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Monthly Archives: December 2009

In the need for some thank you cards after the holiday gift-giving season? Take a peek below and get some inspiration! Similar but different, each card offers a quick and easy stamping added to some patterned paper for a thoughtful thank you.

Thank You Card 1

Supplies:
Ippity stamps, IPK-100 Because of You
Tsukineko ink
Copic markers
Imaginisce patterned paper
Prism cardstock
P K Glitz WonderFilm and Glitter Glitz
Border Punch
Words cut on the Cricut

Thank You card 2

Supplies:
Ippity stamps, IPK-101 Kissmas & Mistletoe and IPK-106 Alphabetically Adorable
Ranger ink
P K Glitz embossing powder, glue powder, WonderFilm, and Glitter Glitz
Border Punch

Welcome to the last hop of 2009 H{ippity} Hoppers!

If you’re starting here, thank YOU! To catch ALL the great blogs in the hop today, find the addresses at the Ippity Blog and H{ippity} Hop along!

I’m working on some 6×6 recipe page swaps – great to make a mini album in just a few short months! You never know when you could use a Shower gift or Holiday gift! This page is pretty straight forward and I can’t wait to make it!

How’d I do it?

  1. Print out recipe and trim to size. Adhere to lower right side of page.
  2. Stamp snowflakes from Kissmas & Mistletoe set with Versamark ink down the left side of the page.
  3. Stamp “JAN” using letters from the Alphabetically Adorable set with embossing ink, sprinkle on glitter embossing powder, shake off excess and heat to melt.
  4. Stamp “JAN” again, but a little offset from the original stamping, this time using Pink embossing powder. Heat to emboss.
  5. Stamp the house from the Devoted set with embossing ink on a scrap of cardstock. Take a pinch of Magenta embossing powder and sprinkle over the hearts in the chimney and door. Shake off excess – do not heat yet!
  6. Sprinkle Blue embossing powder over the rest of the image, shake off excess and heat to melt the whole image.
  7. Add strip of ribbon over the left side, attach with Mini Fastener. Tie a bow in ribbon scrap and add to the strip with a pop dot.
  8. Trim embossed house out, add foam tape to the back and adhere over the ribbon strip. Done!

Devoted and Alphabetically Adorable

Would you like to purchase Kissmas & Mistletoe, Devoted or Alphabetically Adorable? Go here to buy any of the sets! I appreciate your business!

To continue on the hop, go see Heather’s awesome blog!

To you, my customers! When you purchase stamps from this site, you’ll receive something like the tag shown below! Just another way to show my appreciation…

Thanks Tag

Yet another Mr. Snowman project! This time, I think it’s more like Ms. Snowman! I used some beautiful sparkly embossing powder for a rather non-traditional snow card in purple. TFL!

Kissmas & Mistletoe

Supplies:
Stampin’ Up! cardstock
BasicGrey patterned paper
Ippity stamps and Unity stamps
Ranger embossing ink
Tsukineko white ink
P K Glitz E P Max embossing powder, Amethyst
Bling

Welcome H{ippity} Hoppers!

If you’re starting here, thank YOU! To catch ALL the great blogs in the hop today, find the addresses at the Ippity Blog and H{ippity} Hop along!

I’m still finding lots of uses for the Kissmas & Mistletoe set! How about an ATC holder? SUREEEEEEE why not!!! I love making Artist Trading Cards from simple to extreme – so many things you can do in that 2 1/2″x3 1/2″ space, but admittedly you need to get creative sometimes to make it all fit.

How’d I do it?

  1. Stamped the snowflake with embossing ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder (EP) on white paper. (For ink, I used Ranger’s and for EP, I used P K Glitz‘ powder)
  2. Mushed a pearlescent blue ink pad all over the paper AND embossed images, it’s called “direct to paper or DTP”. (For ink, I used Tsukineko’s Brilliance Pearlescent Sky Blue)
  3. Rubbed a paper towel all over the paper to removed any excess ink, trimmed to fit around the mailbox and end caps then adhered it all down.
  4. Adhere 1/4″ wide Sticky Tape around the edges of the paper around the mailbox, remove liner and sprinkle with glitter. (I used Silver)
  5. Stamped Mr. Snowman with embossing ink and heat embossed with  embossing powder on white paper. (I used Sapphire E P Max powder)
  6. Trimmed out the snowman and added a wire reinforced ribbon as a scarf. Added some foam tape to the back and adhered him to the side of the mailbox.
  7. Stamped a frame and saying from the Just Wanted to Say set with the blue ink on white paper. Trimmed out both and adhered the frame with foam tape to the door. The saying was adhered to the flag.
  8. Die cut letters out of foam and adhere in the frame. (I used the Sizzix Script font)
  9. Drizzle Glossy Accents over the top of the mailbox and sprinkle with glitter. (I used Crystal)
  10. And now you have a great place to stash your ATCs!

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Would you like to purchase Kissmas & Mistletoe or Just Wanted to Say? Go here to buy the set! I appreciate your business!

To continue on the hop, go see Stephanie’s cool blog!

Buy Stamps!

Stamp Sets Currently In Stock:
IPK-100 Because of You
IPK-101 Kissmas & Mistletoe
IPK-103 Devoted
IPK-104 Just Wanted to Say
IPK-105 Straight from the Heart
IPK-107 Life's Little Moments
IPK-111 Regal Greetings
IPK-114 Sweet Thoughts
IPK-115 Love in Return
IPK-116 What Matters Most
IPK-119 Season of Joy
IPK-121 A Moment in Time
IPS-128 Book It
IPS-129 Dots for Sure
IPK-130 Life is the Journey
IPK-133 This is Love
IPK-134 That's Creepy
IPK-136 Bitty Pixie Paisley
IPK-141 Party Hat Wishes
IPK-144 Cherish Your Dreams
IPK-146 Here and Now
IPK-147 My True Joy
IPK-148 New Season
IPS-148 The Man
IPK-149 Flowers+ Friends
IPK-150 The Best
IPK-152 Make Your Mark
IPK-154 Gingham Christmas
IPK-156 Time for...
IPK-158 Warm Wishes
IPK-159 Pain and Pride
IPS-161 Do What Makes
IPK-166 Bloom & Simplify
IPK-167 Let Your Heart
IPK-168 Courage is My Strength
IPK-169 Born in My Heart

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andrea at ippitystamps dot com