4.09.2011

Lawn Fawn Intro: "Happily Ever After"

Hello and welcome to the first post of Lawn Fawn's April inspiration week! We are just so excited about this week! We have four stamp sets, and they will be revealed on April 14th at 12:01 am EDT and until then we will have fun posts and giveaways and lots of inspiration!

We already have one place you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!

ALSO, there are some amazing Lawn Fawn giveaways going on all over the web!
AND today's post too! :)
(Wowza! That's a lot of chances to win!)


Today is our showcase of "Happily Ever After". This 4" x 6" set is perfect for wedding, bridal shower and engagement projects and also other events, too! The design team has made the most amazing samples!  I also have a little video on the bottom showcasing some fun ways of using these sets!

Remember to click on the person's name or card to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love! :)

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Nichol's card is just stunning! The perfect white wedding dress! I adore the way she used velum to layer the skirt and the pearled top! There is such wonderful texture on this card! The congrats and glasses on the inside are just the icing on the cake!

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Julie's gorgeous card shows that this set is perfect for anniversaries, too! The colors are absolutely amazing on this card! I just love them! This is a perfect card to celebrate such a wonderful occasion! Using Sophie's Sentiments is perfect for making this wedding set celebrate anniversaries for years to come!

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Lea is just wowza! The paper, the velum the gorgeous paper pieced dress with a glittered top! Love it! Wish I owned that dress! :) She has shown that this set can definitely get a little shabby vintage, and it is just perfect! I love the flagged piece for the sentiment!

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Tiffany's layout is just perfect! Her dress story is so sweet and isn't Tiffany the most gorgeous bride?! I love that she created custom embellishments for her page by hanging the dress off that adorable hanger and custom coloring the bells. Her big journaling block is wonderful! This set is perfect for wedding layouts of your own wedding or when you are attending one! :)

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Latisha's card is clean and classic and just perfect! The great thing about this card is you could take this layout and customize the colors to fit the wedding you are going too! I just love her shading on the bells and that great lace peaking out from behind.

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Teri's card is fairytale magic! That's right, this set can be used for princess-type cards, too! The bird from Fly Free is helping this princess along. I just love these colors and the way she used the hearts and music note from the set. Disney: I think Teri has a new movie pitch! :)

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Lynnette's card is so pretty! I love the antiquing on the dress. Absolutely gorgeous! The pink belt with the bow and rhinestone is so pretty! The papers and doily and flower just make this card, and the floating rhinestones just make it that more perfect!

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Chan's card is so much fun! The dress was stamped on fabric paper which gives it perfect texture! This could be a wedding card or also a prom or quinceaƱera or a princess card! I just adore that flower, and the tone on tone with the die cut and card base. Just perfectly springy and happy!

Make sure you click on each of the design team's names or pictures to go to their blogs and see the details of how they made their cards. You will walk away inspired for sure!

Now, I have a little video for you showing this set in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.





I hope you have enjoyed this sneak peek of "Happily Ever After". Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it's giveaway time! Leave me a comment telling me what your wedding outfit looked like or what you would like it to look like by April 13th at 10:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Monday April 11th, at 12:01am EDT for our next sneak peek day!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement about our inspiration week! Your comments, tweets and facebook and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! I think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love our Fawnies! :)
Stamps: Lawn Fawn (Happily Ever After)
Thank you so much for visiting! Big big hugs to you!
Have an amazing day,

206 comments:

  1. My husband and I had a quick wedding in Las Vegas and we both wore jeans. I don't regret it one minute! Love these images. You DT is GREAT!!!!

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  2. My dress was a princess poof ball. Loved it at the time. :)

    This is such an adorable set, Kelly!!! Oh, I so hope I win!

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  3. Great cards! I really love all the different versions of the dress! So many great ideas!
    My dress was a size 5.... egads I was tiny! I can't even recall all the details on it; would have to look at it again! But it was full-length, white with lots of lace!
    That was in 1977! Got married at South Shore, Nevada with the Reverend Love officiating.
    DeniseB

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  4. My mom made my dress, so was extra special. I absolutely love this set, I'm always stumped with wedding/anni/congrats cards and this is a great go to !!

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  5. I actually found my wedding dress at a thrift store for $40!! We were married at a hot spring lodge and my dress was vintage style. My hubby ware a suit/jacket was western tails & a bolo tie! It was so beautiful!! Good things can come in small packages...(like Lawn Fawn stamps)..too bad for Tiffany tho!!

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  7. I stayed up extra late to be able to see the new stamps and I'm so happy I did---the set is adorable!! And I loved watching your video--you mentioned so many ways to use the stamps that now I can't wait to get it! My wedding dress is going to be Red (i'm Indian) and awesomely sparkly!

