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Dressy Birthday

Have you played ‘Dress Up’ yet birthday girl?

I was skeptical at first when I saw this dress collection that includes framelits and a stamp set. It really didn’t do anything for me. However, at the Dallas Regionals, I saw some demonstrations and lots of samples made using a variety of products from this suite. And, so cute. So cool. So fun!

Ok. I decided to get them. And, to tell you truth, it IS like playing with paper dolls. You just want to keep creating different dresses and playing around with patterned papers to make clothing, adding ribbons, embellishments – whatever you want. It really IS fun!

This is one of the cards I created for my Card Buffet this weekend. It is also one that I decided not to make because I created another card I liked better. Imagine that? It happens in the design process. Lots of designs get cut. But, I’ll be happy to share with you.

The dress is made from Sale-a-Bration Designer Series Paper. The oval has a nice swirl in that neat-o Illuminate Glimmer Watermark Stampin’ Pad. I thought it added a little dazzle to the card. Don’t you agree?

If you are on the fence about this item, I say, go for it. These are just, FUN! And, we could all use a little fun in our stampin’!

Happy Stampin’
Libby

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2 thoughts on “Dressy Birthday

  1. absolutely darling… I love this dress. I too fell in love with these framelits. I so agree, everyone should have them…. I’ve decided to create a club for Dress Framlits Anonymous….lol. I am so addicted!!! Thx for sharing your wonderful idea….

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