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Friday, 15 February 2013

Stampin' Up! All Dressed Up Frame


I have been missing in action these last 10 days.  Lots of projects to make, lots of classes, lots of preparation for the big Sale-A-Bration day I am holding on the 23rd February.  This day should be a great day out, plus afterwards I might just be able to walk into my stamp room without the 5 boxes of goodies getting in my way :)

My daughter requested I make her a picture for her wall in her new bedroom & I had intended this for her however, after making it I'm having second thoughts!  It is really pretty in real life with lots of detail. I found a few similar ones on google & have cased the third dress in the frame from Cindee Wilkinson

I dont have the Pop & Cuts die yet....it is coming, so I just used the All Dressed Up Framelit die and some ribbons, pearls & a bit of this & that.

All Dressed Up Frame
Flower Trim Wedding Dress
Two Tone Satin Ribbon Ball Gown
Primrose Petals Doily Dress Form

Stamp Sets:  Creative Elements, Gossamer Lace
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Primrose Petals, More Amore DSP, Crumb Cake.
Ink:  Crumb Cake
Cool Tools: Pearls, 1 1/4" Two Tone Pink Pirouette/Rose Red Ribbon, Victoria Crochet trim, 5/8" Flower Trim,  Itty Bitty Punches, Crumb Cake & Vanilla Seam Binding Ribbons Snail.  Frame (my own).
Thanks For Looking,

TRICIA  



9 comments:

  1. Wow, Tricia. You may have been missing in action, but this post with those stylish dresses makes up for it. I love the way they've turned out. It's perfect for a little girl's room. Maybe you can let your daughter have it and then "borrow" it from her when you have classes or want to show it off to customers.

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  2. How cute! I haven't gotten that set or die but I keep seeing wonderful things done with it. Yours is super.

    PS Just making reservations to visit Australia in October. Really looking forward to it.

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    1. Thanks Dale,
      I hope you are planning a visit to my part of Australia. Would love to catch up!

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  3. Tricia
    Wowza, lady!
    I've seen lots of dresses with this set but yours really take the cake. So much detail - and each dress looks like a real dress; BEAUTIFUL!!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

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    1. Thanks Megin, Its funny but it really is like making paper dolls or playing barbies. I have had so much fun making them!

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  4. Yes Tricia it gorgeous it is a must have in a girls craft wardrobe. As soon as I can afford it its go go go. Tfs it is really cute and I love it.
    hugs Carolyn

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  5. Thanks Carolyn, I cant wait to try out the pop & cut base with a few dresses. I can picture some beautiful wedding dress cards.

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  6. Beautiful! You did a great job on this project!

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