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  8. what a fun set! I love all the projects! My wedding dress was very simple, it was a long A line dress with some beading on the top and full at the bottom. It was perfect for dancing!

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  9. Love all the samples! The DT did really fabulously on this one!

    I had a big white strapless wedding dress and had a lace up back. I still have it, not sure what to do with it though.

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  10. It's a gorgeous set! My wedding dress was custom made and had criss-crossed cording in the front and tied up in the back to match my knock-off "JLo" boots (we got married in December in Vancouver - it was a given it would probably rain and I wasn't going to be wearing strappy little sandals!). I had a "fur" coat made to wear with it - I loved every bit of it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. I'm not sure what I want my wedding dress to look like... but I guess simple is best!

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  12. I'm still single but I'd love to have a lace skin tight wedding dress, with capped sleeves with a gorgeous low neckline (that's not too revealing). Haha yea I've thought this out carefully.. Thank you for the giveaway! `=]

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  13. we got married at the court house, but it was still awesome. My friend made my dress and it was knee length and oh so cute... just like that lovely stamp... =) it was pale yellow with beautiful beading on it.

    great inspiration.. and thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  14. I'm from Hawaii and met my husband when he was a Marine stationed there. We got married in Hawaii as soon as he returned from deployment and I got the cheapest dress that was my size and it worked out great. The power of Ebay back in 2002 and my wonderful neighbor who fitted it for me! :)

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  15. Umm, Im not married and thats a tought qn! Im thinking a long flowing white dress with gorgeous details like laces, crystals and flowers :D love the new stamp set! Its a must-have!

    Hugs,
    Khin

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  16. I got married last year in a very traditional red Indian outfit called "lehnga". would love for you to me here http://ujjwal-handmadewithlove.blogspot.com/2010/07/my-apologies-and-candy-winner.html

    This set is really cute and your video gives so many ideas:)

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  18. My dress was creamy off white with beaded work and empire waist with a-line skirt. We got married in a country church where my hubby's parents were married more than 60 hrs ago.

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  19. im so excited for this april release! and it just come so gorgeous. i love the new set :) one day when i get married i want to wear a long simple pearl white dress with long simple veil. i love white flowers too :D

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  20. My wedding dress was an off-the-shoulder candlelight white dress by St. Patrick. It had all kinds of beading on the bodice and it was just gorgeous. The prettiest dress I'd ever seen.

    Thanks for the great video showcasing this fabulous set! I love how you've made it so versatile. The design team samples were simply AMAZING.

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  21. My wedding dress was custom-made bustier cut in off-white duchess satin with Swarovski crystals sewn along the bustier border and a layer of organza was added behind from the waist down to the train for a dreamy feel.

    This stamp set will be great for me to do a card for my sister's upcoming wedding.

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  22. I am not married and honestly not sure what I would want it to look like... something simple and clean and elegant. :) I adore this set! :)

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  23. LOVE this set!! Would be great for finishing some pages of my wedding. My dress was a traditional dress ... just got married for the 2nd time 10-1-10 :) :) :)

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  24. I found a "princess" dress for my wedding almost 7 years ago. It was an outdoor wedding, so I did not have a train.

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  25. Awesome cards!!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!!!
    I'm not married, but I want biiig beautiful dress :)

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  26. I love my dress to this day, four years later! It was a gorgeous, shantung, pintuck skirt ball gown with an ivory silk sash! I may need to go put it on now, lol!

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  27. Wow! that's all I can say!! I have to say, I love love the font on the sentiments...Wish I could have that font everywhere!! Its sooo pretty!!
    My wedding outfit was a sari..white and red and loads of bling on it...this brings back loads of happy memories for me!!!
    Thanks for such a cute set!

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  28. I didn't have the 'dream wedding' - the man I was in love with was going to be stationed overseas unexpectedly and the only way we could stay together was if we got married, so we had a civil service with the Justice of the Peace at City Hall. I bought a new strapless white eyelet sundress that cost $19.99 and that was 'my dress'. Your image and the DT's creations are much fancier. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. Yay weddings! The DT samples are so pretty! My wedding dress-I wish I could do it over! Yikes!

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  30. Wow! So many give aways!! =D. Can't wait for release day!

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  31. A good friend is a fashion designer he made a custom white sleeveless dress, a simple A frame. That had a white lace short sleeve jacket and it had along red sash that went around the midsection and tied in the back. Just perfect. Thank you John (the designer)! And Thank you Kelly for all your cool stuff.

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  32. My daughter just got married last weekend! She looked sooo beautiful! If you would like to see some pics head over to my blog!! When I got married my dress had sleeves with lace to the elbow and then medieval style to the wrist- I still love it! Thanks for a chance to win!!

