I first stamped the dresses on the natural panel, then I stamped it again on 3 different designer papers all in the river rock shade. I cut out each dress, colored the clothespins with a brown marker, and attached the dresses to the natural panel over the stamping using dimensionals. I just got my Scor-Pal this week so I wanted to try that out. I scored a line on each side, intersecting at the corners. It really does work well. You just want to remember to have the card stock face down when you score so that it 'bumps' out in the front (ask me how I figured that out - there is one natural panel in my trash right now!). I used my piercer, graph and pad to pierce lines inside the scored lines all around. Then I sponged all around the edges and the stamping using River Rock ink. The sentiment circle is made with 2 stamps from PapertreyInk - the circle from Borders and Corners set and the sentiment from Faux Ribbon. I die cut it with an oval scalloped nestability and mounted it with dimensionals. I added a knot of ribbon and a glass bauble for a little interest.
So there's my 'old' fashion card for today's challenge - let me know what you think by clicking Comments below!