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Patty's Spring Garden - April Update

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WELCOME to the April 2013 Control Freaks Blog Tour!!!

We are excited to bring you delightful

Stampin' Up!

Birthday Ideas 

in the tour this month!! 


 You have probably joined me after visiting Connie Babbert's marvelous blog, and you can click on the "next blog" link at the bottom of the post to continue on the tour.   

You know how much I love the adorable Dress Up Collection by Stampin' Up!, and I have been using the Dress Up Framelits (#130101) to make cute girlfriend Birthday cards!

Dress up sunshine sprinkles card

This dress form is set off by placing it on a Whisper White die cut from the Apothecary Accents framelits (#127003)

I used Sunshine & Sprinkles Designer Paper for the background and for the dress, and then I used a Stampin' Up! Doily (#129399) that I dyed with some Regal Rose ink in a cup of water!

Dress up sunshine sprinkles card apron

A bow of Rose Red Seam Binding Ribbon (#121844) at the waist finishes off this dress.

The Happy Birthday stamp (from one of the MOST OVERLOOKED stamp sets, "Made for You", pg 44 in the Annual catalog, #126340/126342) is stamped on a die cut tag from the Labels Collection Framelits (#125598)... I added some extra happiness to the tag with the Stampin' Paper Piercer (#126189) and the Festive Paper Piercing Pack (#127857).

My 2nd birthday greeting also features the Dress Up Dies in a snazzy color combo of Calypso Coral and Midnight Muse! 

Did you know you can make a cute collar for these dresses????  See below for instructions.

Dress up print poetry collar 1

Don't you love the script background? It's a piece of printed paper from the Print Poetry Package, found on pg 16 in the Spring Stampin' Up! catalog, #129312.

Happy Day to You is found on pg 137 of the Annual Catalog and is available in wood or clear (#126149 / 126151). 

Dress up print poetry collar 2

Midnight Muse In Color ribbon makes a cute belt! #126847

The cute flower is from the Decorate A Daisy set, pg 115 Annual Catalog, #125989 / 125991.  I used it for both the collar and the punched flower below.  Top it all off with an In Color Designer Printed Brad, #122940.

Dress up print poetry collar 3

HOW to Make the punched Dress Up Collar:

Dress up class scalloped collar

 (click photo to enlarge if needed)

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Comments

Wendie

Sweet! You've done such great things with this framelit die.

Matilde Hanna

Between these and the "10 Ways..." I'm sold! Got to get the frame lit - love that little dress. Thanks Patty, nice work!

Beth

Just love the collar...thanks for sharing

LeeAnn Greff

You are the master of these framelits Patty! Great job!

Carol Carriveau

Fabulous, Patty...both are beautiful and bright and wonderful! Thanks for sharing about the collar....you are amazing and so appreciate your sharing! Also have to say great pic of you and your stacks of caytty boxes!

Justin

You do amazing things with theses framelits! :-)

Aileen

I love each and every creation with the dress framelits. Wonderful color and pattern choices. Thank you so much for sharing these with us.

sandi

Beautiful. Love both of the dresses.

Anita A

Great tips! Beautiful cards!

shirley Kramer

Took the tour, so much fun...many great ideas.
Love your "dresses" looks like such a blast decorating them!!

Carol Carriveau

Finally finished up the Blog Hop - I always so enjoy this groups wonderful and inspiring projects!!!

Tanya H

Your dresses have TOTALLY inspired me! :) Thanks for all the awesomeness!

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