Friday, October 24, 2014

Halloween Treats For You

Happy Friday to you!

Thanks for stopping by today, the sisters are happy you did. Every week we set a theme and bring you several ideas with that theme and today is no different. Today's theme is Halloween Treats. You still have time (about a week, to be exact) to make Halloween treats for your favorite Trick or Treaters. Your treats will be by far the favorite of the entire night.

First up, we have Debbie's Fry Box treats... looks like this Big Shot die was a popular product this week!  She used the Motley Monsters suite of products on her projects.  Check out her blog HERE for complete details.


 
Then, we have Karla's matchbook treat. Check out her blog HERE for more information and additional pictures on how she created it.
 

Next we have Rachel's cute Jack-o-Lantern made from the Stampin' Up! big shot fry box die. Be sure to visit her blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by. We hope we have inspired you. See you next week!

Debbie, Karla & Rachel



Friday, October 17, 2014

Fabulous Fun Fold cards

  Happy Friday and thanks so much for visiting us today!  This week for Fabulous Friday we are sharing cards designed with a fun fold - there are many different types out there including interactive ones.  Here are a few ideas to inspire you!



First up is this fun unique fold snowflake card from Rachel Yurkanin.  Please be sure to visit her blog here to find out all about it.



And here is my creation for this week - I chose to make a Center-step card featuring the Nordic Noel DSP from the Holiday catalog.  Please be sure to visit my blog post here to get all the details.
 
 
This is Karla's card for this week's challenge, it's called an Upright Z-fold. You can get instructions on her blog.
 

Thanks so much for stopping by!  We hope we have inspired you with our projects and that you give these fun folds a try.  Have a fabulous weekend and happy stamping!!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, October 10, 2014

The Sisters are Pinning this Week

Hello there stampers! The Sisters are posting Pinspirations this week for Fabulous Friday. Pinspiration...I know it's not a real word but it explains exactly what happens when you get onto Pinterest!
 
Debbie is up first with this beautiful pendant, so clever! She has details and a listing of the supplies she used in today's post on her blog.

Here is Rachel's spooky card for this week's challenge. You can see the card that inspired her on her blog here.
 
 
Happy Friday to you and thank-you for stopping by today!
The Sisters in Stamping
Debbie, Rachel and Karla
 

Friday, October 3, 2014

Halloween is Just Around the Corner

Welcome to Sisters in Stamping. We are so glad you stopped by. Today we are going to be sharing with you some great Halloween card ideas. Why don't you make a Halloween card or two and send them off to surprise some friends or family this year? Everyone loves getting "happy" mail.

 
First up, we have a cute pirate owl Halloween card from Debbie. Great way to use up some scrap pieces of cardstock. Make a bunch of different pirates by switching up the colors on the owl. Don't forget to visit Debbie's blog for more information.


Next, we have a not so spooky Halloween card from Rachel. What a "dazzling" card to send to a little one this Halloween. No one will be spooked by this friendly little glitter ghost. This is also another great card to make multiples of and changing it up a bit by changing the designer paper. Head over to Rachel's blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by. See you next week.
Debbie, Karla, & Rachel

Friday, September 26, 2014

Fabulous Techniques for Fabulous Friday

  Happy Friday and thanks for visiting us!  This week we are sharing some of our favorite techniques with you... once you have mastered straightforward stamping, it is fun to start learning new ways to use your products in different ways to achieve some gorgeous effects.  There are thousands of techniques out there, here are just a few to inspire you and hopefully get you started!  Enjoy...


  First up is this gorgeous emboss resist Christmas card by Rachel Yurkanin.  Read all about the great products that she used from the Holiday catalog here on her blog.



  And my card this week features the Delft Tile technique.  You can get more information about my project including a link to the technique on my blog post here.

  Thanks so much for visiting and we hope we have inspired you to try one of these techniques soon.  Once you start creating cards and other projects with new techniques you'll find that your Stampin' Up! products offer lots of versatility.  Have a great weekend!!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, September 19, 2014

Masculine Ideas for Fabulous Friday

Welcome to this weeks Fabulous Friday post! Masculine cards are the theme today. It's always a good to have more masculine ideas, I know many of you struggle with Masculine Cards.

 Here is my (Karla) card for this weeks challenge. I have a close up picture on my blog of the ribbon detail.

  Rachel is up next with a very clever card, love the strips of washi tape! You can get the details here along with a list of supplies she used.


  And here is Debbie's birthday card featuring the "thumping" technique.  Please hop over to her blog here for more information about her project.

Thank-you for coming on over to check us out today!
The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Rachel and Debbie

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Time for Fall Ideas

September is upon us. The kick off to the busy holiday seasons. That also means crisp air, pumpkins, apples, scarecrows and more, so today we decided to share with you some Fall décor ideas for your home. Some may have already decorated for fall or it's on your list of things to get done. Now you can add a paper crafted piece to the mix. These projects are also great for gift giving for a hostess gift to a party you may be invited to.


First up is Debbie Naylor with this Fall banner featuring several Big Shot items and the Color Me Autumn product suite.  Please visit Debbie's blog to get more information about her project and view close-ups of the individual panels.



This candy jar was made by Rachel Yurkanin. She made a bow, added some leaves and an acorn and the project was complete (well, the chocolates inside really completed the project). Head over to Rachel's blog for more information on how she made her décor piece.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting us.
Be sure to come back next week for more great projects.
Debbie, Karla & Rachel