Friday, December 7, 2018

Inking outside the box

  Happy Friday and thanks for checking in today!  This week for your inspiration we are featuring projects that have been colored using anything BUT an ink pad.  Let's see what the Sisters created for you this week...



  Up first is guest designer  Cindy Blekas with this super-cute elf Christmas card that she colored using Watercolor Pencils.  Please check out her blog post here for more information about her project.




  And next we have this gorgeous Christmas card from Karla Anders that she colored using Stampin' Blend markers.  Be sure to visit her blog here to get more details about her project.



  And last up is Debbie Naylor's fun Christmas card that she colored using Stampin' Write markers and frost white shimmer paint.  Please hop over to her blog post here for additional information about her project.

  Thanks so much for visiting us this week!  We hope we have inspired you to ink up your projects using one of the many awesome coloring products that Stampin' Up! offers.  Have a great weekend and happy stamping!!

* Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, November 30, 2018

Quick and Easy Christmas cards.

Hello There,

Thanks for joining us here at Sisters in Stamping. Today we are sharing with you quick and easy Christmas cards. These cards for everyone, especially beginners and those who just don't have enough time to make more elaborate cards. Quick and easy does not mean "cheesy." Seriously, check out these great cards.


This first card is made by Karla Anders. A beautiful wreath with holly berries is a perfect Christmas card. For more details, visit her blog.


Next up, we have a card made by Cindy Blekas. She used some great designer paper to make her card quickly. Visit her blog for more details.


Then, we have a pretty card made by Debbie Naylor. The gold deer is  perfect touch for an elegant  quick and easy card. Hop on over to her blog for more details.


And finally, we have a card made by Rachel Yurkanin. Her quick and easy card has more of a country feel to it. Visit her blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by today.

We hope you have been inspired to get out some supplies and make those Christmas cards if you haven't already.

Debbie, Cindy, Karla, Jennifer and Rachel

Friday, November 23, 2018

Gift Tags for Everyone

Happy Friday, friends!  Many are out and about today shopping all the after-Thanksgiving Day sales to get the best deals on Christmas gifts for loved ones (or themselves).  So what better theme for today's Fabulous Friday than gift tags, a perfect embellishment for those thoughtfully planned gifts.



First up is guest designer Cindy Blekas.  She created these warm Christmas tags featuring the Festive Farmhouse DSP and matching Twine.  Take a closer look at these tags and the many others she created by visiting Cindy's blog here.



Jennifer also used the Festive Farmhouse DSP for her gift tags, and then added a bit of shine with glimmer paper reindeer cut from the Detailed Deer Thinlits Dies.  Head over to Jennifer's blog here to get all the details for this project.


If you are looking for a great sale on stamping supplies, be sure to take advantage of the Online Extravaganza going on NOW through November 28th.  You can easily order directly from your favorite demonstrator's online store!




Thanks so much for visiting with us today!  We are so very grateful for our regular followers and new visitors alike.  We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and that we have inspired you to get a little creative this weekend.

Have a Fabulous Friday!

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

Friday, November 16, 2018

Sympathy For Your Loss Cards

  Hand-stamped cards are always well received and there is no better way to let someone know that you're there and praying for them than with a sympathy card made with love.  This week we are sharing some inspiration for this type of card because they're always good to have on hand.



  Up first is guest designer Cindy Blekas with this beautiful dragonfly card.  Please visit Cindy's blog post here to get more details about this project.



  And next is this elegant card from Karla Anders.  Please visit her blog here to get more information about this card.



  And lastly, here is my card.  Please hop over to my blog post here for more details about it.

  We'd like to thank you for your continued support of our blog and wish you and your families a very Happy Thanksgiving!

* Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *

Saturday, November 10, 2018

30 Years of Stamping

The Sisters are pulling out some vintage rubber for this weeks theme. In honor of 
Stampin' Up!s 30 Year Anniversary
we have made cards with our very first stamp set. 

 Karla is up first, she really mixed it up old and new for this colorful card. Go to her blog to read about her project.


 This is Debbie's card for today's challenge. Her card is beautiful and elegant and uses one of my all time favorite stamp sets, here is a link to her blog.


 Next we have Jennifer's Fall Get Well card. Really like the masculine feel she captured, go to her post to learn more about her design.


Lastly we have Cindy's super cute Birthday card. Can you spot the extra fun touch she added to her bunny? Click here to "hop" (get it?? 😃) on over to her blog to read up on all of the details.

Thank-you for stopping by today and checking our projects out!

The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Rachel, Jennifer, Debbie & Cindy

Friday, November 2, 2018

Oh Ribbon, How I Love Thee!

  This week, we are using ribbon on our projects because who doesn't love ribbon?  Each year, Stampin' Up! has such a wonderful assortment of ribbons - the colors, textures, and styles are so varied, it's hard not to buy them all up!  I have to say, we probably all have way more ribbon than we can use, but it's too great of an embellishment not to have!



  Karla made this beautiful Christmas card.  Don't you love how she used the ribbon on this card?  I love it!  See what inspired her and get all of the details on her blog here.


  Here is Cindy's card.  She used a variety of different ribbons.  Find out which ones on her blog here.


  Debbie used the Whisper White Polka Dot Tulle for her Christmas card.  Be sure to hop over to her blog post here to get more information about this project.



 We have a set of cards from Jennifer this time.  Just a strip of this new burlap ribbon from the Holiday catalog adds a great rustic feel.  Stop by Jennifer's blog to learn more.

  It's obvious that our designers have Christmas preparations on their minds! :)  We hope you loved seeing these great ribbon-focused projects as much as we had creating them for you.

Thanks for stopping by - have a fabulous weekend and happy stamping!!

* Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, October 26, 2018

Shake It Up!

Hello everyone,

Happy Friday. We are so excited to "Shake things up" for you today. We are sharing some great shaker cards with all of you. These cards are so fun to make and the recipient thinks they are awesome. An interactive card is always more fun than just one you open and a shaker card definitely falls under that category.



Our first shaker card is a glistening reindeer Christmas card made by Jennifer Rawlings.  You need to head over to her blog to get all the details. You won't want to miss them.



Next, we have a festive cup of cheer shaker card made by Cindy Blekas. Wouldn't you love to get a latte where the band has a fun shaker element to it? Want more information? You'll need to skip on over to Cindy's blog.




This cancer awareness card  made by Debbie Naylor is very timely. It would certainly cheer up and help someone to keep their courage. Hop on over to her blog for all the details. 


And finally, we have a fun shaker card that would be great to send to one of your favorite wee people. Imagine the smile it would put on their face. Visit Rachel Yurkanin's blog for all the details.


* Cindy, Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *