Hello and Happy Sunday to all of you!!
This is Kelly here with one of my favorite posts of the week!
I LOVE to peruse the Gallery and choose all my favorite
Ippity creations and share them with you here!
What an inspirational week it has been with all the DT Sneak Peeks and the
New Release of the Spring 2010 Collection of stamps.
I love seeing what the Ippity Chicks are doing with the new stamps too. And it will be super exciting to see what all our customers start doing with their stamps. I bet many of of our Ippity Chicks have already filled and sent out orders to you!! So it won't be long before you will get to play with these gorgeous stamps too!! If you need an Ippity Chick to order from simply click on the locator icon on the left side bar to see the list of Ippity Chicks that are available.
Just a reminder, today is your last day to enter Karen's
Lace Challenge from Monday's Hippity Hop!
One lucky submitter for this challenge will be our
Guest Designer for a Day
and participate in our Hip Hop THIS Thursday May 20th!!
The IHHC23 Gallery is filling quickly with gorgeous designs,
so be sure to add yours to it by 10PM CST tongiht!
Enough business... let's get onto the goods!!
Here are my favorite Ippity creations from the SCS Gallery this week!
This card just makes me happy!! I love the fishbowl design of the card and think the way that Emily colored the fish, water and seaweed makes it so bright and cheery! All the stamps are from the Fishy Philosophy set. It's just darling!
And speaking of colors... look at this awesome card created by Becky who was participated in Lisa A's INRC3SPR10 color challenge for our New Release Party!! I LOVE this combo... it was harder than I thought to use, but it is great! And Becky did a fabulous job with the Where You Should Be set.
Using the same leaves from the Where You Should Be set that Becky did above, Annet participated in her first Ippity Challenge (IHHC23) with us and created this beauty using Paper Piecing. I love the sweet color palette of these Basic Grey papers she chose!
The Where You Should Be set (one of my favorites) was well represented this week and I couldn't help but share what our past DT Member Michelle Woerner did with it to create this Clean and Simple beauty. What a great layout and fabulous quote to boot!! Thanks Michelle!
Now how about seeing some of our New Release stamps in action!!
I just adore everything about this sweet card by Nora Anne. The soft colors and the sweet labyout from this week's SCS Sketch SC280 coupled with the adorable birds, bird cage and sentiment from the Fall For You set make it quite the masterpiece that it is! The script background stamp is from the A Moment in Time set. I love it!!
And how cute is this beauty by Joan Anderson!!! She used the new mini set called Books a Flutter and the new single called A Bit of Burlap to create this card. These adorable October Afternoon papers are in the new Spring Paper Pack too. I love the slight distressing and aging she used to make it have a vintage feel!
This card showcases one of the stamps from the new Spring Release that I think we will be seeing a lot of and that is that flower from the Now and Always set. Christy paperpieced the flower (with some more of our Sping Paper Pack papers) into three seperate layers and added the coordinating button center.
Lastly I wanted to share my favorite this week from the DT but I couldn't narrow it down to one. (I hope you don't mind! LOL!)
This card of Eva Dobilas' warrants being showcased again. It is a real beauty. The detail, layering, and unique design just put it in a class of its own that is all Eva!! Isn't it phenomenal. I love her style! All the stamps shown here are from the Now and Always set.
And then our own Lisa Henke made this fabulous layout using the new A Moment in Time stamp set that was made with the scrabpbooker in mind. I love the tab border she made using one of the rectangles from that set and I just love the light and fresh feel. It is amazing... just like Lisa!!
Well I hope that these gorgeous creations have helped to inspire you like they have me. If you get a chance try and spend a little time in your craft space creating today... it is good for the soul!!
William Arthur Ward