifth Avenue Floral Stamp + Blender Pen Technique


This card was inspired by Heidi at http://www.twohappystampers.blogspot.comcard she made about three weeks ago. Thanks Heidi!


I embossed my stamped image from Fifth Avenue Floral (SU) on white card stock using Stampin Up Melon Mambo embossing powder. The flower on the left is the blender pen technique using the moistened top of the Rich Razzleberry Classic ink stamp pad to blend the ink onto the card stock. The flower on the right was colored in using the Stamp N Write Rich Razzleberry marker. Both were cut out and popped up on varying heights of dimensional adhesive.


The DSP is Stampin Up is called Razzleberry Lemonade & is sadly been retired a while ago. I love these colors and still had some scraps left to make a few cards. To finish the card I used two oval punches from SU and the sentiment is My Pink Stamper Hope and Courage stamp set. The stems were stamped with Early Espresso and colored in using the matching marker. The leaves were punched out of scrap green using the Two Way Bird punch by SU. The fancy edge is also a Stampin Up border punch.

May your family time be blessed and your craft time fun and productive! Blessings!


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