There are a lot of templates on line for a similar dress (search paper dress greeting card) -- I ended up eyeballing one and then drawing it by hand. The Just Dandy Studio wrapping paper works well for this type of design because it is thinner than patterned paper and, therefore, folds better.
This was fun to make and I have just the recipient in mind. Since I don't want it to flatten in the mail, I'll hand deliver.
Just Dandy Studio also sells monthly kits at a fabulous price. November's kit, Thankful ($12 and linked below), has the following:
Just Dandy Studio: Paper from Dandy Mail #2 Thankful, Twine, and Lace Doily
Stamps: Get It Girl from the Ton
Other: Dimensional foam, Kraft cardstock and Ranger Archival Black Ink, liquid adhesive, scissors
MOOD WHEN DONE: All polka dots make me happy!