A few weekends ago I was summoned home to come get my childhood junk. I spent hours putting all my Barbie doll toys together. The McDonald's, the hotdog stand and the 4 poster bed gave me so much joy. I remembered where every hotdog went and what sticker used to be there. My daughter is almost 3 and I can't wait to play Barbie with her. I love playing legos with Drew, but I am really excited about showing her how to make the Barbie town.
But, until then, I have the Dressed Up framelits! It's like playing paper dolls all over again, but now I'm smarter and have the internet. You will not believe what all I've found made from other very talented ladies.
My last friend just left from my All Dressed Up class. I could tell they really had a great time. One of my ladies asked if she could buy my samples she loved them so much. After she was gone, I realized I had a class the next morning for my AM batch and have no samples....whoops :)
Here are the projects we made tonight.
Paper: Print Poetry DSP, Tea for Two DSP, Midnight Muse, Calypso Coral
Tools: Big Shot, dressed up framelits, polka dot embossing folder, corner rounder
Accessories: basic pearls, hanger paper clips, In Color brads, dimensionals
I got the frame at Target
Paper: Very Vanilla, Tea for Two DSP, soft suede
Ink: Soft Suede
Tools: Big Shot, apothecary accents framelits, decorative label punch, dressed up framelits, paper piercing tool and pad, simply scored, paper cutter
Accessories: sponge dauber, brads, dimensionals, basic pearls, rose lace, glue dots
Paper: Pool Party, Basic Black, (blush blossom on clearance rack)
Tools: Big Shot, dressed up framelits, medium oval punch, small curly punch
Accessories: Sticky Strip, pool party ruffled ribbon, glue dots, basic pearls
And to round the evening out...
Paper: Vanilla, Crumb Cake, Brushed silver cardstock, Tea for Two DSP
Tools: Big Shot, dressed up framelits, oval framelits, lacy brocade embossing folder, stripe embossing folder
Accessories: Window sheets, basic pearls, 1/8" vanilla ribbon, 1-1/4" two toned ribbon, 2-way glue pen
To ruffle the ribbon, just find 1 thread close to the top of the ribbon and gather it.
If you want to see all the other awesome ideas I didn't have time to make, click here :) Don't just look at the top post...scroll down for so many more ideas!
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