Friday, September 21, 2018

Feeling "Punchy"

It's Friday and that means we here at Sisters in Stamping are ready to share some great projects with all of you. This week we are feeling "punchy."  We are sharing  great projects with you that showcase some of the great punches Stampin' Up! carries. You are surely going to love them and want to get your punches out to start creating.

First up, we have this adorable treat, from Karla Anders. Isn't he the cutest scarecrow you've ever seen? Head over to her blog for more details. 

Next up is a fun, kimono girl card made by Cindy Blekas. If you skip on over to her blog, you will find more details on how she created this card.

This creative Halloween card was made by Jennifer Rawlings. To find out which punches she used, jump on over to her blog to get all the details.

Look at this adorable card featuring a cute puppy flying away by the helium of a 3-D balloon. Hop on over to Debbie Naylor's blog to see what she used and how she made her card. 

And lastly, we have a cute little girl card made by Rachel Yurkanin. Don't forget to go visit her blog for more details.

As always, we hope we have inspired you to create some fun, creative projects.
Thanks for stopping by,

Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla & Rachel

Friday, September 14, 2018

Fabulous Sketch Challenge

Welcome back to another Fabulous Friday!

Today the designers were given a sketch challenge.  These are always a lot of fun because everyone has a different interpretation of a particular layout.
Here is the original sketch - SIS #1

I love designers who can see the variations in a project.  This type of vision makes such an impact!  But that doesn't diminish the beauty in the other creations which are closer to the original sketch.  All of our designers did such a great job - lets check out their fabulous cards!

First up is guest designer, Cindy Blekas with a tropical take on this challenge.  She was able to see beyond the specific shapes to get more out of this sketch.  Get all of her thoughts on this project from Cindy's blog here.

Debbie Naylor used the Beautiful Day stamp set as the focal point of her project.  I love her color choices too!  Hop over to her blog here to get all her details.

Next up  is my Halloween card featuring the Seasonal Chums stamp set.  The designs from the Wood Textures dsp stack always makes for a great background.  Visit my blog here to learn more about this project.

Karla Anders does a little flip on her card design, but the original sketch is definitely still there.  And her color combination is stunning!  Be sure to check it out by visiting her blog here.

Thank you to our friends and visitors stopping in today.  We would love for you to try out this sketch for yourself.  If you do, please send us a picture or link so we can check it out too!
Have a fabulous weekend, and for those impacted by Hurricane Florence,
we pray for safety for you all.

** Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla, and Rachel **

Friday, September 7, 2018

Fabulous Designer Series Paper Inspiration

  Happy Friday and thanks for visiting us today!  We have created some fabulous projects to inspire you today with Designer Series Paper (DSP) from Stampin' Up! as the featured product of the week.  DSP is so great for the simple fact that all the designs in a package coordinate beautifully together so it makes easy to mix and match.  In addition, it provides a great color palette and now Stampin' Up! makes is so easy by selling coordinating card stock packs.  Let's take a look to see what our designers created this week...

  Up first is guest designer Cindy Blekas with not one but two fun birthday card ideas featuring the Broadway Bound specialty DSP.  Be sure to visit her blog post here to get all the details about these cards.

  And next is this super cute card designed by Jennifer Rawlings featuring the Animal Expedition DSP.  Who wouldn't want to receive this sweet card?  Check out Jennifer's blog here to get more information about her card.

  Karla Anders proves that you can use DSP and create an awesome masculine card when you start with a great DSP stack like Wood Textures.  Please stop by Karla's blog here to get more information about this great card design.

  Last is my contribution this week - a quick and easy birthday card featuring the Garden Galore DSP stack.  Hop over to my blog post here to get all the details about this card.

  Thank you so much for visiting us this week!  We hope you have a fabulous weekend and get the opportunity to make some beautiful hand-stamped creations featuring DSP from Stampin' Up!  Be sure to check back next week when we feature punches!!

* Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, August 31, 2018

Fun Color Challenge!

Bermuda Bay Classic Stampin' PadLemon Lime Twist Classic Stampin' Pad

Welcome to our Fabulous Friday post, the Sisters are all stepping up to a Color Challenge this week!

