Announcement!

Unity has decided to not use Ippity Chicks to sell Ippity any longer, so once the stamps are marked "OUT OF STOCK", I won't be able to restock them. Thank you for your interest and purchases!!

IPK-110

Wow!! Welcome to 2011!! It’s going to be a GREAT year, don’t you think?

Glad you could make it to the hop today. Are you back to work? I am, oh yea, hahaha (eyes rolling)!

I have a wintery birthday card to share with you today. It’s rather simple – I really like these colors together, aren’t they great?!

Ippity Stamps

Supplies:

Ippity Stamps, IPK-120 Fall for You, IPK-116 What Matters Most and IPK-110 Where You Should Be

P K Glitz embossing powder

Ranger ink

Ribbon

To purchase the sets that I used in today’s card, go to my Ippity Chick shop page and order the sets!

To continue on the hop, visit JenMarie next at her blog: Taylor~Made by JenMarie. For a full list of the beautiful blogs today showcasing all of our wonderful Ippity stamps , check out the Unity Opportunity Blog. Have a great day!

Hello blog readers! Happy happy Friday!

You WON’T BELIEVE the awesome new IPPITY sets coming out! Set your calendars for the 18th and they will be revealed and for sale!!

Now onto this week’s FWF!

I have a vintage card for you using some “vintage-y” BasicGrey! Remember Stella Ruby? Well here it is on this card!! I thought it was perfect for the theme and colors on the card. I was working with the Embellish Magazine’s challenge criteria of Olive Green, Rust and Mustard in a vintage theme.

The dress form is a Unity stamp and the sentiment is from Ippity. Take a look!

Friends with Flair

supplies:

Ippity Stamps, IPK-110 Where You Should Be

Unity Stamps, April 2009 KOTM

BasicGrey paper

Spellbinders dies

Copic markers

P K Glitz embossing powder

Ranger ink

Lace

Mojo Monday sketch #163

Embellish Magazine challenge
Thanks for stopping by today! For a main list of all the participating blogs today, go to the Unity Blog for all the awesome links! Have a great weekend!

Hello Ippity and Unity friends!

What did you think of the Ippity Summer 2010 release yesterday? Awesome isn’t it? I won’t have it in stock until early September, but if you would like to place a pre-order, drop me a line and I’ll throw in the shipping at no charge!

Today’s card is a little of a hodge podge with some new and some old embellishments. The new is the fabric – beautiful Moda fabric of BasicGrey’s Urban Couture line. The Play Date Cafe’s challenge of using dark brown, green and beige fit right into my plan!

With fabric on the card, I had to sew! The faux water in the vase is zig zag stitching! Oh, and the vase? That’s a greeting block from the “Just Wanted to Say” set tipped 90 degrees! See how useful Ippity stamps are??

Friends with FlairSupplies:
Ippity Stamps, IPK-104 Just Wanted to Say and IPK-110 Where You Should Be
Unity Stamps, Dec -09 KOTM
P K Glitz embossing powders
Ranger embossing ink
Moda fabrics
Brads and pin
CPS sketch #169
PDCC42 Challenge

Go see Cindy next! For a main list of all the participating blogs today, go to the Unity Blog for all the awesome links! Have a great weekend!

Happy Monday and hello to August. The summer F L E W for me, how about you?

Today is  H{ippity} Hop day! You’ll see all sorts of great projects using Ippity Stamps, including one here from me. I kept it pretty black and white today (pun intended 🙂 ) with just a touch of pretty green. I had to have some sparkle in there, so I worked more with some embossing powder that has glitter in it.

The black that I used to emboss the leaves is my absolute favorite from P K Glitz. It’s called E P Max Black because it’s a wonderful solid black with sparkle included. So pretty indeed!

Remember to click on the picture to see a bigger version of it.

IPK-110 Where You Should Be

Supplies:
Ippity Stamps, IPK-107 Life’s Little Moments and IPK-110 Where You Should Be
Ranger embossing ink
P K Glitz embossing powder and Sticky Tape
WeRMemory Keepers hardware
Ribbon
Card Positioning Systems Sketch #178
Play Date Cafe Challenge –
PDCC40

If you started on the blog hop here, thanks so much! For a full list of the beautiful blogs today showcasing all of our wonderful Ippity stamps , check out the Unity Opportunity Blog. To continue onto the next blog, check out Angie at her Scrapping Spot!

Hello blog hoppers! Welcome to Monday and to my Ippity blog!

Don’t forget the new fan badge on the sidebar! Join me on Facebook for all my craft adventures!

If this is where you’re starting, thanks so much! You can catch the entire Hop list on the Unity Ippity Blog – check it out as there is a lot of talent among the blogs! I love playing along every Monday – too much fun!

Today’s card is using one of the new sets “Where you should be”. It’s so versatile and full of goodness! This set has images and phrases that can be used together or individually. I’ve used 2 images and 1 phrase together on this card. TFL!

H{ippity} Hop March 15

Supplies:
Ippity Stamps, IPK-110 Where You Should Be
My Mind’s Eye patterned paper
Clearsnap and Ranger inks
P K Glitz embossing powder and glitter
Target ribbon
Mojo Monday sketch 129

Continue onto the next blog to see Lynn’s beautiful work!

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

Email me

andrea at ippitystamps dot com