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  33. My dress had a lovely beaded and laced bodice with long sleeves. It was quite beautiful in its day, and it was actually comfortable to wear, too! Thank you for a chance to win!

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  34. I think I would like a clean and simple a-line dress, with pleated, gorgeous fabric =)

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  35. Mine would be a princess dress! Has to have some pink in it and lots of layers, poofyness hahaha

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  36. beautiful stamsp!! my wedding dress will be simple but I will go crazy with the accessories! :)

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  37. I sadly never got a chance to have the wedding I always wanted - just a quick service at the Registry Office. Still remember my dress - a long black tank dress with tiny white flower print and I wore a long white linen shirt over it. I think I still have both packed away somewhere!

    Thanks for the chance to win such an adorable set!

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  38. My dress was long & flowing, loaded with beads. Love this stamp set! So many fun uses. Thanks.

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  39. Love the DT projects!! My wedding dress was a-line and had lots of flowing layers and covered in tiny polka dots - its called dotted swiss. It was so girly ;-)

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  40. My dress was a rather cheap christmas dress I bought in Sydney, Australia. We were backpacking there (we are from The Netherlands). I stuffed it in my backpack, we flew to Matamanoa Island Resort in Fiji where we got married and lived in luxury for a week. After 8 days we packed up our backpacks again for another few moths of traveling and sleeping in hostels in New Zealand. We had a blast!

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  41. I looove my wedding dress. White satin halter with pale blue embroidery & beads all over. V in front, corset back with just enough train to bustle. I saw it in a mag & once I realized it was plus sized, nothing else would do.

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  42. Lovely set with lots of Gorgeous cards and great video by DT and you.
    My wedding dress was Red with fine n shimmery Gold work all over.

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  43. I had the full traditional style white wedding dress in a US size 2, which I had taken in because it was too big for me. That was 19 years ago tomorrow. My anniversary is tomorrow!!!

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  44. The set is so gorgeous :) I had worn a traditional saree for my wedding being an Indian :)

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  45. I dream about a haltertop off-white dress. Simple but stunning...

    This year my little sister is going to get married. This post makes me want to stmap some pretty things for her!

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  46. I would like a white dress, elegant and simple, strapless neckline perhaps.
    Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  47. Super amazing samples from the DT - as always! Wow!!

    My wedding dress was beautiful. Long sleeve, sequins & beads (which is not usually something i'd like, but I loved it), long train... it looked like a disney princess dress.

    Funny story, when we walked back in to be announced as man & wife, the person who was holding the door for us closed it too early & my dress got caught & it was the perfect embarrassing moment... they're calling us 2-3 times & I'm stuck IN THE DOOR! My bodice got torn :(, so I had 2 walk in holding the train. In the end my mom & aunts had to rig it (and it worked-thank God) so it held the train. Yea, a little embarrassing...

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  48. Great samples from the DT. 30 years ago I wore my mothers wedding dress, it was custom made for her by one of her friends and then altered to fit me by the same lady. The only regret I have is that I did not wear a hoop under it as my mother did.

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  49. My wedding dress was sleeveless with pearls around the waist and a small train. I absolutely loved that dress and I hope that one of my daughters would like to wear it when they get married (though I'm in no rush for that day to come, they're still very young and I would love for them to stay that way for a long time).
    The stamps are beautiful. My nephew is getting married in May and I would love to use those stamps. The cards and layouts are amazing.

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  50. My dress was a simple off-white gown with some pearls and NO train. I wanted something easy to move in and comfortable!

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  51. I had a beautiful,long dress, long sleeves. Little pearls on it. I made my own veil. I loved my dress! :-)

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  52. I'd like it to look like your magical cinderella dress, simple yet beautiful!

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  53. I love these! My dress was actually a 20 pound dress of beads and tulle (I thought it was like a fairy princess dress before I even tried it on!) I remember going home and crying because it was too expensive. My hubby immediately said that if we had to take out a loan we would so that I could have the dress I wanted -- now THAT's love coming from a man who has never owed a penny in his life! I ended up giving up some other things in order to keep us from going into debt for a dress, and I still love it and it makes me remember why I married my husband in the first place!

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  54. So glad you have created a wedding set! My wedding was last weekend!!!! My dress was white with silver beading all along the top and down the side. There was a lace inlay in the train with beading all over it and it laced up the back. And I carried a purple bouquet. I have promised my blogger friends pictures when I get them back, hopefully next week!!! Yay! I used many lawn fawn stamps when creating things for my wedding. We had a milk & cookie theme so Cozy Christmas came in very handy. :)

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  55. I loved my wedding dress, satin and organza with tiny pearls sewn all over and it had long bell sleeves

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  56. I had a crocheted top and simple A-lined skirt with a slight train. Love your stamps!

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  57. Luis and I had a registry office wedding. I wore a simple black and white dress. Since I'm not a dress girl at all my only requirement for the dress was that I not feel awkward in it and thankfully I found one that made me feel comfortable and pretty.

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  58. i bought a wedding dress and then added some green satin ribbon for a drop waist effect - the same green fabric from my bridesmaid dresses. we were married on the beach! it was so fun!!

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  59. I had a beautiful dress that pretty much looked like a slip, I basically floated around in the silk dress... it was very simple, but fit the day perfectly.

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  60. I need this set! So many weddings coming up this summer and the following year. Mine will be 3 years in November. I wore a strapless A line dress with a lace/beaded shaw. It was beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win :)
    -Suzy suzyq28024@gmail.com

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  61. LOOOOOVE this stamp set!!! You made some GORGEOUS creations with it!! My wedding dress was lacy. I put the long train of my dress up for the ceremony, so it was more princess-like. But since we had our ceremony in the mountains, I took the train down, climbed up some BIG rocks with my hubby and several other people helping me, and took some gorgeous pictures with my train flowing down the side of the rock! LOVED it!!!!

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  62. Absolutely love this set and how versatile the dress stamp is! My would be wedding dress is strapless and very fitted at the top and poofy and flowing at the bottom with a simple glittery beading on the top :)

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  63. Ok. Funny story. I bought my wedding dress when I was 18 years old. I saw it in the window and knew that is the dress i wanted to get married in! (Didn't know it was going to take 12 years to get married, lol). I love it. Classic, off the shoulder. Clean and simple! I still have it! I love how I could swish from side to side.... The back had a small bow and little roses that dangled. Very subtle. Oh, you are making me want to open it up and try it on, lol!!!!

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  64. Well I wore my Aunt's Wedding dress when I got married. It was a beautiful white gown with lace. These projects are fabulous!! Great Set!

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  65. My dress was long, soft, flowing and had gorgeous sheer sweeping sleeves that went to the ground...I felt like a fairy princess!

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  66. My wedding dress is beautiful yet simple...fitted at the top, flowy shiffon not gathered from about my ribs down to my feet with just a bit of a fish tail...still love it and would not change a thing. Just like I would not change a thing about this new stamp set is sooo cute and perfect. I heart Lawn and Fawn.

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  67. Hmmmm...which one? LOL Think I'll go w/ the first, which a gorgeous princess-type couture gown covered in crystals and pearls, off the shoulders, and a looooong train. My dress was so dreamy (unlike the marriage...hehe). If there's a third, it will be a simple, yet classy number in Vegas! However, at this point, not thinking there will be another dress....=[ Oh, well. I do ADORE this set, though! I am fast becoming addicted to Lawn Fawn stamps and only have one set (plus one) that I JUST got yesterday and can't wait to get more. LOVE.

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  68. I had a pretty standard long sleeved gown. Looking back, it wasn't anything special, but the guy I married 22 years ago sure is!

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  69. ah....i'm seeing this set in a different light now! these are great ideas and each DT member used it so creatively!
    my wedding dress was pretty plain & simple in the front but in the back, i had the most beautiful beading on the bottom half of my dress. the back is what most of the guests saw anyways during the ceremony so why not have it be beautiful & interesting! :)

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  70. I got married in the South Pacific so I wore a traditional Sarong and my husband had a matching shirt made of the same material.

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  71. My wedding dress is exactly the same as shown in this stamp set - just that it is in two piece rather than one piece! It was rented from the wedding shop and I really like it! Great designs from the DT and thanks for the video inspirations!

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  72. How lovely! Seems the stamp is very versatile!
    My wedding dress was actually a creamy white suit... :-)

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  73. Wonderful Wedding dresses!!!:). ..love them all:)..In India, we wear Sarees in our weddings.

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  74. I just love this set!! My wedding dress was a white halter with lots of beadwork at the top and all along the dress to the train. I knew it was the one as soon as I had tried it on :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  75. My husband and I married young (we were 20 and 21) and opted not to have a traditional wedding so I didn't have a traditional wedding dress. We decided to save the money for a fun honeymoon instead. :)

    I love the new set and the samples are just beautiful!

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  76. I had a very simple dress- I still love that it was very classic looking!!! Our anniversary is this week! What fun timing of this set!

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  77. I love this stamp set! If I were to get married, I would probably wear a dress that I could later use for other special occasions.

