We are taking a break today to spend time with our families, but wanted you all to know how much we appreciate you coming back each week to check out our Fabulous Friday projects! We hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving spent with loved ones and good food!
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Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great weekend!! Happy Shopping and Happy Stamping!!!
Hello! We are making Christmas Ornaments this week at the Sisters in Stamping blog. This has got to be my favorite holiday project, I always give Christmas Ornaments as gifts. So let's get on with the samples, eh?
Here is Debbie's sparkly ornament for this week's post. She told me that she was making these at an upcoming class, you can check it out here and get class times if you live in the area.
This is my (Karla) Christmas Ornament, I made a bunch of these for the Choir Group that went to South Dakota All-State last month. You can read about it here.
Have a great week-end and happy crafting from the Sisters!
Have you ever looked through the Stampin' Up! catalog and picked colors for a project from a sample shown? There's even more inspiration packed in that giant book of goodness, the designer series paper is a great source of inspiration. Whether you use the paper or not the colors in the pack and the designs can certainly inspire you to get crafty. This week here at Sister's in Stamping we are using the All is Calm Designer Series Specialty Paper for inspiration.
First up, we have Debbie's card. She used the paper colors for her inspiration. She didn't use one piece of the Designer Series paper on her card but look how great the card looks put together because she knew for sure that these colors worked well with each other. Be sure to head over to her blog for more information on how she created this fun Christmas card.
Next up, we have Rachel's card. She used the colors of the paper as well as a few strips from the paper pack for her card. Just a small piece of paper can do so much for the card, plus you can make so many more cards if you use just a small amount of paper on each card. Don't forget to stop over at her blog for more information on how she created her Christmas card.
Thanks for stopping by to visit us and see the projects we have created. See you next week.
Happy Friday and thanks so much for visiting today!! The leaves are changing and temperatures are falling - it's a great time of year as we head into Thanksgiving later this month! This week that is the theme for our projects... enjoy the inspiration!
First up is this cute decorated gift bag designed by Rachel. Hop over to her blog here to find out how she created the striped ribbon.
Here is Karla's project for this week. The canning jars were dressed up and used as table decor at a wedding, you can see more on her blog.
I came up with a Fall Favor that holds a piece of chocolate - wouldn't it be fun to have these at each place setting this Thanksgiving?! Please visit my blog here for more details about how I created this favor.
Thanks so much for visiting! Have a fabulous weekend.