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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Aren’t these the cutest owls? They are from Unity combined with a saying from Ippity. Who says owls can’t be blue? 🙂

Ippity and Unity stamps

Supplies:
Ippity Stamps, IPK-114 Sweet Thoughts of Spring
Unity Stamps
Copic Markers
P K Glitz Ritzy Ditzy Glitz Spray and Embossing Powder
Ranger ink
Crafter’s Workshop Stencil
Michael’s Ribbon
Prism Cardstock

FlowerSoft
Card Positioning Systems sketch #158

I got a little crazy with recipe pages this month! I wanted to capture some of the recipes that were recently sent to me PLUS take advantage of the swaps offered on Cindy’s Recipe Swap Yahoo group.

So, the result is below! I was so excited to use up a bunch of scraps that I had AND stamps that I hadn’t used in awhile. LOVE to use up stash!

Recipe page

Stampers Anonymous and Lasting Impressions with Panache stamps

Recipe page

Starving Artistamps DoodleFactory stamps

Recipe page

Starving Artistamps DoodleFactory and Sugarloaf stamps

Recipe page
Stampers Anonymous and Stampin’ Up! stamps

Well here  they are! I swapped with some players on Rubber Stamp Chat again. They are a great group!

There were 2 themes this time: Under the Sea and Spring/Easter. Check them out!

Inchies

Supplies:
Impression Obsession stamps (top 2 rows)
Sugarloaf Morsels stamps (3rd row)
Stampin’ Up! stamps (last row)
P K Glitz embossing powder
Tsukineko and Ranger inks
Stickles

I really need to start making cards with these! 🙂

I’ve been playing with some of the new Ippity Stamps sets – what fun!! They range in variety and style, just the way I like it. 🙂

Ippity Stamps

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

Ippity Stamps

Supplies:
Ippity stamps, IPK-111 Regal Greetings
Tsukineko ink
Prima bling
Spellbinders dies
BasicGrey patterned paper
CPS sketch #159

Thanks for looking today!

As I mentioned before, the stamps from Seaside Stampin’ Ink are so beachy and lovely!

Here are some of the latest cards using Distress inks and P K Glitz Ritzy Ditzy Glitz!

Seaside Stampin' Ink

Seaside Stampin' Ink

Supplies:
Seaside Stampin’ Ink stamps
Ranger Adirondack and Distress inks, Stickles
StazOn ink
P K Glitz Patina, Turquoise and Bronze Ritzy Ditzy Glitz
P K Glitz embossing powder
Ribbon and hemp
Stampin’ Up! border punch
Mojo Monday sketches #130 and #127

We have a sketch challenge going on at the P K Glitz blog! Check out a couple samples from me! Click on the image to view a larger version of it!

P K Glitz

Supplies:
P K Glitz embossing powder, glitter and sketch
Tsukineko and Ranger inks
Karen Foster patterned paper
Prism cardstock

P K Glitz
Supplies:
P K Glitz embossing powder, glitter and sketch
Stampin’ Up! and Stamp Camp stamps
BasicGrey patterned paper and glazed brads
American Crafts letters
Darice snowflakes

Have a great day!

I worked on a couple cards for Ippity this week. One is a spring-y one and a couple similar design Christmas cards. Yes, I said Christmas. 🙂 I participate in a monthly Holiday card swap on Florida Stampers Yahoo group which helps build my Holiday card stash throughout the whole year so that when that time comes, I’m not in a panic for cards. I LOVE it! It helps me use many different Holiday stamps throughout the year too!

Ippity stamps

Supplies:
Ippity Stamps
P K Glitz embossing powder
Creative Imaginations patterned paper
MAMBI bling
Ranger embossing ink
CPS sketch #157

Ippity Stamps

Supplies:
Ippity Stamps
P K Glitz embossing powder
Creative Imaginations patterned paper
MAMBI bling
Ranger embossing ink

Ippity Stamps

Supplies:
Ippity Stamps
Tsukineko ink
Stemma paper and ribbon
Spellbinders dies
Verve Stamps sketch

Here’s a fun project that I did for P K Glitz. It actually uses the cling mount rubber stamps from Ippity along with a flower pot, silk flowers, glitter and embossing powder.

I really enjoyed using the Ippity stamps. Since they’re unmounted they are easy to stamp on non-flat surfaces. For instance, if I wanted to stamp on the side of the flower pot instead of putting glitter on it, I could stamp directly on the terra cotta for a great image on the side. Most likely you would need a pigment or solvent ink like StazOn or just heat emboss your stamped image for staying power. Fun stuff! (click for a larger pic)

Altered Flower Pot
Supplies:
Ippity stamps
Unity stamps
P K Glitz glitter, embossing powder, Ritzy Ditzy Glitz spray, Sticky Tape and WonderFilm
Silk flowers, bamboo skewers, flower pot, paint, styrofoam ball, felt, and hot glue gun

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Some Odd Girl

Sizzix Blinkie

Origami Owl anyone?

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