Monday, January 24, 2011

Its Hippity Hop Monday!!

Yippee!! If you just started here you should hop on over to the Ippity Blog so you can start from the beginning and get to see all the beautiful projects that have been created using Ippity stamps. And, remember, if you need any Ippity stamps you can visit my Ippity Sales Blog to see all of the sets and how to order them.

Now! On to the project! This time I turned a pop top Chef Boyardee can into a wonderful Valentine's gift for Jarod's teacher. I kinda went outside my comfort zone and used some vintage-like stuff...which turned out pretty good! If you want a tutorial on how to do these cans check out the one at Splitcoast Stampers.





I am not sure what the papers were...but the tag is a shipping tag bought at Staples for about $3 for 100! A great deal! I also know what the stamps and ink are....IPPITY!!! Both the music note background stamp (on the tag) and the heart (on the tag and on the front of the can) came from the "Music of my Heart" set, which is in the Winter 2010 collection. The ink used for the music notes is Unity Haystack and the heart is stamped with Unity Moulin Rouge.

I hope you have enjoyed my project! Now continue on the blog to see all the other Ippity Inspiration created just for you!

Love, Patricia

16 comments:

Rebekah said...

LOVE the vintage style of things. Need to play with it more myself!

jennifer mitten said...

I love this project!

lynn said...

jarod's teacher will love this pretty candy holder, patricia!

Banu said...

This turned out just perfect. I have not done one of these in ages, have to give them a try again.

Susan B. said...

What a great project! Your sons teacher will love it!

Scrapcollectr said...

Love this project and I'm sure the teacher will be over the moon about it!
*smile*
PS Thx for visiting me!

Gardner's Basket said...

Jarod's teacher is going to love it! Wonderful job on your tag.

She said...

Lucky teacher is all I can say :-) Lovely can, you clever girl. S xx

Lone Pine Designs said...

A wonderful gift!

Mary Friederichsen said...

Patricia, This absolutely wonderful!
Your son's teacher is going to love this! Just beautiful!!

Thank you for sharing, and for the inspiration!

Blessings and Hugs,
Mary

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

What a super cute container! I def. think the teacher will enjoy this!! I know I would:)

Anonymous said...

Exceptional data. I've absolutely discovered something new yesterday! Cheers.

dahlhousedesigns said...

What a great little project! I love how you combined the stamps.

lisa a.

Poppit said...

What a gorgeous little project! Super sweet! :-)

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Candy said...

WOW! Patricia, this is so neat! I've done treat containers with fruit cups and with hot chocolate containers, but this sure has me rethinking what I was planning for Ethan's class! Love it!!