Pretty Paper Projects from Sweet Friends

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Thought I would share some pretty paper crafting projects created by others to keep you inspired this weekend!

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  1. Carol Carriveau

    I love when you share others cards…each of these is truly inspirational! Thank you for sharing how to create the little box and the dress…..

  2. hi becky . . . here are the details from kadie labadie:

    Use your pop ?n cuts dress framelits and cut out the dress form of this box.
    It is IMPORTANT to make sure you are cutting your framelits on a fold line…….so your dress stays connected at the shoulders.

    For the box……..I used Whisper White card stock and sticky tape…….
    3? x 2-1/2? cardstock
    Score at 3/4? on all four sides

    Make two snips up to the score line on both ends of your piece.
    This will create three flaps on both ends of your 3?x2-1/2? piece.
    You will now add sticky tape to the flaps and fold in your flaps to make your box.

    Add sticky tape to inside bottom edge of your die-cut dress and then position your assembled box. Do one side at a time and make sure that you are doing this on a flat surface so your dress sit level when completed.
    OR……..
    If it?s any easier…..attach sticky tape to the outside edges of your assembled box and then you will positioning your die cut dress to the box. Just remember that the die cut dress fits around the box..so you will want to put the wrong side of your die cut dress to the sticky tape side of your box.

  3. say: I love the different looks but the black with pink is absolutely beautiful.. Could let me know what was used… Thanks

  4. Becky Stephanie

    I loved the dress favor. Do you think she would share the details on how to make?

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