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A Party Dress

Time for the MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge (Challenge #48 - Party Dresses--1-30-14). Shirley has dug up some really cool inspiration pictures of party dresses for us:


I chose the first one - that red just grabbed me!


My dress was stamped with MFP's Paper Doll Formal Wear set. After I stamped my image on my paper, I toned the paper a bit to match my other papers with some Tim Holtz ink and then I covered the bottom of the dress with some roses I made with some Impression Obsession dies. My papers are Recollections and SU! and I also used Spellbinders and Sizzix dies and some SU! ribbon.

Come join us in this super fun challenge!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Gosh Nancy, this is awesome! Those roses are something else. You did a great job on this challenge!

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  2. Oh wow it certainly did grab you and send you off into a great creating frenzy. Wonderful job, Nancy I love it.

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  3. Wowzers! What a beautiful dress and those roses are awesome. You're so creative, girl. Stay warm and safe. Hope you could get back to work today.

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  4. WOW!! This is jaw dropping gorgeous and so VERY creative!!

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  5. I could wear and look exactly like her ........NOT............Lis

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  6. That dress fits the speedy part of the challenge. WOW. Just one question. How would you walk in it? The card is stunning.

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  7. That dress fits the speedy part of the challenge. WOW. Just one question. How would you walk in it? The card is stunning.

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  8. Your dress is AMAZING!!! LOVE all the roses and lovely touch of lace in the BG too. Great card!!

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  9. ohhhhlala!! what a gorgeous dress!! I love love it!! I have blog candy...hope you can join in!!

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  10. Super card, you were definitely inspired by the pictures!

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  11. This is a gorgeous card Nancy, I love your beautiful dress with all of the fabulous roses, brilliant idea.
    Pauline
    x

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  12. Wowsah and Hubba Hubba too! This is one gorgeous card my friend! I can only imagine how long it took to put together! I love the lace with those beautiful flowers! WD!!

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  13. oh wow so stunnning nancy.your dress looks fabulous, i love all the red roses and gorgeous rich red colours and design :D

    xx coops xx

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  14. Nancy, this is so pretty. I love how you added the roses to this dress. It's a knock out.

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  15. Ooo La La that is just exquisite. How beautiful this is. The rolled roses look amazing as a superlative design feature on the dress. How awesome is this! I am in awe!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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