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  78. woohoo i luv this dress! this is the kind of dress i want to wear! :-)

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  79. Today is our 12 year anniversary since our first date and we are getting married this midsummer! My dress is a awesome halterneck Marilyn Monroe-esque bright GREEN ensamble that my husband to be bought me on the day he proposed :)

    Love todays reveal! <3

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  80. Adorable card inspiration!! I love the look of what the fab DT has come up with.
    My dress was the most beautiful thing you ever saw - still is ;)
    It's strapless, big Aline skirted and I wore a big hooped underskirt for full swooshyness! White silk, and with a top floaty layer of organza sewn with satin ribbon and tons of crystals. My dream dress as I'm nuts for ribbon! Sounds weird to describe it but take a peek here:
    http://justsomestuffimade.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/some-things-to-share/
    It's so fun to read tales of these gorgeous dresses and dreams of dresses to come! Hugs, Ruth S

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  81. Love these examples! So pretty and so diverse. My wedding dress was a traditional wedding dress with a long train, lace up back, and beautiful beading. My mom made my veil!

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  82. Gorgeous cards! Love that little dress!! My wedding dress was simple floral sleeveless that I bought at Nordtrom's. We were married in my brother's log home so it was very informal!

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  83. Another great set with a lot of versatility! My dress was very simple floor length since we got married on the beach in Maui. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  84. The design of your images and fonts are so well suited to one another and really evoke a certain feeling. Just perfect.

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  85. I wore my mom's wedding dress and I loved it! I had always loved it in pictures and it made such a special connection for my mom & I on my wedding day. This set looks fabulous - especially since my nephew is getting married next month!

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  86. just a little poof and a small bow on the back. Clean and simple.
    LOVE the dress image for that stamp! Just lovely!

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  87. I wore an incredibly simple, a-line halter wedding dress in soft white. The only embellishment was a pintuck belt and large white ribbon rose.

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  88. My dream dress would be simple & elegant, but comfortable ... for celebrating after the ceremony! ;-)

    Love this stamp set, even more after seeing all the ideas in your video!!

    P.S. I had to chuckle at the thought of wearing my mother's dress ... 'cuz she's 5'2" and I'm 5'10". LOL

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  89. We got married in South Lake Tahoe, on the beach...so my vision was linen and I found the perfect v-neck linen dress with a chevron design pin-tuck detail on the entire dress...perfect.

    Charmaine

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  90. My dress was strapless with lace all over it and small train. I loved it!
    What a great set for weddings! another must have!

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  91. That set is so pretty! I would love to win it, thank you! :)

    My wedding outfit was a knee-length white dress with a sheer overskirt that had a train in the back that went a little past my feet. I wore strappy silver sandals and a short white veil. My flowers were a mix of lilies. :)

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  92. This is such a fabulous set, Kelly! my wedding dress, was a strapless, lacy straight dress that's simple,elegant & oh so comfy! I didn't want to take it off! :)

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  93. It's the little images you include that send these sets over the top for me. LOVE them! I'm still waiting (impatiently) for my forever guy (hurry up already!) and don't really know what kind of dress I'd like, but I know it will be classic and gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  94. Wow these cards are gorgeous! I lve this set :) My wedding dress was a white A-line with blue trim under the bust and a long blue train, I really loved it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  95. My hubby and I were really really broke when we got married, so I never did have a "proper" wedding dress in the sense that I bought one specifically for weddings. I bought a nice off white dress from Sears, and that's what I wore. If my hubby and I were to do the ceremony again, and we had money, I'd get a nice modified A line dress. Simple, but elegant.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  96. i like the dress in this set. My dress was white with a sequined bodess. i love that you asked this question. it was fun to read the other responses. thanks for the giveaway.

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  97. What a gorgeous set! I really love the style of the dress, and the sentiments are so cute :)

    If I'd get married I'd probably go for an a-line dress, but definitely with lots of sparkle! :)

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  98. I just love Chan's card with the dress -- such fun!! This will be a great new set.

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  99. I have been married less than a year and I was 49 years old! My dress was cream with chiffon sleeves, lots of beads & trim and a full skirt. I wish I could wear it more than one day!

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  100. So, so gorgeous samples!! Every project is amazing!!! Great inspiration ;)

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  101. My dress was a knee length with a jacket that was knee length and the sleeves were sheer so that you could see thur them

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  102. This set looks super cute! And I LOVE all of the samples!! My wedding dress was a very simple white dress with an open back and a little sparkle on the top. That was almost 11 years ago and I STILL LOVE that dress!

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  103. I already have this set and love it! It's great for anything formal or special occasions. My hubby and I only had our parents at our wedding, so my dress was just a floor-length open-backed champaigne colored dress. I still love that dress (if only I could still fit into it ;). Thanks!

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  104. Beautiful stamp set!

    My dress had a lot of hand sewed beading. Very delicate looking. The best part is, I had it made into little girl and boy baptismal outfits that I hope gets passed on from generation to generation.

    andsal01 at hotmail dot com

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  105. Adorable set. As you mentioned, there are so many possibilities for this set. I love the dress! My wedding dress was off the shoulders with lots of pearls and a train (not too long). I married my prince charming....

