Welcome to Dress Up in November!
A couple of weeks ago I picked up a pile of old paper '45' record sleeves, the colours are just fab and I decided to use one of them as the backing for my November dress.
I punched out some paper circles and made tiny button centers
I added a touch of black tule and glitter
poor Mozart seems to be suffering from the lesser known 'glitter' skin condition
As you can see in the background, I managed to make some progress with my cupboard and I'll post about it later in the week. Now I just need to find myself a little door handle and some kind of nameplate! Thank you all for your lovely comments last month, I'm so pleased Dress Up has brought a little bit of colour and inspiration to you, whether you've been reading or playing along with the project.
Those colours are wonderful Margaret - what a great idea to use a record sleeve. Lovely.
I've not started Miss November yet
Love this! I really need to take a look at the old record sleeves for their artistic quality! This dress is one of my favs!
Gorgeous dress!! lovely colors too!
Gorgeous as ever!
Wonderful and so inspired M!
totally love this work!
Thanks for sharing.
This is gorgeous. I would never have considered using a record sleeve. And I'm actually OLD ENOUGH to remember records and 45's even! The "flowers" are the perfect addition to the dress.
I can see you've made some headway with your cabinet. I look forward to seeing the finished project. And thanks again for hosting. This has been awesome.
once again, love it. I would have never thought of that! Can't wait to show my granddaughters!
Awesome dress Margaret! I love Mozart...and he looks great in glitter! Who doesn't, really..
I can't wait to get working on my November dress!
So gorgeous! the colors are incredible.
I think that Mozart would have quite liked the glitter effect Margaret hehe! This is one gorgeous dress and well done finding record sleeves! HUGS xxx
Great idea to use for your dress.
Just adorable. Love the colors, what you did with the "buttons" and the buttons sewn on. Too darn cute. Riki
I LoL-ed at your "glitter skin condition". hahahaha! You are a pistol, Margaret!
Mozart was a good choice for November!
oooh too cool Margaret, great dress!!
Another awesome dress Margaret...and great idea to use the record sleeve. Love the little paper circles with the button centers :)
Such a cool dress! Love that you recycled to create it!!
I love the colors Margaret! And Mozart never looked so lovely!
Margaret, you keep coming up with the most beautiful creations! This is no exception, I love the glitter and embellishments! Thank you for another month of awesomeness!
Another truly gorgeous and original dress Margaret, I love your ideas!
I've just added my link - I'm still enjoying making these dresses - just one more to go now!
Thank you again for this wonderful project x
Love this! I really like the combination black tulle and glitter on top of the record sleeve. To me it has an early Madonna feel to it... when she first became a hit wearing tulle and black leather and lots of jewelry.
maravilhosa de vestidos!!
Gorgeous dress. Love the paper and the theme.
Such inspirational work ! I'm starting on a 60s inspired print dress.
Magnificent dress Margaret! I adore it! Blessings ~ Katie
lindo o desafio dress up 2010...
vou divulgar no meu blog,
espero não ter problemas em divulgar
Gorgeous dress !
Margaret can you email me your address again - I've mislaid it & I have a little something for you.
Totally inspired and uniquely you Margaret.
What a lovely dress :-)
Have posted a combined Oct and Nov dress post.
Next month is the big reveal for me and my final dress is my wedding dress in miniature (it was red and gold and should be perfect for xmas.)
Hi Margaret! I still love your November dress! I finally finished mine and posted it. I can't wait to see everyone's dresses!
Love the dress how you put all the details together using old record sleeves.
It's just perfectly lovely!
I'm playing catch up! Just posted my August and September dresses! Now to finish out the year!
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