Karla is up first with her Crafting Forever card.  A little sparkle, some embossing-- nice! Here is a link to her post for today.

 Up next is Cindy with her pretty card for today's challenge. Find out what stamp set she used and how she made her card here.

This is Jennifer's card and what a cute "End of Summer" card it is! She used a fun technique to color up her lawn chair, go to her blog to read up.

Here we have Rachel Yurkanin's fun card. She tried a fun new technique on her card, visit her blog for more details.

Lastly we have Debbie's lovely card, I really like the way to sorry pops off the card! Make sure you head over to her blog to get all of the details on her project.

Thank-you for stopping by today and scoping out our cards for this week!
The Sisters in Stamping
Cindy, Karla, Debbie, Rachel & Jennifer

Friday, August 24, 2018

All that glitters and shines

  Happy Friday and thank you so much for visiting us here today!  This week our guest designer Cindy Blekas asked us to design projects featuring glitter and glimmer because everyone loves sparkles.

  First up is Cindy's contribution - here is her gorgeous glitter and shine card featuring the Serene Garden bundle.  Be sure to visit her blog post here to get more information about it.

  And next we have Debbie Naylor's card featuring the glitter window technique.  Please hop over to her blog post here to get all the details.

  Karla Anders added shimmer to her super-cute birthday card using the iridescent sequins - how clever!  Check out her blog here for more information about her project.

Rachel Yurkanin added glitter to the dandelions to make your wishes even more special. Head over to her blog for more information to make this card.

And finally, we have Jennifer Rawlings "amazing" card featuring shimmery white cardstock with a few other embellishments to really make it shine.  You can visit Jennifer's blog here.

  We hope we have inspired you with our glittery and shiny projects today!  Have a great weekend and see you back here next week.

* Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, August 17, 2018

A Little Heat in August; Heat Embossing That Is

 Hello there,

Thanks for stopping in today to visit the Sisters in Stamping.  This week we are sharing with you projects that are heat embossing. You know stamp in versamark, add powder to the top and then heat set to make it nice and shiny?  Heat embossing is always a wow and can make projects look so elegant.

First up,we have Cindy Blekas' card. Who wouldn't love a latte card? This would even be good to add a nice little gift card too. Visit Cindy's blog for more information.

Then we have a card that uses a heat emboss technique from Rachel Yurkanin. If you want to know how to do it, you will need to visit her blog for details.

Jennifer Rawlings decided to take on two different embossing methods - heat embossing and additional texture by applying embossing paste with a stencil.  Check out her blog to learn more!

Thanks for stopping. We hope you are inspired to get out your heat tool and embossing powder to have some creative fun time.

Debbie, Jennifer, Karla, Rachel & Cindy

Friday, August 10, 2018

Heading Back to School

Here we go...starting another school year!  
Backpacks and lunchboxes need to be filled with encouraging words throughout the year, but especially those first few days to make sure everyone stays focused and headed in the right direction.  And this isn't just necessary for the kids - no way!  Parents, teachers, administrators, aids, etc. all need a little encouragement!  Today the SIS designers are sharing projects they like to share at the beginning of the school year.  Let's see what they've created!

  First up, here are three projects from our very special guest designer, Cindy Blekas.  She made these for her nieces and nephew and designed them with each of their school colors!  I love how personalized these are!  Stop over to Cindy's blog here to learn more.

  Jennifer Rawlings made this sweet flying little piggy card to encourage her little ones to soar high and reach the stars!  Take another look and get all her project details by visiting Jennifer's blog here.

Rachel Yurkanin made this card that's great to give the teacher or for the teacher to give to her students. More details are on her blog, visit it here.

  Debbie Naylor altered a small notebook which is perfect for any student to keep track of their homework assignments.  Be sure to hop over to Debbie's blog post here to see how she created it.

  Thank you so much for visiting with us today!  We hope to have encouraged you to create something special for those heading back to school.  Feel free to share with us what you're creating.  We love to hear from you!

** Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla, & Rachel **