Friday, October 26, 2012

Framelits & Sizzlets!

   Are you in love with Stampin' Up!'s Framelits & Sizzlets dies?  Well if you're not, or you don't even know what they are, check out the Stampin' Up! catalog page 191 and the Holiday Collection catalog pages 3, 16, 29, and 30!  A couple great things about the Framelits is they have stamp sets that they coordinate with and many of them come bundled with that stamp set saving you money!

   To give you an idea of how you might use these items we've put together some fun samples for you.  First off we have Karla's creation.

   Karla used the Holiday Collection & Apothecary Accents Framelits to create this cute Christmas card!  Check out Karla's blog for more information on her card.

    Next we have Rachel's card.  She used the Apothercary Accents Framelits as well.  Head over to Rachel's blog for all the details of her card.

    Debbie created this fun Christmas candy favor using the Holiday Ornaments Framelits and the Be of Good Cheer DSP.  Hop on over to Debbie's blog to see a step-by-step tutorial to make it yourself!

   I also used the Holiday Collection and also used the Labels Collection Framelits for my Christmas card!  We all had Christmas on our minds already!  Check out my blog (Jacque) for additional information on the supplies that I used to make my card!

  As always we thank you for stopping by to visit and hope that you've been inspired to try something new!  Have a great weekend and please come back next Friday when we'll be sharing Thanksgiving projects!

Jacque, Karla, Debbie, and Rachel

Friday, October 19, 2012

Get ready to Decorate your Home

Time to decorate your home Stampin' Up! style. This week at Sisters in Stamping we are sharing home decor projects with you that have a Fall/Halloween theme. These projects will add so much to any holiday decorating you already do.

Remember your stamping supplies can do so much more than just make cards and scrapbooks. And we are here to show you just how to do it.

 First up, we have this great Halloween picture frame made by Debbie Naylor.  It's all ready for you just insert a picture of your little ghost and goblins.  Head over to Debbie's blog for all the details.
Here is Karla Anders' paper broom filled with chocolate! Check her blog to find out she created this cute table/desk decoration.

Then we have a glittery Fall decorated candle that would be a great centerpiece by Rachel Yurkanin. Be sure to check out Rachel's blog to see how she altered this candle.
Thanks for stopping by and visiting us.
Debbie, Jacque, Karla & Rachel

Friday, October 12, 2012

Punch Packs are Fabulous!

Well, hey there! Welcome back to another weekly edition of the Sisters in Stamping Fabulous Friday. It's my (Karla) turn this week to host and we are focusing on the cute little punch packs. There are two of them in the Idea Book & Catalog, Itty Bitty Shapes (item#118309) and Little Labels (item#126881) and one in the Holiday Mini catalog called Merry Minis (item#126882).
Here is my card for this week. I used the four petal flower in the Itty Bitty Shapes punch pack to shape this heart for the front of a baby card. You can go to my site to learn more.

Next up is Debbie's punch project, she used the Merry Mini's pack from the Holiday catalog to create this cute poinsettia for the front of her pouch. Here is a link to her blog where she has all of the directions.

Rachel is punching away with the Merry Minis punch pack too. She created this pretty Christmas card by using little punched trees to form a wreath for a focal point. Her post has all the details.

Those little punches are very versatile! Thank-you for joining us today--

Karla, Rachel, Debbie & Jacque
Sisters in Stamping

Friday, October 5, 2012

Trick or Treat...

  Trick or Treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat... are you ready to hear that?!  Happy Friday and welcome back for another edition of Fabulous Friday!  This week's projects are Halloween candy treats - trust me, there are no tricks here!  With Halloween just a few short weeks away, now is a good time to start making your treats, especially if you have a lot to make.  Choose any one of these fabulous candy favor ideas and you'll be the hit of the neighborhood or classroom!!

  First up we have Karla Anders' 2-4-6-8 treat box.  She used the Spider Web textured impressions folder and the super-cute Tricky Treats stamp set.  Be sure and visit Karla's blog here for all the details on how to duplicate this fun candy favor.

  Next is this treat from Rachel Yurkanin.  She created this little box filled with chocolates.  Don't know what big shot die she used to make it? You will find all the information about her project here on her blog.

Jacque made this cute little treat using the Two Tags die and some other fun Halloween supplies found in the Holiday Collections catalog.  Check out her blog for a supply list and details!

And lastly, here is my (Debbie's) candy favor, it is a matchbook treat holder featuring the Toxic Treats stamp set from the Holiday catalog.  You can find all the details, including a step-by-step tutorial, on my blog here.

  Thanks so much for stopping in today!  We hope you have a fabulous weekend and get a chance to celebrate World Card Making Day tomorrow.  Send a loved one a hand-stamped card this weekend and spread the love!!  Until next Friday, happy stamping!!

* Debbie, Jacque, Karla and Rachel *