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This month we were challenged to use any of Robyn's amazing stamps, bright colors and the Summer season as inspiration. One of my favorite things about Summer is all the vintage fun that can be found at garage sales, flea markets and thrift stores. This vintage vibe put me in the mood to make a fifties inspired garden party dress on a dress form whose outfit was long in need of an update.
Winter Punnies) Robyn's choice of beautiful fonts and her super smart selection of sentiments means any one of her stamp sets is perfect for a variety of creations and that together they are quite the tool kit for expressing yourself in a wide array of projects. Window shop the entire My Pink Stamper product line here and be sure to buy a few here.
A list of all the Pinkalicious blogs involved is below, as well as my supply list and cut information.
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Recipe:Stamps: My Pink Stamper: "Winter Punnies"
Cricut Cartridge: Cricut Lite: Bloom
Dies: Stampin UP! Butterfly Die
Patterned Paper: Chatterbox, Miss Arts Papercrafting Company: Ruth's Recipe Kit, Webster's Pages
Acrylic Embellishment: Webster's Pages
Ink: Tsukineko: Brown
Punch: Stampin' UP! Scallop Border, Marvy Uchida: Small Butterfly
Glitter Glue: Ranger Stickles: Star Dust
Pearl Strand, Tulle Pick: Hobby Lobby (Floral Supply)
Adhesive: Beacon Adhesive's: Zip Dry, Stampin' UP! Stampin' Dimensionals
Dress Form: Hobby Lobby
Misc:.Pearls Beads, Pink Crepe Paper
1. The entire skirt of the dress is made from the "Flower13" cut with the "Layer/Shadow" Function selected.
2. Use the "Auto Fill" function on 12x12 sheets of paper with the size set to 2 inches. This will cut 56 tulips per sheet. You will need roughly need 3 sheets of white and 3 sheets of pink patterned tulips.