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Monday, April 19, 2010

{ippity} Money Holder and Easel Card

{ippity} time is here! I bet you've already seen some fantastic {ippity} inspiration on this hop!

From Unity and {ippity} Projects
I made this money envelope for the {ippity} challenge IHHC19, using the {ippity} Regal Greetings set. Used my new Tim Holtz die which created the awesome front flap. It's monochromatic, and has an organdy ribbon belly band to hold the envelope closed, yet is so easy to slip off. I didn't seal the sides, but rather placed organdy ribbon inside the top corners to give the envelope just enough room to see money inside.
Here's the inside view:
From Unity and {ippity} Projects
Stamps: {ippity} Regal Greetings
C/S: SU Old Olive, MME 'quite contrary'
Ink: Old Olive, Versamark
Accessories: Tim Holtz Alterations Die: Plaque-Postage, Heidi Swapp Jewels, Metal Edge Tag, Organdy Ribbon, Tiny Attacher

This next card is a 'swap' that I participated in...an easel card using two {ippity} sets...Love in Return and Regal Greetings.  Hopefully, the swap girls will get this in the mail by today:

Stamps: {ippity} Regal Greetings and Love in Return
C/S: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, DCWV La Creme Stack
Ink: Palette Noir, Very Vanilla
Accessories: Black Brads, Scallop Punch, Ruler Ribbon
If you are interested in purchasing these sets, you may do so from me HERE. Every purchase thru Wednesday, April 21st, will get a free My Mind's Eye Sampler Paper Pack (12--6x6 double sided sheets of paper)! 

It was so kind of you to stop by, I hope you have an {ippity} day! *smile*
P.S.  I will be late in doing the blog hop and commenting...'cause I will be in my Copic Certification Class all day..yippee!

23 comments:

jennifer mitten said...

These are absolutely gorgeous, especially love that money holder!

BonnieRose said...

omg.. both projects are beautiful! Hv fun in your class! xo

Heather said...

Jen, these creations are absolutely FABULOUS!

Debby/Darthy said...

Oooh, I love them both. Your money holder is darling. I love that crown. I really like your second card too, it inspires me to use this set in a different way.

Poppit said...

That's a really cool money holder. Fab design

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Beautiful creations love the money holder!!!

Kim Dellow said...

Totally fab! Love them both. Kim

Banu said...

Superb. I really loved your money holder and that stamp is just perfect for it.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Um---these are AWESOME! LOVE LOVE LOVE them! My mouth was open when I was reading through your blog! You ROCK! LOVE it:)

Chris said...

gorgeous projects!

Theresa said...

Totally glamourous money folder. Love the classy look of your 'measured' card too.

Catherine said...

These are absolutley GENIUS and GORGEOUS!!!! I love their sophisticated & regal vibe! I hope you do a little tut on making that money envie, because it is awesome!!!! I love how you used the rimmed tag and added the bling to the crown.
The easel card is TDF for as well! Two total stunners, Jen! WOW!

Gardner's Basket said...

Jen, both these cards are beautiful. My favorite would have to be the money holder. Thanks for sharing!

Susan B. said...

Jen your money holder is fabulous! Love the crown!

lynn said...

love your money holder AND your sweet card, jen!

Jennipher said...

Very nice! I love what you did with the Tim Holtz die.

dahlhousedesigns said...

my goodness jen!!!! these are so wonderful. I love that easel card and the money holder is super fab!!!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Fab cards, Jen!

Becky Carafa said...

Lucky duck! copic classes are never close enough for me to go. HOpe you enjoyed it!
That money holder is super cool, and the ruler ribbon is too perfect!

Gwen said...

Great job on these two techniques! Love your easel card, so cute! Hope you had a fun day learning Copics!

JenMarie said...

Totally FAB.U.Lous!

Elisabeth said...

OMGoodness, so awesome, I just love that money holder!

Karen said...

Wowie Jen. That money holder is fabulous! Love how regal it looks!! And, your easel card is so striking!! :)