In the final version, I found pearls on a roll for the necklaces instead of the gold chain.
By cutting the dress level at the base it stands up. So that you know who you addressed it to, once it is inside the dress bag of cellophane, I added a tag to the outside. I used a Fiskars tag punch for this.
A top tip for printing on card stock that your printer finds difficult to feed, is to create a carrier sheet, by taping the card stock to a normal piece of A4 using Washi tape, stepping the leading edge of card stock slightly back from the paper.
This fools your printer into thinking it is just normal paper, without the design being shunted off the edge.
I did the whole print and cut through my Cameo, by adding registration marks using the Silhouette software. When you have printed and then added the card to the cutting mat, don't forget to detect the registration marks before doing the cutting. You must do this after each new sheet is added to the cutting mat as they may have printed in a slightly different position on the card each time.
If your Cameo cutting mat is loosing some of its stickiness, you can also Washi tape it down as the Washi is only a very delicate form of sticky tape and is easily removable. TFLx