|Colours used - blushing bride and pink pirouette, pear pizzazz and wild wasabi. The background is embossed using the petals-a-plenty embossing folder # 116824.|
All I did was punch out an owl, with the owl punch and cut the feet off. Turn the owl upside down and use the 1" cirlce punch to shape the bodice of the dress. Hide the ears of the owl under the ovals of the skirt. To tidy the look, add pearls, rhinestones or ribbon. Great for little girls, but what about big girls?
Scallop Oval Punch
For adults who love thier fashion ... the scallop oval punch is gorgeous
Scallop Circle Punch
I am not so sure about this card, so this photo might not stay long...
I do however love the dress, again cut from a scallop circle and this does work with any size scallop circle - sooooooooo cute, this is what started my dress punch art search, and here is the web address to look at how it was done. Scallop Circle dress
So which other punches can you use for a dress? Play with the blossom petals builder punch for another shaped skirt, and the full heart punch, ornament punch, and rounded tab punch for different bodice looks.
The dress ideas were sourced from the SU Demonstrator site, and I once again thank the contributors for their inspiration - I hope it inspires you too.