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  106. Love this one Kelly Marie. Happily Everr After is the set for me. I'm also wanting Lunar Lights and Say Cheese, Say Cheese 2 and Criiters in the forest..."Someday my stamps will come!" (A Disney Fan)

    MaryAnn N.

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  107. My wedding dress was simple and beautiful and technically a bridesmaid's dress that I just fell in love with- and the best part was it only cost $300!! Yay!
    Can't wait to see this wedding set!

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  108. Your stamp sets rock....I love the dress its beautiful...I had a halter dress with a little beading at the v neck and around the waist....I cant wait to see all 4 sets...Mary Ann

    mkeiper72@yahoo.com

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  109. My wedding dress was exactly how I envisioned it. Lots of embroidery and pearls and bling! Hahaha...Still love it to this day! And this stamp set is absolutely wonderful!!

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  110. Great examples! My wedding dress was a long white dress that was pleated below the bust.

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  111. Stunning cards!! As for a wedding outfit....I always dress pretty plain so I went all out with my wedding dress!! Ivory with LOTS of beadwork and all the gatherings at the bottom...not sure what they are called? And it was strapless.....cut in a V in the back. 4 years later I STILL get compliments on it!! :)

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  112. Hi Kelly! This is SUCH a cute set and I just love what the DT did with it! My wedding dress was lacy and tiered and had a cool sweetheart neckline and lace straps! It was perfect, as was our wedding day! =)

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  113. I love this new set, and the DT did an awesome job. Love the video too! ;)

    My wedding dress ... wow, I was a size 3 back then and haven't seen that size since I gave birth to my son. He was worth it! It was very traditional ... white silk v-neck with lace covering the cleavage with a lovely lace choker like colar. The sleaves were all lace with the same choker design at my wrists. I still love it! My daughter will never wear it ... :( ... so when my son has his first born I will probably use the material to create something for my first grandchild. ;)

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  114. Such a versatile set! With a wedding coming up in October, I'd love this set!

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  115. I got married just shy of one year ago! Just watching all those wedding-inspired cards brings back so many memories of all the dresses I wore. Yup, I not only wore 'the white dress' but wore three traditional Cambodian outfits and one red Chinese dress. Although it was one crazy day, filled with numerous dress changes for each type of ceremony, I wouldn't change one thing. All the dresses were absolutely gorgeous! :)

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  116. I love the dress from this set and what your designers have done with it on their stunning projects!

    My own wedding dress was ivory silk shantung, off the shoulder with accent pearls sewn into the fitted bodice. I knew it was "the one" as soon as I saw it.
    Funny, it took several months before I knew my now-husband was "the one"! ;) Well, our marriage has lasted 15+ years, so the wedding day was a good start.

    Thanks for the chance to win this lovely stamp set!

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  117. i wore a white dress with a sweetheart neckline and a full skirt that had starbust gathers.it was so pretty.

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  118. Love the video,helps you think outside the square.
    Jane

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  119. I would love to have a non-traditional/non-white wedding dress. My dream wedding would take place on the beach where the dress would have the same visual elements of the ocean.

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  120. Oh, i forgot to add that i'm not married and probably don't qualify for white, but something simple and creamy with pearls would be good if the day ever comes...
    Jane

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  121. All so different--all so cute! Great job ladies.

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  122. My wedding dress was a white sundress. We got married in the campground in Big Sur. Gorgeous scenery!

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  123. Let's see...I got married in '97..lots of bling, shine, and pearls...and I think I would still like the same thing, minus the puffy sleeves! :)

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  124. I'm getting married next April! My wedding dress is going to be a princess, ball gown style dress with lots of sparkle.

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  125. We haven't gotten married yet, but we've been together for five years now, so it's in the works! haha.

    I would like to have an elegant cream dress with chocolate brown and crimson accent colors.

    Thank you so much for this giveaway, I love your stamps and all of your wonderful inspiration! =)

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  126. My dress was off-the-shoulders, and had lots of pearls & shine. Thanks for the chance to win a great set!

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  127. I'm actually going to a wedding in July and this set will be the perfect set for me to use to make my card with! I love all the cards shown today, love the inspiration!!!!

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  128. I made my dress myself and we were married the summer after Princess Diana and Charles were married. My dress was a poor mans copy of Diana's ruffled gown in tea dyed or candlelight color as was the style then.

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  129. My husband and I just got married at the county city hall. It was quick and simple, hehe. I was just wearing a white simple dress with a navy blue cardigan :) Still planning a big wedding once we have the money for it, hehe.

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  130. cool wedding ideas!!!! i love it!

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  131. I'm not married, but I think I would like a dress with clean lines and no bling-bling, lace etc.

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  132. This set is really awesome..So many uses in one stamp set...Amazing!

