This card is another one that I created using the Dressed Up Framelits #131095 and a Paper Doiley #129399 from the Stampin Up Spring Catalog. The card base is very vanilla and then I did a whisper white Vintage card front with a peek-a-boo cut from the Labels framelits. I added the black mannequin and cut the dress from whisper white left over by cuttiing the hole. I adorned the dress with mini pearls and then folded the doiley to make the skirt. I added a pool party belt and flower madefrome the new 7/8 ” mini scallop circle punch. I added the sentiment congratulations…. all dressed up and somewhere to go from the coordinating All Dressed up stampset #129174.
I am in love with these dresses and am thinking I might do an all dressed up workshop. The possibilites with this set is endless.
Today’s post is a real wowzer to kick off the month of love. Recently our friend and fellow blogger, Kim Morris, got engaged and Cammie wanted to create a special one of a kind engagement card. Every bride knows that it is all about the dress so being the seamstress that Cammie is she created a delicate beauty featuring the paper doily die #125592 from the Stampin Up occasions mini catalog. The bodice of the dress is punched from the full heart punch #119883 and then layed the die cut doily to fit on top of the bodice. The skirt consists of 3 tiers of the remaining doily and layered vellum underneath to create a tulle-ing effect. The dress was delicately beaded with pearls #119247 and a sash was created from the white organza ribbon #114319 and finished with Jumbo pearl #125577 (from the new occasions mini) broach at the waist. The dress was mounted on black polka dot DSP from the Stampin Up neutrals stack #117157. The sentiment is from the wordplay stamp set #120651 and embossed with white embossing powder and layered on top of a blushing bride cardbase. A rhinestone bling finsihes the ring in the I do!
Congratulations Kim and good luck finding the perfect dress!