Friday, September 2, 2011

Paper Couture XII: Make a Paper Dress

I love making paper dresses. They can be such fun not to mention challenging. Today's project is definitely fun with very little challenge. Below is a free template with my compliments!

free paper dress template - click to download
Now, grab your scissors, some decorative paper and your favorite adhesive and get ready to follow along! Please send me a link to your finished projects, I would love to take a peek!


Note: Please do not re-post or distribute my templates. If you write about this project you may grab the dress image in the post below as long as you link back to me and direct your readers to this post to download material.



17 comments:

  1. Elaine Allen (veallen6@optonline.net)September 2, 2011 at 3:33 PM

    Kellie -

    Thanks so much for the template and the video tutorial. I so love this dress, just beautiful. You are such an excellent teacher. Thank you!

    Elaine

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  2. this is lovely, such a great tutorial.
    thank you
    wendy

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  3. Great tutorial! My daughter [6yrs] and I really enjoyed making these. I have upload pics here http://www.flickr.com/photos/sonyaok/6284867345/in/photostream
    Thanks for sharing. God bless. Sonya

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  4. Great little pattern. Thanks for sharing. Come see my blog I have a nice giveaway going on! Spread the news.

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  5. Hi Kellie -

    You are so creative and talented!!! Thank you for the wonderful video tutorial!! I pinned to my Pinterest board so I can stop by your blog again... ;)

    -pamela

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    1. Hi Pamela,

      Thank you so much for the comment. Now following one of your gorgeous Pinterest boards. ;)

      xoxo
      ~Kell

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  6. I love these outfits and find that your tutorials and patterns are just great. I had no trouble following along. Thought I would share a link to a Cowgirl outfit that I made. http://blueskyscrapping.blogspot.ca/2012/07/cowgirl-outfit-in-honour-of-calgary.html I can't wait to make more!! Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

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    1. Thank you so much, Linda. I just paid you a visit and that dress is adorable!

      Readers, if you get the chance, please pop over to Linda's blog and have a peek at her cowgirl dress. It will make you smile for sure.

      xoxo
      ~Kell

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  7. Hi Kellie -

    I really like all your corset .. I make it myself too .. http://cheondiaries.blogspot.com/p/paper-art.html . It's not too beautiful as the other .

    ~Max~

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  8. I wish much the full tutorial with the pattern. This is my email: vina_rani2001@yahoo.com.

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  9. Not sure if that posted??
    Was just wondering if you have ever added sleeves to your dresses and if that would be easy to do?

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    1. Hi Cloudy,

      I have added a little bit of sleeve to some of my dresses but I've never added long sleeves. These things are too tiny to let myself get wrapped up in trying to make a sleeve. It wouldn't be impossible. If I were going to do something like that I would probably use a very light weight paper or fabric.

      Hope that helps some.

      Cheers!
      Kellie

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  10. Your couture paper dress are just out of this world. I enjoy watching your videos. You are so creative. Beautiful

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  11. All of your dresses are beautiful, thank you for the tutorials.

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    1. Thank you so much, Doris. I'm glad you are enjoying them.

      Kellie

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  12. This is fabulous!! THANKS so very much for sharing with us! Can't wait to try it out!

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~Kellie