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  133. My fiance and I are getting married in a little over 2 months. I'd love to use this set for our thank you cards. I love all your stamp sets, I want them all! :D Thank you for the opportunity to win :D

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  134. On my wedding I wore a white gown with pink accents on it. Loved my dress!
    This stamp set is great - Love the whimisical feel of it! :-)

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  135. My wedding outfit was a big white beaded sparkly satin gown with sleeves and a bustle in the back that had fabric flowers and swags. I love that dress even today! I adore how all the design team made the dress in their own unique way really showcasing how versitile it is!!

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  136. Wow...these stamps look so beautiful!!

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  137. Some awesome creativity going on here! Wow! I love the shape of that dress! Funny, but I would love a wedding dress exactly the shape of the one in this set! I adore the tight bodice with a floating skirt, all in white!

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  138. Those are some fab inspirations to share with us! Thanks so much! My hubby and I had a quick wedding in Gatlinbury, TN and I wore a short white dress with pearls on it with a matching hair piece. Still married to this day 17 years later. He is the best! Thanks so much for the chance to win. : )

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  139. This stamp set is DA BOMB! So cute! My wedding gown was ballroom style with drop waist, scoop neck and a full, tulle skirt. My favorite part were the teeny rosebuds around the neck and scattered throughout the skirt. :)

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  140. So cute! My dress was similar to this one...simple cut with a blue sash and blue & silver embroidery. That was almost 8 yrs ago...wow, that has gone fast!
    BTW - Lea's card is gorgeous!

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  141. Funny you should ask about the wedding dress...my 26th anniversary is April 13!

    I just went shopping with my future daughter in law for her wedding dress and realized........they don't make wedding dresses with sleeves anymore. I just thought it was personal preference that everyone has been wearing a strapless gown.

    So my dress had sleeves and I think that is so funny now. Who would've thought that would become obsolete. I guess you have to have cute arms to get married these days. :) LOL

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  142. This set is beautiful :) I am not married but I would love to have a small simple beach wedding at my favorite beach which is Folly SC. My boyfriend and I visited over 5 years ago and that seems to be our go to beach so it only makes since to have it there on the white sandy beaches. Awww just picturing it. So my dress would have to be something loose maybe an off white and simple.

    Melissa,
    ScrapinMadCrafts@gmail.com

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  143. The dress would work great for Easter and Mother's Day! And the glasses for any congratulatory event (new job, new house, birthday) It is truly a versatile set!

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  144. Beautiful stuff. The design team glammed out!

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  145. WoW -- these projects are soooo pretty -- all of them!! I'm getting married THIS November and haven't chosen a dress. I'd love it to look like the pretty one from Happily Ever After!

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  146. These are all beautiful projects! This is a great set!

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  147. Ooh...I lvoe wedding memories it was totally the happiest day of my life! My wedding dress was soft champagne (almost white but not quite) with very clean lines - my mom and I both thought it was very Jackie Kennedy-ish.

    Ironic too that your deadline for this is April 13th as it's my 9-year wedding anniversary!!!

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  148. What an awesome set. I sure could use this stamp set this fall when I start to put together a wedding album for my sister-in-law of her daughters wedding!!!

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  149. My mother made my gown and I cherish it now that she is gone. I was wonderful to know she had put so much love into it with every stitch. I love this dress set!

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  150. With all these chances to win I'm bound to win one ;) PICK ME!!!!!

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  151. My wedding dress was fairly traditional. No princess ballgown or anything. It was the first dress I tried on and I went back to it after other dresses. My fiance at the time even selected it as one he liked in a magazine.

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  152. I love this dress. My wedding dress was very simple but very much "me". I love it but everyone else I know would say it was too plain for them :)

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  153. How pretty! I wore a beautiful white gown with a huge pink bouquet of roses!

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  154. HA,HA,HA,HA 22 years ago. Beautiful dress. White lace with a high color and BIG PUFFY SLEEVES. Loved it(still do) but boy it is so fussy compared to the sleek and classy dresses of today.

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  155. TFS. I am yet to own a nice wedding stamp set so i might just have to buy one of these sets. Thanks

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  156. What a sweet stamp set! I am in love with Nichol's beautiful, shiny dress.

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  157. So many clever ideas! Looks like another great set! :)

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  158. Oooh, there's so much you can do with this set!!! Love it!

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  159. I adore this stamp set! My wedding dress was a 1930's inspired gown.

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  160. my dress was all laced up the back, it was 2 piece with a full but not poofy, you know? i felt so beautiful.

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  161. This is the cutest wedding set! I'm not really a fan of most wedding stuff but this is awesome! Keep these awesome stamp sets coming!

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  162. I got to wear my dress twice as we had two receptions in two different states! What fun!!

