Look Back In {Ippity} – Last Chance Sale




EDIT – 17th Jan 2012 – Thanks for clicking through if you have arrived here from Pinterest! The heart card you are interested in is viewable via this link.

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How about a ‘Look Back Tuesday’ post?

The reason why I thought I would do a little skip and hop down memory lane is that Emily from {Ippity} Inspiration and Make The Day Special is having an


{Ippity} Stamp Sale

This might be your last chance to get these stamps easily as Emily, who is one of the only distributor of {Ippity} in the UK, is moving on and will not be stocking this range any more. 

So I thought I would show some makes where I’ve included some {Ippity} stamps just to remind you of the awesomeness of these stamps LOL!

So get a cuppa and a biccy and enjoy!

First up is this card from August 2010 using the {Ippity} What Matters Most Kit

Ooo then what about these mushrooms from one of the first stamp sets I got from Emily? They are from the {Ippity} Because Of You kit and I used them on an Alice In Wonderland Altered page in April 2010.

Then we have the fabulous bird on the fence stamp from the {Ippity} Totally Happy kit used on this card from September 2010.

I always did love the stamps from the {Ippity} Moon Beams and Heart Strings Kit, you can see the stars in this make from March 2010.

Then there was this card from March 2011 which uses the wonderful {Ippity} Gurnsey Gingham stamp as a back drop to the Unity Suzi Blu You Are Loved (not {Ippity} I’m afraid but still a must have!

This {Ippity} Gurnsey Gingham stamp is now £2.75 I mean come on! Think of the creative possibilities! I’m a bit of a Gingham junky!

Then there were the cute Fishys from {Ippity} Fishy Philosophy used here in March 2010.


The next to show is another April 2010 make and used the {Ippity} Simply Home kit with the {Ippity} Moon Beams and Heart Strings kit.

Ok one last one, I’ve got a bit carried away but just thought I would show how versatile these stamps can be with this Christmas make from 2010 using the {Ippity} Totally Happy kit which was a Summer release but I’ve given it a Winter spin with some embossing powder and turned the bird into a Robin.

Oh that was good fun! I have plenty more if you fancied to keep on browsing!

I would love to see your old (and new) {Ippity} makes, if you have some to show do link below so I can come and look!

Don’t forget to check out the stamps yourself and get them whilst you still can, all of the releases are listed by release date in the sidebar on the {Ippity} Inspiration blog.

Happy Bargain Hunting!

Kim

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She’s a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

9 Comments

  1. 20 September 2011 / 9:23 am

    Hi Kim! Thanks for letting use know! The project you have presented are so cool! Love the Christmas Card. So different!

  2. 20 September 2011 / 4:41 pm

    Wow Kim – your showcase of all those cards are all so pretty…
    Such great creativity my friend…
    Love all of them.. they are all so perfect…

  3. 20 September 2011 / 6:58 pm

    What a gorgeous cards Kim.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  4. 21 September 2011 / 12:04 am

    Wow Kim what an incredible selection of creations, theyre all stunning. Lee x

  5. 21 September 2011 / 3:27 pm

    What a production. All your cards are beautiful, great job!
    Groetjes van Jacqueline

  6. 21 September 2011 / 3:57 pm

    I'm missing words, your cards are fabulous, all of them.

  7. 22 September 2011 / 9:17 am

    No, no, no, I did not need to see that! xxx

  8. 25 September 2011 / 2:35 pm

    such a gorgeous collection of cards!!! Loving the first one, the colours and the textures are just fabulous!! Hugs Juls

  9. 20 October 2011 / 7:55 am

    Wow! These are really gorgeous! The Christmas card is absolutely fantastic! And the one with house/home… I'm loving it!

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