Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Groovy Guava Dress Swap

I think this is a VERY cute idea! It was a swap from last month's Demo meeting, but I don't know who created it...

It's a dress! It was created by using the Coluzzle Cutting System. You would cut the largest circle from the Coluzzle and then cut it in half, and then half again...ending up with a quater piece. Then you make 5 folds, meeting in the middle...The sides of the dress are adhered to the mat, leaving the rest of the dress 3-D.

From what I can tell the bodice of the dress was cut by hand, without a real pattern. The Groovy Guava Double-Stitched ribbon hides the dress top. This is so clever and can be done with any DSP. Couldn't you see is as a wonderful Bridal Shower Invitation?

Stamp Sets: Wonderful Words
Card Stock: Groovy Guava, Basic Black, Whisper White, Groovy Guava Prints DSP
Inks: Basic Black
Accessories: Groovy Guava Double-Stitched ribbon, Coluzzle Cutting System,Ticket Corner Punch
Have a fabulous day! Girl 2

1 comment:

carolyn said...

Very clever! Using different colored paper for the dresses you could make a set of cards with the same dress theme and would it be a neat gift. Thanks for sharing!