Thursday, April 15, 2010

Hip Hop/ Money Holder Tutorial

Hip Hop!!

It is Thursday which means that the Unity and {ippity} DT girls have created 
some projects meant to inspire the creative souls inside of you!  
As always, we start the Hip Hop over at the Unity Blog 
and follow along the hop by clicking on the fancy icons 
that will take you to the next blog!  

It's OK if you start here too, but just be sure to go the Unity Blog next to start at the beginning and circle back to here!  The link to the Unity blog will be found at the bottom of this post!

This is Kelly here and I wanted to shout from the mountain tops that our own

Lisa Henke
for being one of the next Dirty Girls at SCS!!


We are so proud of you Lisa and wish you a wonderful time on the Dirt Pile!!

I also want to take a moment to personally welcome our 
two newest DT members joining the Ippity family!

If you missed yesterday's announcement, we are welcoming 

Karen Maldonado 

Lisa Arana 

onto the {ippity} DT.  They have been involved in the ippity forums, hops and challenges and create wonderful projects that we are sure will inspire you time after time!!  We can't wait to have them join our blog schedule in May!  But I am sure you will be seeing them around even more on the forums too!

I had the pleasure of issuing this week's challenge for Monday's Hippity Hop which was to make a 

Money Holder!!

As promised, I am back today to show you in a picture tutorial just how I did it.

There are two versions for creating the window for the money to show through, one is for the newer style of american money and the other is for the older style.  So take note of that as you follow along with the steps!

Thanks for taking a look at my tutorial and I hope you will give it a try!

Leave a comment below for a chance to win the {ippity} stamp set
Life's Little Moments
Heather will announce the winner tomorrow on her Fresh Ideas post!

Now it is off to the Unity Blog if you still need to do the hop!

Next Blog

"Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness; 
it is generally the by-product of other activities."
Aldous Huxley


  1. What a cool tutorial! And congrats to all the girls!

  2. Thanks for the tutorial. I'll have to try that out for the upcoming graduation season!

  3. That turned out so great, I appreciate you showing your steps and for sharing. Too cute!

  4. Great tutorial Kelly...thanks for sharing!

  5. Great tutorial - love this project - very timely for graduation season!

  6. oooo, kelly! thanks for showing us how to make this beauty and thank-you for all your support and cheerleading! I'm loving it!

  7. thanks, kelly, for taking the time to show us how to do this great holder!

  8. Kelly, Thanks for such a great tutorial for this beautiful money holder.

  9. What a fantastic tutorial and project Kelly! Thanks so much for the great step-by-step tutorial! BIG congrats to Lisa and the new DT girls!

  10. Great job on the tutorial. This is a great project!

  11. Thanks for the great tutorial. This can be used for any occasion, holiday, birthday, retirement, graduation. TFS

  12. Thanks for sharing with us. I am going to make a few of these to keep on hand for last minute gifting!

  13. thanks for the great tutorial hvae a great day.

  14. Thanks for the inspiration Kelly! CONGRATS to Lisa, Karen and Lisa on your achievements!

  15. Wonderful!! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

  16. Great blog hop beautiful work

  17. Great tutorial and amazing work ladies!!

  18. Thanks for the hop. Hope I did it right - my first time! Am inspired by the wonderful creations here!

  19. what a great tutorial!! super cute money holder :)

  20. I love the bule and green little money card. And the bule flower.

  21. What a great tutorial! I can't wait to give it a try!

  22. AWESOME AWESOME tutorial...I AM going to give this a try...THANKS so much Kelly!!

  23. Great tutorial and congrats to the new DT!!

  24. Awesome tutorial! I am definitely giving this a go this weekend!

  25. Thanks Kelley for taking time on this great tutorial. I am going to give it a try with graduation season around the corner.

    Enjoy your weekend!!


  26. Way to go on your awesome tutorial!! I love your money holder too Kelly!! Anyone would be lucky to receive it!!

  27. Great tutorial :)
    Thanks, Susan