I have to learn to give things a chance before reacting negatively. That is definitely self-knowledge that I am having to embrace. Yes, there was the incident with the Delicate Details Lace Tape, and we all know that I like the way that looks on cards, right? I had to 'fess up to that a short while ago.
There is also the matter of my reaction to the All Dressed Up stamp set and the co-ordinating Dressed Up framelits. I saw those and immediately thought they would be good for a one-time use and then gather dust. Each time I went past the page in the Spring Catalogue, I told myself the same thing. The problem is that each time I went past the page, my voice grew less convincing as I told myself that. Finally (yes, you've probably already guessed this) I wound up buying the bundle. When it arrived I was ambivalent and put it aside for another few weeks.
Yesterday evening I used the set. It was so much fun to "play dolls" and use this set. I can imagine all sorts of projects, too. Imagine a framed set of three or four dresses, all different, for a girl's room (or even for a dressing room if you're lucky enough to be one of the select few that owns one of those). I'm itching to try a few different projects!
This card is what they call an "easel" card, which means it stand up by itself to display the front, like an easel. I really enjoy making this type of card and also the twisted easel variety.
The little "DREAM" statuette is not part of the card but seemed appropriate.