Paper Dress Card Template & Tutorial & Introducing “Template Tuesday”
Check out this paper dress card! It’s been awhile since I’ve created an “out-of-the-box” paper craft project. I’ve been so caught up with creating greeting cards that I started to miss my true passion of creating something out of nothing.
Remember when I was a contestant on “So You Think You’re Crafty”? I made projects for weekly challenges and ended up placing second! If it weren’t for that competition, I never would have created my favorite project of all time…the paper cake!
I loved the challenge to create a new thing every week based on a certain theme. Fast-forward to the present where I have decided to challenge myself to create a new “out-of-the-box” paper craft project every week. This week, I’ve created a template and tutorial for this fun paper dress card.
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The skirt folds up and the inside is the perfect size to fit a gift card. You can add a piece of card stock with a message, too. What’s the best part about a paper dress template? You can use it over and over and over again to make dresses and make your own paper dolls! How fun is that? That’s what makes this paper dress card template appropriate not only for paper crafters, but for card-makers, too!
I used Stampin’ Up!’s Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper and Pool Party 3/8″ Glitter Ribbon for my paper dress card, but obviously, you can use any Designer Series Paper that you’d like to use. The possibilities are endless!!
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