Tuesday, March 6, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH #344 - Celebrate National Dress Day!

Welcome and happy Tuesday!
Did you know that March 6th is
To celebrate, the SOS Crew at
challenge you to add a dress to your project!

For my card, I stalked Pinterest and found this template that I
printed out onto the back side of the paper I used for my dress.
I thought a little black dress with pink polka dots would make
for an adorable dress. The ribbon I won years ago from May Arts. It's
a pale pink, although with my crack photography skillz, it looks more white.
I found a teeny little flower in my stash to add to the waist. So cute!

and the inside:

My sentiments are from a couple stamp sets that I just rediscovered.
(the fabulous stamp saw ink for the first time! NBUS!)

I hope that you find some time this week to play along in our dress challenge
at Shopping Our Stash! Need more ideas? Simply visit the blogs of
my teammies to see the amazing creations they came up with!
Thanks for visiting. I hope you have a great day!

Stamps: Some Odd Girl - Dare to be Gwen; Mama Elephant - Speech Bubbles
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: Taylored Expressions; Recollections
DP: MME - Everyday Tango
Accessories: dress template from Pinterest; GC Cuttlebug - Modern Wallpaper EF; May Arts ribbon;
Nicole - flower; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares; Recollections - tacky tape


  1. Adorable!!! your little black, pink polka dot dress is FABULOUS. great job on the challenge.

  2. oh that's COOL, you've made me need to go read instructions now, which is saying something!!!

  3. Brilliant card, Chris - love it! Jo x

  4. First Barb, now you, with these totally wonderful dress cards! This is classy and gorgeous, and, yes, fabulous!

  5. I love this entire post! Your dress is perfectly fabulous, and your sentiments... like I can't believe you just came across these! Perfect for this sassy girly card! And how squared-away are you to have added the National Dress Day badge?! You rock!!! I want to be like you when I grow up!


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