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  163. Cute set! :)
    My ideal wedding dress would be long, white, and probably strapless. But who knows... because i'm always changing my mind! lol

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  164. Very nice and so versatile! You could even use this set for a girl's prom dress layout or card! Great job!

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  165. love this stamp!!! im so excited for the release! :D

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  166. Lovely cards and projects with such pretty images. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  167. I had a beautiful white dress with lots of sparkle. Just love this stamp set, great timming, my sister-in-law is getting married soon.

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  168. What beautiful cards. This stamp set is clearly more versatile than appears at first.

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  169. Beautiful creations! I'd like my wedding dress to be long, floaty & with a beaded bodice xx

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  170. Love love love! Even more so after seeing you demo that it isn't only for weddings!

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  171. I want something more casual than dressy. The plan is a destination wedding with close family and our best friends!

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  173. omgosh... DT did an awesome job! love their projects.. wowo..

    What would of did my wedding dress look like?? I am not married and do not plan on getting married sooo.. IDK I am not a girl who wears dresses. But hmmm wow.. got me thinking.. I think i would wear something not too fluffy or white! LOL i spill things!


    **sorry i had to delete prior post.. i didn't answer the question..


    kathy

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  174. My wedding dress was eyelet lace, empire waist, three tiers, square neckline, and long sleeved. My mother made it. The bridesmaid's dresses and the groomsmen's shirts were out of navy and white gingham. The groom wore a denim suit and the groomsmen wore blue jeans.

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  175. My dress was strapless with pearls along the top and short train. I love that dress!!

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  176. Hope i can find a dress that is simple and beautiful!!! Love the set! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  177. this set looks like it will be pretty versitle! I love that it can be the wedding dress or another kind of dress if you stamp on patterned paper. Also those cute bells are perfect for Christmas as well. thanks for the chance to win!

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  178. I am a sucker for the big princess gowns. If/when I get married, that is the type of dress I would love to wear.

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  179. I have a special file on my computer where I save images of dresses that I love. When I get married some day, I hope to wear a long, flowy off-white gown with a criss-crossing bodice. Well, today that's what I would love. Tomorrow it will probably be something different. I love thinking about it though. Love the intro to this set! I've said it before and I'll say it again a million times: the LF DT is the best of the best.

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  180. I wore a lace A-line white dress with a modest train. My husband wore his dress whites (navy military). What a lovely day. What a lovely stamp set!

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  181. Great projects. That dress stamp is fun and very versatile. I had a simple strapless off white A line dress for my wedding. I had a chiffon shawl made to go over my arms.

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  182. Love the wedding set especially since I am getting married in a couple of months and could totally make a scrapbook page out of it! My dress is a pretty simple A line dress. It's a Champagne colored dress and I loved it the minute I put it on.

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  183. These cards are fabulous! Love this wedding set...
    (Jenifer Ann)

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  184. This truly is an inspirational week! All of these cards are BEAUTIFUL!

    My future wedding dress will be just simple. It would white, made of silk, sleeveless, A-style, and not much sequins to make it too flashy. =)

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  185. I got married a hundred years ago (or maybe just forty one) and made my wedding dress. It was a copy of one I tried on but couldn't afford. I love this stamp set - so many possibilities!

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  186. it will be forty years this AUGUST... i had my dress hand made by a local seamstress, designed it, of course with lots of help. it had daisy lace, high neckline, long sleeves--what was i thinking?? AUGUST!! lol.. but looking back i REALLY feel sorry for my bridesmaids...they were decked out in longsleeves too, but their identical dresses were a loud yellow/orange/brown pattern of daisy-ish flowers.
    linda patti tpatti@windstream.net

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  187. My gown was an Eve St Laurent design. Made from Silk satin. Fitted bodice with inverted tulip shaped skirt. I made the gown myself (I am big sewer). The fabric was so yummy. Love that new wedding gown stamp!!

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  188. Can NOT wait for this set to be available on LawnFawn!! love love love it..love julie's card with the beads and Lea's layout!! Can't wait to use them for both purposes!

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  189. What a cute dress! And the rest of the images in the set, lovely!!!

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  190. I really have no idea what I would like to wear for my wedding dress. Luckily I won't have to worry about that for a bit :) Loved the video :)

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  191. My dress was a long empire waste dress with beautiful beading! I loved it!!! Thanks for the chance to win some of your stamps! I do not own any yet and am dying to try them out!

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  192. Beautiful cards!!! Plus I love the way Tiffany incorporated the dress stamp into her LO - so beautiful! Lots of ideas! TFS

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  193. Gorgeous cards :)

    I had a gorgeous wedding dress. I didn't like it when I saw it, but my mom loved it and asked me to try it on, I did and as soon as I did, I knew it was THE ONE!!!!

    Erika

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