“Vintage Dress Form” Birthday Card

Edit: The project was featured in the May 31, 2011 issue of the Cricut Chirp!

This project was created for the Birthday Sundaes’ Challenge #10 – Pearls and Lace.

As soon as I saw this prompt, I knew that I wanted to use the dress form from the Summer in Paris cartridge and create a romantic, vintage-style birthday card. I started with a standard 5″x7″ card and layered it with designer paper. The background frame was cut from the Elegant Edges cartridge at 5.25″ and wrapped with twine.

The corner pieces were cut from the Storybook cartridge at 1.5″.
The dress form was cut at 5.75″ and I adhered several layers of lace on top of each other to create a tiered skirt. 
The sentiment frame was also cut from the Elegant Edges cartridge at 2.25″.
All of the cuts were inked and popped up on foam for added dimension. 
Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Summer in Paris, Elegant Edges and Storybook
K&Company Amy Butler Lotus Greeting Clear Stamp Set
Paper – K&Company – Life’s Journey and Recollections cardstock

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24 thoughts on ““Vintage Dress Form” Birthday Card”

  1. I just LOVE LOVE AND LOVE all your work. Thank you so very much for putting the sizes and paper lines you use. It makes me feel like I might be able to create something as beautiful as you do. I do not have a creative bone in my body. LOL If you don't mind I would love to scrap lift a project of yours. Again I just think all your work is beautiful and please keep posting. Hugs

  2. Gorgeous card!! I love the lace on the dress and the whole vintage look of your card. Thanks so much for playing along with Birthday Sundaes this week!

  3. I already leave you a message at the MB, but I have to say it again, I LOVE this card. Love every detail on it. It is just GORGEOUS!!!
    Thanks for joining us at Birthday Sundaes!
    Vivi

  4. I love this card. It does look so vintage and that is one of the things that I like. But, I like that you used the lace and pearls embellishments on the card also. Your work is so beautiful. Great job!

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