Today over at SSI, we are cheating. Normally a Stampin' Up! products only blog, we are indulging in our other favorite stampin' supplies. Or in my case, some retired Stampin' Up! goodies. I decided to take my favorite framelits set out for a spin on the Big Shot. And I think my creation is fabulous, if I do say so myself!
Here is a tri-fold Congratulations screen card. The framelits, DSP, stamp set and accessories retired from a few years ago. I loved the Dress Up framelits. And I LOVED the Twitterpated DSP. That paper was so awesome we got to use it for a year and a half. It started in the Occasions catalog and then was carried over to the Annual Catalog. Here is the other side:
I left a place to write a message to the lucky recipient of this awesome card. Here are some close ups of each panel/outfit.
I love the scallop Blushing Bride pattern in the paper so I made it a dress with a little crinoline underneath. I added a white sweater, embossed for some texture, with rhinestone buttons. There is also a fun Blushing Bride ribbon for a belt.
So this panel actually has a peek at something new...Blushing Bride Glimmer Paper. Where can I get this dress for me? I added a Blushing Bride Twitterpated flower button to the waist of the dress.
Here we have a cute Pear Pizzazz patterned dress with a white blouse and a pear Pizzazz sweater, this time with pearl buttons.
This patterned paper was so pretty, it had to be an entire dress. I just love those flowers! Of course I needed a little Blushing Bride sweater with rhinestone buttons to finish it off.
For this panel I used some Baja Breeze (a retired color) patterned paper and matted on some Whisper White to write a little note. I added some Baja Breeze ribbon that was adorned with two little buttons.
Finally the last look is an Island Indigo floral dress with matching sweater.
I feel like I just narrated a fashion show! I just love these products and I will never part with them. Thanks so much for checking out my creation. Don't forget to check out the other "bad girls" over at SSI where we take a break from current Stampin' Up products.