Friday, November 8, 2019

Happy National Cappuccino Day!

  Happy Friday and Happy National Cappuccino Day!  In honor of this day, we created projects that are inspired by cappuccino for Fabulous Friday today.  How does this inspire you?  Let's see how it inspired us this week.

  Up first is Debbie Naylor with her all-occasion card featuring the new Christmas Rose stamp set with the colors of cappuccino - it almost looks like a sepia-toned photograph.  Be sure to hop over to Debbie's blog post here to get more information about this project.

  And next we have this bright and cheery card from Karla Anders featuring the Cup of Cheer stamp set and coordinating dies from the Holiday catalog.  For more information about this project, please visit Karla's blog here.

  Last but not least is this gorgeous nautical-themed card that Rachel Yurkanin designed with colors inspired by Cappuccino and the Sailing Home stamp set.  You can get the details for this project on Rachel's blog here.

  We hope we have given you some good ideas with our fun cappuccino-inspired projects this week.  Thanks, as always, for stopping by to check out our Fabulous Friday projects. Until next week, Happy Stamping!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Moving Sliders Cards

We are a little late this week for Fabulous Friday post, it took us awhile to get our cards done! Thank-you for checking back to take a look at our Slider Cards.

 Karla is up first with a sparkly Christmas card! You will have to go to her blog to see it open and she has posted a link to a tutorial video.

Next, is Debbie with her beautiful Thinking of You card. Again, you'll need to go to her post for today to see it open.

That's it for the Sister's today, we hope you have been inspired to take on a Slider Card. Thank-you for coming by today and come back next week to celebrate National Cappuccino Day!

The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Rachel and Debbie

Friday, October 25, 2019

A Little Halloween Fun

Hello and welcome to another Fabulous Friday here with the Sisters in Stamping. Halloween is less than a week away, so we are here today to share with you some great treat ideas for the upcoming Halloween festivities.

First up, we have Karla Anders spooky (not really) coffin treat holder. Nothing say Halloween more than a coffin, but this one is filled with goodies not spookies. Check out her blog for more information. 

Next up we have a scary pirate booty treat made by Debbie Naylor. Okay, this pirate is just adorable and not so scary at all. Be sure to hop on over to Debbie's blog for all the details on how she made this.

And finally, we have Rachel Yurkanin's pumpkin bag-o-lope. What? What does that even mean? It's something you have on hand and is super easy to make so you can fill it with your Halloween treats. Check out her blog for more information.

Thanks for stopping by. We'll see you soon.
Debbie, Karla, and Rachel

Friday, October 18, 2019

Fabulous Fall is here!!

  Fall is officially here and is the inspiration for our Fabulous Friday projects this week.  There are so many awesome Fall sights to inspire us at this time of year including the gorgeous colors of the fall leaves, scarecrows, pumpkins, apples, Indian Corn, Halloween and Thanksgiving.  Which did we choose?  Read on to find out....

  Up first is Karla Anders with her super-cute apple treats.  Please be sure to visit her blog here to find out what she used to create this project.

  And next is Debbie Naylor with her clean and simple card featuring the sponged colors of fall.  Make sure to hop over to her blog post here for more information.

  And last up we have Rachel Yurkanin with her beautiful all-occasion card.  Please check out her blog post here to get the details on her project.

  We hope that you have been inspired by our projects to create a hand-stamped Fall project of your own this weekend.  Thanks, as always, for stopping by and we hope you have a fabulous weekend!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Color Challenge Combo Friday

The Sisters are showing off their work today with a Color Challenge. This particular combination came from a women's fashion magazine layout. It wouldn't be the first three colors I'd put together but I think they make a striking combination!

light blue stampsred ink pad  

gold yellow pad

Karla is up first with her lovely Fall card. Go to her blog to get the details on her card.

Next is Debbie's card, I really like the way she used the 3 colors to color her image. Here is a link to her Fabulous Friday post.

That's it for us this week, make sure you come back next week for some fun Fall projects!

The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Debbie & Rachel

Friday, October 4, 2019

Memories and More Card Kits Used for Quick and Easy Cards

Hello and welcome to another fabulous Friday here with the Sisters in Stamping. 

This week we are ready to share with you some great cards that have been made using the Memories and More card packs from Stampin' Up! These card packs are NOT just for memory keeping (AKA scrapbooking). You can do so much more with them when you just start thinking outside the box a little bit. And cards are probably the easiest thing to make with them.

This first card is from Debbie Naylor. It's bright, cheerful and easy to make. Make sure you hop on over to her blog for more information on her card. 

Next up we have a great masculine card from Rachel Yurkanin. This card way very easy to make. Be sure to check out her blog for all of the details on her card. 

Thank you for stopping by. Be sure to join us again next week for even more ideas.

Debbie, Karla & Rachel

Monday, September 30, 2019

Hand-stamped Sympathy cards

  Happy Friday Monday and thank you so much for visiting us again this week! Sorry for the late posting but we experienced some technical difficulties this weekend.  And now on to our post...

  This week's Fabulous Friday theme is one that is always a tough one but very  much appreciated by the recipient - Sympathy cards.  Nothing shows you care more than a hand-stamped card. Check out what our designers came up with this week....

  Up first is Karla Anders with this beautiful monochromatic sympathy card featuring the Hold onto Hope stamp set. Please check out Karla's blog post here for more information about her project.

  And next we have Rachel Yurkanin's gorgeous card featuring the Perennial Essence DSP and Woven Heirlooms stamp set.  Be sure to visit her blog post here to get all the details about this card.

  Last but not least is this dog-lover's sympathy card from Debbie Naylor. Losing a pet is so hard and hopefully this card will brighten their day just a little bit.  Please hop over to Debbie's blog post here for more details about her card.

  As always, we thank you for stopping by.  We hope we brought you some ideas and inspiration so that you can use your Stampin' Up! products to make some fabulous sympathy cards.  Thanks and have a great weekend!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *