The first time I saw this set, I was reminded of a music box I had as a young girl. It was shiny black, pearl flowers and when I opened it, there was a dancer in a pink dress that popped up and twirled to the music.
That’s what inspired this suspension card using the Beautiful You stamp set. This was one of my displays back in November for the Atlanta On Stage event for SU. (see my original post here of all the samples https://lindastamps.wordpress.com/2016/11/09/video-beautiful-you-watercolor-dress/)
It’s a larger card, 5×5, so I made a coordinating envelope from the Pop Of Pink designer paper from Stampin’ Up and the Envelope punch board.
I needed a circle big enough for my window so I used my Sliding Star framelit, since it cut a 3-1/2″ hole. I layered the DSP on the card stock first, then cut the hole.
I aligned the cut hole over my card, traced my circle and then cut the same size hole in the card.
I added some twine with Tear Tape (strong tape!) and attached 2 stamped circles (about 3-1/4′ size) to each side of the twine string.
For her pink dress, I stamped her on the Pop Of Pink paper and fussy cut her out by hand then glued her dress and hat onto the stamped image.
I hope you give it a try!
Here are the main supplies I used: