Dress Form Screen Card – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

21 Feb
Dress Form Screen Card

Dress Form Screen Card

It is time for another design team project for The Cutting Cafe!  This time we could choose from the Dress Shaped Card, Dress Shaped Card 2, or Fun with Dress Forms which I used.  I love this file as I am a sewer and I love all things dress forms!  I decided to make a screen card.  These type screen are used as room dividers and you often find them in dressing rooms in fancy stores.  I thought a replica of a screen with dress forms was a cute idea.

I decided to use velum for the screen and in the two middle panels, I encased the dress from between two pieces of velum.  On the end panels I put the dress forms on the sides.  Here is a view looking down at it…

Dress Form Screen Card Top View

I used pearl bling on the front of the card along with some flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts and Alicia’s Glitz and More.  The pearl spray is a piece I have had in my stash my over 20 years.  I am trying to use what I have!

Dress Form Screen Card First Panel

The other panels have a gold dazzle sticker at the top and a white one at the bottom for just a touch of decoration.

Dress Form Screen Card Middle Panel

Dress Form Screen Card Last Panel

Be sure to stop by The Cutting Cafe Blog as we do design team posts on the 7th and 21st of each month.  There is always lots of inspiration!  Also, if you leave a comment, you will be in a drawing to win three free files as Regina, the owner, randomly pulls a name from the previous post’s comments.  Plus we love reading your comments!

Thanks for stopping by and of course I have a video for you before you go…

Upon request I also did a video tutorial on how to make this card…

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2 Responses to “Dress Form Screen Card – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project”

  1. regina easter February 21, 2015 at 10:01 am #

    Oh my word why didn’t I think of this. Such an original project. This is fantastic

  2. Tina Goodwin February 21, 2015 at 3:54 pm #

    Beautiful! Using the dress form with the screen card was a great idea!

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