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Which Disney Princess Will I Bee Today?

I made these costumes a year ago using the Dress Up Framelits from Stampin' Up! 130101. Some of the punches and colors are now retired. This is one of those projects that got almost finished and then my knees got so bad. 

I tried to get a non shadow panoramic but that would have to wait until daylight and then not likely to get done. 

Not going to post entire supply list, as some of it is retired. The framelit is still available. If you would like cards made for your daughters birthday party as me. 

Again, this was a year ago. Now Merida has been replaced with the new Frozen princess and Jasmine and Aurora have updated wardrobes. 

The first, and in my opinion, only true princess - Cinderella. 




Snow White



Her dress sparkles. 



Little Mermaid 


Yes I actually delicately laced up her dress. 

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed the Disney Princess series. Guess I need to add one more. Someday. 

Happy stamping, Sandy 


cissylovato said…
would love to have the instructions on how to do the Cinderella dress as well as all the others. Do you sell the instructions?. My Daughter is 37 and loves all the Disney Princess's. Her nickname since birth has been Princess.
NeedsARibbon said…
cissylovato I hope the instructions I posted today May 24, 2014 will help you. No I do not at this point have published instructions. I did post a list of recommended supplies.


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