dress card

I don’t come up with ideas on my own. I wish I did, but I don’t. Pinterest is my friend. So when I came across these dress cards, I knew I had to make one.

Check out this site:


I basically used the template to draw an svg in inkscape and then I imported it into Make the Cut.

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I cut it out on some pretty DCWV paper and then tied a green ribbon on it. For the background I used some Martha punches to give it a more girly look.

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Because the card has some depth, I don’t think it could go in a regular envelope, but they make those box envelopes that would work perfectly.

Here’s another view so you can see how the folds were done. 20160316-File Mar 16, 5 31 27 PM

Anyway, it was a quick and easy card to make and I’m sure it would make a great birthday, thank you or shower card, depending on what you stamp inside.

Machine used:

KNK Zing

speed: 10/10

force: 100+ (I wouldn’t recommend using my settings. I need to change my blade and haven’t)


cardstock, plain

cardstock, dcwv (Hippie Chic stack)

green ribbon

glue stick


I will email the creator of the template and ask if I can share the file as an MTC file, if you are interested. I don’t want to share it without permission, even though I drew it differently.

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About deb_m

By day, a teacher. By night, a geeky crafter. I have one hubby, 2 kids, and 4 dogs. I like to take pictures and like it even more when they don't suck. I use a KNK Maxx 24" machine, a Zing, and a Cameo.

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