Papillon Potpourri

Originally posted on September 13, 2014

Growing up I had a mom that could sew. She was very talented and one time she even made me a swimsuit! It was just as nice as the ones in the store! I was reflecting back about the clothing she had made for me and got to thinking about a polka-dotted dress that she made. I remember the fabric feeling very soft to my skin and I loved the large polka-dots and the color of the fabric, it was a muted cantaloupe crisp! I’ve owned several polka-dotted pieces of clothing over the years and always wore them until they were out of style.

So… here is a polka-dot card! Love those polka-dots! I used the Decorative Mask, Dots and Stripes, by Stampin’ Up! It is a great addition to anyone’s stamping supplies. You can sponge through the openings, spritz, trace, emboss, paint…just about anything! What a fun way to make a background for your cards or scrapbook pages.

Do you have the Decorative Mask?  Leave me a comment below and let me know how you have used it.

Stampin’ Up! Supplies


Papillon Potpourri (132058 wood; 123759 clear)
Tape It (130712 wood; 130715 clear)
Label Love (130619 wood; 130622 clear)


Whisper White Craft Pad (101731)
Tempting Turquoise Card Stock (102067); Ink (126952)
Eggplant Envy Card Stock (105126) Ink (126969)


Decorative Mask – Dots and Stripes (133775)
Artisan Label Punch (130920)
Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246)
Coastal Cabana Assortment Blendabilities (131000)
Gold Sequin Trim (132983)
Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

Like what you saw and what to create it yourself?  Click here to shop at my Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website 24/7!