May 3, 2009 EDITED TO ADD: I have rec'd well over 100 requests for this pattern.. please feel free to print the photo of the pattern below and TRACE it ONTO your Scallop Die Cut, cut along the sides, and you will have your own pattern. 🙂
This was by far my FAVORITE card in our Stamp A Stack class on the weekend.. Isn't this just tooooooo cute?? I got the idea from my friend Jan who got the idea in a swap from Joan Cristo. Thank you Joan for this adorable idea!!
You can't go wrong with Bella Rose DSP !
Here is what makes it so fun and easy… you use the SCALLOP DIE and the Big Shot!!!
And check out Renee's adorable interpretations … toooooooooooo cute!
Left: a Sundress!! Right: A petticoat under the dress!
It was great fun having these ladies in one of my classes on the weekend.. they drove over 1-1/2 hours to come to class!! Thanks Julie, Renee, Kim and Kathy for coming!
If you missed cards #1 and #2 from the Stamp A Stack, find them HERE and HERE.
Oh, this is adorable! Where could I get a copy of the dress template? :o)
Hey Patty – that was my swap from Dania’s big shot swap – also did it for Hawaii! I am a fashion designer by day and stamper by night
These dresses are darling! We just got another 2 feet of snow this weekend, so maybe this would help get my club in a spring mood tomorrow night!
Those are ADORABLE! I wish I could find that red polka dot one in stores… 🙂
Your blog is a gold mine to use the Big Shot! I am always amazed at everything you’ve created with this tool. You definitely made it worth your bucks!
How lovely! I would also like a template of the dress. Can you post one on your blog?
This is so adorable!! I don’t have this…but gotta get it soon now!! This is just too cute….
How stinkin CUTE!
Oh my this is so sweet!!A really cute idea, love it!
Too adorable!!! I’d like a copy of the dress template also! Thanks for sharing!
Patty, thank you SO MUCH for posting this, and the directions! I have that die – yea! I will make sure our stamp club makes these real soon!
really really cute.
Love this card with the dress!!! I have the diecut, and would so appreciate having the template for cutting it out. Are you going to share with us? Mary
I am having a Mother’s Day Card Buffet and this is SURE to be a winner! Thank you for sharing. I’ll be sure to include you and Joan’s names and websites on my class info list so my customers can see all your darling ideas. Have a great day.
What a wonderful card. I just made one using Sweet Always paper and it’s so cute.
Thanks for sharing the idea and the template.
Oh my gosh, Patty !!!!!!! These are beyond adorable !! LOVE ‘EM” !!!!!! I’m sorry that I haven’t commented lately 🙁 Cait’s wedding is just over 3 weeks away ! I still check in everyday I’m just not doing so well with commenting lately 🙂 !!!
Saw a card in Hawaii like this. Absolutely darling! Now I know how she did it…. as usual Patty, you even educate other demonstrators. Thank you!!!!
that is so cute…
thanks for sharing….
so much and so many nice papers that would look so cute for that…
These are so fun..can’t wait to try one!
So clever & cute!! I wanna red dress (and the figure) to wear your design!
OMG so cute! could you share the dress template??? Now if only I could fit into a dress like that!
You make me re-fall in love with my big shot every time!
Love this card! I would love the template if you are sharing.
Thank you! Love your blog!
Hey, Patty! I love this card. I would also like the template for the dress, if you are sharing it!
It was nice reading your post. I needed to know such kind of information to update myself. I work in my friend’s boutique of flower girl dresses and also help in the online promotion.
Do you have the pattern posted here? If not could I get the pattern?
See ya at convention!
Love it too! Where do you get the directions & template for the dress?
If your sharing, I would simply love this template.
Hi Patty. I have tried to print the template off your blog, but If I print out the whole post the template is too small and if I click on the dress template for the pop up to appear it is too big. Any suggestions please.
Thanks for sharing this idea. I used it for a mother’s day card for the mothers staying at the Ronald McDonald House here in Southern California.
wow. this is just soooo adorable. Any chance you’d share the template …?
I love the dress, I would love a copy o fthe template.ppppppllllleeeeaaaaasssseeee
Beautiful cards! Are you sharing the template? If so, I’d love it!
Patty I love this dress. Thank you so much for sharing the template. On Friday I met with a couple of friends and we had fun making our dresses.
Love this little dress- can’t wait to see what I can come up with for a wedding card. Thanks so much and love, love your site. Blessings, Diane/Lost in the 60’s/Planted in Joy
Just wanted you to know that I used your dress pattern for our stamp club and it was a huge hit! Thanks so much for posting the tutorial and sharing your creativity.
very cute post! thanks for sharing it ! a different collection of dresses is presented .
very cute post! thanks for sharing it ! a different collection of dresses is presented
Useful information ! dress cards is the another means of promotion by the boutiques , this builds customers interest .
Any bride who’s ever planned a wedding knows the single most important thing is the dress.Hence proper focus decision is required before selecting the wedding dresses , flower dresses are the best suggestion .
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Patty, this is brilliant! What a clever idea. I saw a card on Splitcoast with this pattern and the lady who posted it (http://www.messagesfrommandy.blogspot.com/) kindly referred me to you.
Thanks for the inspiration!
I got around to trying this out, although mine aren’t nearly as cute (and I didn’t use Stampin’ Up, oops!). I wanted to link you anyhow and I gave you credit for such a wonderful idea!
All of this dresses are so beautiful! I love them so much flower girl dresses
This is really fantastic and remarkable
It was nice reading your post. I needed to know such information to update myself. I work in my friend’s boutique of flower girl dresses and also run a blog.
I am so glad I found your blog by chance! Was loooking for ideas on how to make a card with the THREE DRESSES by Serendipity and found this one which i loved! and I made a card using this technique!! Awesome! I used 3 different spellbinder dies. The round like ours, the oval, and one other round. I just made the waist a bit thinner. Then I passed them thru 3 different cuttlebug embossing folders and sanded them to stand out the embossed designs. (i used the special cardstock that u can sand and a different color comes up) Then I used a think cord along the length of the card and hang the dresses on them! YOUR IDEA WAS SOOO AWESOME!!!! I didn’t even use the stamp I intended to use!! LOL
Ok so I know these cards were made forever ago but I love them. They are beautiful!