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49 and Market - Flower Embellishments - Garden Petals - Parchment

49 and Market - Flower Embellishments - Garden Petals - Parchment

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The Parchment Garden Petals enchant with their soft sophistication. Included in the set are 12 handmade ivory paper flowers by 49 and Market that come in a 4.5" x 7.5" x .5" package.  Full Description & Details
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The Parchment Garden Petals enchant with their soft sophistication. Included in the set are 12 handmade ivory paper flowers by 49 and Market that come in a 4.5" x 7.5" x .5" package.

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    Great, Natural Color

    I particularly like this new Garden Petals from 49 & Market. Absolutely worth the money. Great variety & tiny details...cork screws, several sizes of flowers, tiny blooms & pods on stems. Like walking thru a shadowy forest or a prairie of wildflowers. I debated getting this “Parchment” color, but it is beautiful...very natural & vintage.

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  • Can I paint or ink the 49 and Market parchment flowers. If so what type of paint and or ink would work. Thanks   By: SusanIDevine (28-Jun-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I agree with every thing that the other lady said. I have done the same. I have also used cheaper water color cakes that you get at Dollar Tree added water and it worked also. By: Smooth Operator (30-Jun-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • I’m pretty sure you can use Tom Holtz Ranger Distress Paint (acrylics) or his Distress Spray Stains which I use like watercolors, dipping brush into spray ink bottle & painting onto flower, softening with water, if you want a softer result. Be sure & get the regular Distress paints/stains...not the Distress OXIDE paints as IMO they are more chalky, not as translucent & vibrant. I have also completely painted the flowers with white gesso. When dry, you can paint as you like with above methods. I’ve also seen craft videos (google Pascale B. Craft videos or Olga Kravets craft videos. Both artists do a lot of demos for 49 & Market using flowers...very helpful...often with just watercolors). I would take a bloom or two & experiment/practice.
      Hope this helps 😊🌸 By: Hobe (30-Jun-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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