Today’s post is a fancy party dress that Cammie made using the now retired Stampin Up Dress Up Framelit for the dress bodice. For the skirt portion she used the Stampin Up Festive Birthday DSP #141630 from a folded circle punch and the slip is a doily. The dress was added to a coordinating patterned background from the Festive Birthday DSP. The party banners were cut from the Fiesta Time Framelits #141475 and the sentiment was stamped from the Birthday Fiesta #141500 stamp set. Ole!
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.
Happy Birthday to my sweet and pretty friend Debbie Mason. Debbie is definately one the sweetest people I know. She is as pretty on the inside as she is beautiful on the outside. She is always put together and very stylish. So today’s card is one that I made for her using the Dress Up Framelits #131095 and the More Amore DSP #129309, both from the Stampin Up spring catalog. I textured the primrose petals background cardstock using the Vintage Wallpaper textured folder #120175. The scallop frame was cut using a retired die. The mannequin is cut from black cardstock and then I added pearls at the neck. The dress was added and tied with a piece of pool party ruffled ribbon and a flower at the waist. I love the sentiment on the inside of this card. It says, Happy Birthday to a special someone who is always in perfect form. The sentiment is from a now retired Stampin Up stampset called I like your style. That sentiment says it all. Hope Debbie has a perfect day!
As a bonus, I created the same card but switched the Dress DSP and the sentiment. Super cute.
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Happy Birthday to my neighbor and dear friend Lynne. Lynne is an avid seamstress and I always make her a sewing related card. I think I collect way too much sewing stuff because I would love to be able to sew. In fact when I grow up and retire, I plan to take sewing lessons and quilting. Oops, I am gettiing off track. When I received the new Stampin Up Spring Catalog I fell in love with the All Dressed Up stamps #129174 and the coordinating Dress Up Bundle #131095. The background DSP is from the fabulous Print Poetry DSP Paper Pack #129312. How cute is the sewing related paper? I also cut the dress and apron from thie Printed Poetry workshop. I pieced the apron to the dress and then hid it with a piece of primrose satin stitched ribbon and added a flower at the waist. The dress was added to the manequin that was embellished with pearls. The sentiment is from a retired Stampin Up set called Pattern of Friendship. I stamped the sentiment on a piece of the Canvas Creations sheet. I then edged the canvas with pinking sheers. I love this card and know that Lynne will too.
Warning….. I am obsessed with this die so there are many more dress cards forthcoming. I am thinking it is related to my paper doll obsession from my youth.
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