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#1 Posted : Thursday, May 05, 2011 2:05:55 PM(UTC)

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I made this layout using Forever Young for all the images, flowers, and fonts. The mats were cut form Plantin Schoolbook. It is quite different that what I usually make.
"The Diva" was cut at 10.99 inches- I made her skirt for the dress from pink polka dotted tulle from Hobby Lobby. (it is sold on a spool not a bolt). The font was cut at 1.87 inches twice- once in silver cardstock and once in K & I Sheer Delights Paper. The ribbon is from Michaels. Under each mat is a small saying form the Pink By Design Shopaholic Stamp Set.
They are: Women can do everything better in heels. Divas are not made, they're born. Everything is is better in PINK.
I have a full photo tutorial on how to make this no sew skirt on my blog here:Fabulous Layout

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#2 Posted : Monday, May 09, 2011 5:44:37 AM(UTC)

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Oh, girl, you better put pictures of yourself on this layout! Wonderful, simply wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing!
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OMG I so love this layout.
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Thanks for sharing. I'm going to use this as inspiration for a card for my daughter. I'm off to see your blog now with the tutorial.

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WOW ... I am loving this LO ... what a fabulous way to make the dress on your lady ... what gorgeous fabrick that is and so perfect for this LO!!! TFS
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How adorable! Great job! Laurie
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#8 Posted : Monday, August 20, 2012 1:04:39 PM(UTC)

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This layout is indeed wonderful and I really admire your innovation in taking the composition to a "3-D" place with the tactile elements (most significantly, the skirt).

Wonderful job and really inspires me to "think outside the box!"

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