Any my card:
I cut the dress with my Cameo, and the fold is at the top. I had some old dp, left over from my scrapbook stash, so used that for the pinafore and accent on the bodice. A couple of green pearls for buttons, and a smidgen of leftover ribbon, et voila! Done. I'm guessing Lily will love the "girly" aspect of this card. It's so pretty and happy in real life.
Next challenge is The Card Concept. We're challenged to use texture, and let the DT know to which style our card belongs. I'm going with Clean and Layered for this challenge. Lots of texture in my card.
It looks like this:
Although you can't see it in the photograph, the cream cardstock is wonderfully textured. I used some glitter felt from Michaels, and there is glossy accents on all the hearts. The two sequins are really red, but look rather brown in this photograph. That's an MFT die. And the hearts and sentiment are from Lawn Fawn. SU red markers, and Colorbox brown ink.
And if you've stayed with me this long, perhaps you won't mind looking at just one more card. This one will go into the Color Throwdown Challenge, as well as this week's Muse.
My favorite part of this card is the beige-y stamping on the pink vellum. Love the way that looks. for this card, I used my brand spankin' new TE instant photo frame die, and the MFT chevron die; for both dies, I used Gina K. kraft paper. Neenah white base, which was also used for the flowers, stamped and cut with W Plus 9 Fresh Cut Florals. Some Papertrey Ink and a bit of Versamark too. A couple of the flowers are popped up to give this a bit more dimension. And while I'm at it, I think I'll link this to the new Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday, where we're to use something new. Since my TE polaroid frame is new, I'm thinking that this will qualify nicely! And with that, I will stop now. Happy dances everyone!