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Free Tiered Dress Silhouette Studio Cut File

This Friday I'm sharing a free Silhouette Studio cut file that's near and dear to my heart. My daughter is making her First Holy Communion in May so I designed the file for the invitation based on her Communion Dress. I shared a picture of the invitation on Instagram and was overwhelmed by the response. (Thank you!) So...I thought I'd share it as this week's Freebie Friday design.

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If you're thinking I don't know anyone making their First Communion...don't pass this one up just yet. It can be used for lots of occasions: weddings, baptisms, baby showers, a little girl's birthday party or just a card for a special little lady! 
Simply make a few minor adjustments: remove the cross and/or flowers, cut on paper that fits your special occasion, and add other embellishments like bows or ribbon.

I print and cut the base of the invitation on white cardstock. 

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The tiered layers were both cut on Silhouette-brand vellum and attached to the cardstock using .25" Sticky Thumb Double Sided Tape. The communion dress actually has two layers of vellum. I cut two for the other card too, but decided to only use the shorter layer.

If you want your dress to have some 'volume' fold the tab area before you attach it. This will make the vellum pop up slightly.

Silhouette Studio, Silhouette Cameo, free cut file, tiered dress

I added the waist band to cover up the area where the vellum was attached. On the First Communion version rhinestones were placed right in the middle of the flowers. Because the adhesive was exposed through the flower cut outs, the rhinestones stuck right in place without any heat.

Silhouette Studio, Silhouette Cameo, free cut file, tiered dress 
For the other version I added a bow on top of the waist band (which I cut without the flowers).

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I love how both of these turned out!  
I love them enough I'm sharing them with you....for personal use only.


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13 comments

  1. Thanks, I looks really nice.

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  2. Thanks so much, looks lovely and I hope the Holy Communion goes well....hugs.xxx  {aNNie}

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  3. Thank you for sharing! I love it as I have two little granddaughters and can see using it for them. Blessings always!

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  4. Luv this file; it is so adaptable. Congratulations to Olivia. TFS

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  5. Thank you so much, hope her First Communion is wonderful for your daughter.

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  6. They turned out beautiful. Thank you for sharing. i love your books, they have taught me how to use the Silhoutte, which i have had for years and tried to use it but could not quite get it. Thank you again for helping me and giving me lots of lessons so i am finally happy with the machine. you are a blessing. Kathlene

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  7. Thank you so much! Both cards came out wonderful!

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  8. Merci Mélissa
    Amitiés de France

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  9. Melissa I can't find the download. Would love to make it for my granddaughter. Thank you!

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  10. merci beaucoup Melissa
    Martine

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