Monday, February 14, 2011

week 3...{ippity} challenge with a twist


Two things first....please scroll down for my MFT Teaser post

AND I want to give a HUGE shout out of gratitude to my fellow {ippity} DT sistahs! You girls sure made my day yesterday with that surprise blog hop. WOW! I was feeling horrible from a cold and I perked up as I went through and saw all your wonderful creations for me. Felt great to have one more day to help celebrate my birthday (especially since I share my day with other family members!). So Thank-You from the bottom of my heart.

It's another Monday and that means it's time for another round of our {ippity} Challenge with a twist series. This week is our inspiration week. Angie has a fabulous love piece for you...it is Valentine's Day after all! Happy Love Day! 
Use the photo today, anyway it inspires you.  It doesn't have to be love card...I decided I had made enough. lol! I was inspired by the 2 large images, and used flowers instead and the twiney look of those hearts inspired me,too. That's where I brought in the Bit O' Burlap stamp and of course, real twine. Flowers are from Now & Always and the sentiment is from Just Wanted to Say.

Feel free to combine the challenges from the previous week with this week's photo or use them all separately. We just want you to feel inspired to stamp, and well, with a FABULOUS prize involved, how could you NOT?!!!
Be sure to use keywords: ippity, IHHTC2 when uploading to splitcoast to be entered in the drawing for the prize at the end of the month.

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9 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards.. I love this.. great mix of Ippity Love!!
    Happy Valentine's Day xx

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  2. Lisa, I am so glad we perked you up on a day when you were feeling sick. We love you and glad to put a smile on your face! And this card is just so much fun! Love the sweet little twine bow!

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  3. love your cute card, lisa! hope you are feeling better:)

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  4. This is such a pretty sympathy card. This will for sure make that someone feel better getting this card.

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  5. Oh that burlap as a more focal point is fabulous!

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  6. Beautiful card, Lisa. I love the button and twine and, of course, the flowers from one of my favourite sets!

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  7. Great card! Sympathy cards are always a tough one for me. I really like this one, it's a little cheery yet still comforting enough to be a sympathy card. TFS!

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Thanks so much for your kind and supportive words. I appreciate each of you taking the time to leave some love. Have a great day!