Thursday, August 13, 2015

Fashionably Late

It's challenge time with my friends over on the CCEE Stampers challenge blog. As the challenge hostess for the month, I continue to issue the challenges.

Screen Divider Card - I have been meaning to make one of these style cards for some time now … so let us create one for today's challenge. Here is the link to the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers. 

I used designer paper to decorate my panels.

I used the Stampendous Tiered Dress to decorate my Screen Divider Card. I added Rock Candy Distress Stickers and Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter to accent my dress.

I added a second Tiered Dress to my card this time coloring it pink. I turned this into a belated cards as this sentiment worked so well with the card.

Here is my card folded so it can be placed in an envelope.

Don't forget to check out the CCEE Stampers blog (goes live 12 AM EST) to see the rest of the creations the CCEE Stampers created this week. You can also see more details of their creations on their individual blogs:

Stamps: Tiered Dress - Stampendous; Fashionably Late - Verses
Paper: White; Burgundy; Blue; Prairie DP - Kaisercraft
Dies: Fancy Label Accordion Card - designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs
Other: Black Ink; Martha Steward Border Punch; Rock Candy Distress Stickles; ECD Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter; Foam Tape; Copics


Maryann said...

A stunning fashion card, I love it.

Liz Williams said...

What a hit! I am always late on getting birthday cards, but when you send out something as beautiful as this, I think all will be forgiven. Awesome job, Frances. Thanks for the challenge. I don't think I have even made this style of card before so you have expanded by skills.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

Awesome! I love the idea of fashion and the sentiment. great dresses, and love the bg!

Lynn McAuley said...

Your floral background paper is so perfect with these gorgeous flowing gowns! I love the hangers hooked through the punched top and that super fun sentiment! Great design, Frances!

Lois said...

This reminds me of what you might find in an actress's dressing room -- with her costumes hanging from the screen. Great job, Frances!

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Sabrina said...

What brilliant stamps to use with this format - it manages to give me both the impression of a wardrobe, and of a screen in a bedroom with clothes tossed over or hanging from it. Thanks for the push to try a technique which has been on my to-do list for too long.