There are so many cards that I love and have decided to narrow down to three. Initially, I wanted to do the yellow/ black or the pink cards because they are my style but decided against it because it's too much in my comfort zone.
The pink base card is distressed in worn lipstick and barn door. The manuscript background is from HA and the sentiment is from Tim Holtz which are stamped in soft granite and smokey gray respectively. The butterflies are all from HA Antique Engraving which are stamped in worn lipstick to keep the in line with the background colours.
As for the skirt, I used Waltzing Mouse Large Doily which is white heat embossed on vellum twice so as to make a two-layer skirt. The mannequin is lightly stamped in soft granite with the manuscript background and lightly distressed in ice spruce so that it doesn't look too "bare". As Brenda added a pink ribbon on the waist because she has a black skirt, I decided to use a white rig rag to wrap around the waist. The final touch for the mannequin is given a pinky necklace.
Brenda has made her own flower which I can't, so I cheated by using my indispensable cuttlebug to help me with this flower which is alternated with pink felt and white paper which give a little more texture to the whole. The branch is from HA Floral Stamp and Die Cut.