Monday, March 28, 2011

(H)IPPITY Hop

Happy Monday!
Time for another IPPITY Hop.
I'm sharing two cards that I made for week #3 and #4 challenges.

Card 1 Supplies:
Kraft Cardstock which I stamped with white ink and spritzed with Turquoise Glimmer Mist
Stamps:  IPPITY "A Bit of Burlap" and "Moon Beams and Heart Strings" sentiment, leaves from "Now & Always" 
Ink: Papertrey Ink: Fresh Snow, Unity Water Lily Green and Marvy: Jungle Green
Flowers: yellow from PaperStudio, pink is a Basic Grey "Bloomer" and the other two I made using coffee filters, Papertrey Ink flower dies and glimmer mist
(thanks to Ippity Chick Lynn M. for explaining how to make these, she always has the shabbiest, chic-est cards on her blog-go visit her and wish her a Happy Birthday!)

Card 2 Supplies:
Cardstock: American Crafts
Stamps:  IPPITY  "Gurnsey Gingham" and "Moon Beams and Heart Strings"
sentiment "how you doin'"
Ink:  Unity 'Noir'  and Papertrey Ink 'Fresh Snow'
I tried stamping the gingham stamp with white on colored cardstock, love the subtle effect.
Fiskars Border Punch
Twine: the Twinery
Button: Papertrey Ink
Copic Markers to color in hearts
3M Foam Tape to "pop" the little awning at the top
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the Hop today!
Complete list can be found HERE.

11 comments:

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Beautiful cards! :)

Lone Pine Designs said...

Great hand stitching! I love all the flowers on the first one!

Susan B. said...

Pretty cards and great take on the challenges!

Patricia said...

Wow! Gorgeous cards, Lynn! I love those flowers!

Gardner's Basket said...

Lovely cards! I love your interpretations of the challenge.

Scrapcollectr said...

Each card has its own beauty!
*smile*
Thx for visiting me!

McCine said...

I'm lovin' how you took the challenge and totally stepped out of the box with it -- the flowers are fantastic on Card#1 and your coloring and use of those heartstrings AND keeping it "clean" is beautiful! P.S. Glad you like my musical references--it's a great muse to get my creativi-tay movin' (and groovin'! hehe).

Karen said...

Love the cluster of flowers and the way you used the twine in the 2nd card! Your cards are so amazing!!

AshKuku said...

I love the garden feel it gives me.... With the freshness of flowers.... An awesome creation.... :)

Ash....
(http://hastkala-oceancihope.blogspot.com/)

dahlhousedesigns said...

Both cards are so pretty and springy! Lovely.
Lisa a

lynn said...

oh, lynn, LOVE your flowers! you are so sweet to mention me! i also, really love the twine lacing on your second card-so cute!