But, before you go please let me show you what I have created for you using some of the stamps from the new Ippity line... you are going to LOVE these stamps!! Trust me!!
After stamping the sentiment, I colored in the hollow letters using coordinating Copics. The DP is from The Greeting Farm. Brads are from Basic Grey, ribbon is from Joann's, Flowers are from MM, and the border punch is from MS.
Next I would like to share with you a card I made using this adorable cow stamp from the Simply Home set by Ippity!
I decided to use the cow image and focus on the word "Mooving" to make a card to give to a co-worker or neighbor who is changing jobs, retiring or moving away. I couldn't help but use Moo in my sentiment! It just made sense!! At least to me it did!! LOL! The DP used is from the DCWV Nana's Nursery Boy collection and also from Scenic Route's Garden Grove collection. I used small Prisma flowers that I colored purple with my Copics and also added a touch of Flower Soft to the pasture too.
I created the sentiment using the Word Art program on my computer. The font is one of KevinandAmanda's fonts called PeaScrapbrandy. The sentiment is not one of the stamps in this set.
I stamped the tree again onto a plain piece of cardstock and then saturated it with embossing ink and then sprinkled it with gold embossing powder from Custer's Last stamp. The rhinestones are from Studio 18 and were colored with my Copics to match them to the DP. The gold accents are stickers made by FlowerSoft.
The DP is from the Cosmo Cricket line called Holly By Golly. The DP was cut into pieces to make it appear like blowing wind. The snow is called Glittery Snow that was sprinkled on top of a glaze adhesive. The Peace sentiment was colored over using my gold ink pen.
And the final project I have to share with you today is from the Devoted collection at Ippity.
Using the house stamp and the Joshua 24:15 Bible verse quote in that set I created this framed art piece to give as a gift. I paired the image with this DP from American Crafts. I then double matted the piece using a brown CS from The Paper Co. and the bright yellow Cardstock is called Mohawk Via Linen in the Sunflower color from Cut Card Stock The house was colored to match the DP using Copics.