All your wishes

I haven't played along in a Hero Arts monthly challenge for a long time, and this months challenge finally got me to get around to it. :)

The challenge is "Creatures, Cards for Kids, or/and Make a Scene". Make a scene - I soooo love doing this! When I saw the word 'scene', I immediately thought of a Disney princess dressmaking scene, so I mixed up a lot of different Hero Arts sets to make that little princess dress-making scene I envisioned...

Instead of writing a super duper long blog post with how I made this scene, I just made a video - it's been awhile since we've had a chat anyways. ;)

And some close-ups...

I'm a little obsessed with glitter lately, so if I haven't warned you yet (I can't remember if I have already), look out for more blog posts containing glittery cards. :)

I don't know if you can see it, but the Starburst Lace stamp is stamped very faintly on the bottom part of the dress...

Well, I'm off - first day of volleyball practices - two hours less each day to spend sitting on my rear end staring at paper goodies. ;)
Have a great day!

Card recipe
Cardstock: LSS
Patterned paper: K&Company, Fancy Pants
Stamps: Hero Arts "Sew Artsy", "Sending Happy Thoughts", "Mi Casa", "Starburst Lace", "Tree, Birds and Messages" and "Sending Smiles Messages"
Ink: Ranger "Walnut Stain" and "the All Essential Glue-Pad"
Other: glitter (Martha Stewart), ribbon

Tools: trimmer, adhesive, scissors, sewing machine


  1. Very cute and clever card, Clare! I love the many
    different and unexpected ways that you used your

  2. This is adorable Clare!! I love it!

  3. Clare, this is such a cute card! I love the subtle stamping in the dress AND the glitter (love the glitter!). Great way to use the Cinderella inspiration...so clever!

  4. Fabulous Clare. Very clever in your use of some of the stamps.

  5. fabulous idea! this is super duper cute, Clare!


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