My husband always says "yippee duppee".  The grandkids get the biggest kick out of it when he says it.  Although "yippee skippee" isn't exactly the same, it still brings a smile to my face.  So, when I started looking for a stamp set for a thank you card for my daughter, I couldn't resist Yippee Skippee!

Beth rt2

The stamp-a-ma-jig was a lifesaver for me.  Stamping "yippee Skippee" 5 times with one on top of the next, required some precision.  This is definitely a must have tool!

Beth left

A Stamping Spritzer was filled with alcohol and about 8 drops of Crisp Cantaloupe reinker.  Spritzing the background of my sentiment, taught me that I need to be further away from my image when I spritz – yikes!

Beth flat

Gorgeous Grunge added some interested to the bottom of my card. I used Calypso Coral & Crisp Cantaloupe ink on this part.  The Floral Fusion Sizzlit was used to create both the Vellum Cardstock & the Crisp Cantaloupe  flowers.  Candy dots were inserted in the base to create the flower centers.  Finally, the Labels Collection Framelits were used to cut out the shapes for the sentiment and the mat.


stamp – Yippee Skippee 131341 wood, 131344 clear, My Friend 128670 wood, 122587 clear

paper – Whisper White c.s., Brights Designer Series Paper Stacks, Crisp Cantaloupe c.s., Vellum c.s. 101856

ink – Basic Black, Calypso Coral, Coastal Cabana, Crisp Cantaloupe, Old Olive

accessories – Labels Collection Framelits 125598, Floral Fusion Sizzlits 115969, Brights Candy Dots 130931, Candy Dots Brad Bases 132293, Stampin' Spritzer 126185

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