Friday, October 25, 2013

Ready to Get Framed?

Hello and Welcome to the Sisters in Stamping blog. We are ready to think outside the card. This week we are ready to share some framed stamped art with you. Framed art is a great gift idea, especially for those that have everything. It's personal, it's made with love, and it's sure to be treasured for a long time to come.
First up we have Karla's framed art. She even took it a step further with thinking outside the card and used something unique for her advent calendar. She didn't use the traditional frame. Head over to her blog for all the details.

Next, we have Debbie's framed art. She made an adorable name frame that is all ready to just add a picture of baby. Her punch art certainly adds a lot of "punch" to the finished look. Jump over to Debbie's blog for all the details.

And finally, we have Rachel's framed art.  She used a small picture frame to make a personal gift that would be a nice addition to any desk. Want more details? Skip on over to Rachel's blog for all the details. 
Thanks for visiting us today.
Debbie, Karla, & Rachel

Friday, October 18, 2013

Have you Heard?

Have you ever wanted a stamp that didn't exists? This Summer Stampin' Up! introduced a new product called Undefined, now it's possible to make your own stamp! The Kit comes with instructions, carving tools, blanks and a few ideas if you're not sure what you want but you'd still like to create something. You can purchase more blanks too if you want to carve more, which trust me you will want because it was so fun to create the first one! The Sisters have a couple of ideas for you today with the Kits that we purchased.

Rachel is up first--

Isn't Rachel's Scarecrow the cutest?? You can go to her blog to see what her carved stamp looks like.
Thank-you so much for stopping by...hopefully we will see you back here next week for another Fabulous Friday post!
The Sisters in Stamping
Rachel, Debbie and Karla

Friday, October 11, 2013

Stampin' Up! "Best of..." 25th anniversary stamp sets are fabulous!

   Happy Friday and thank you for checking in with us!  This week for Fabulous Friday we chose to create projects using the Stampin' Up! "Best of" stamp sets featuring some of the most popular images from the past 25 years.  Since January, Stampin' Up! has introduced a new "Best of" stamp set each month and will continue to do so through March 2014.  These sets are all priced at just $14.95 and come in clear-mount option only.  When you purchase six of these special stamp sets, you get to choose a stamp set with a value of $14.95 for FREE!  How awesome is that?!  So, are you ready for some inspiration?  Here we go....

  First up is this fabulous altered mini muslin bag designed by Rachel Yurkanin with images from September's Best of Autumn stamp set.  Be sure and visit Rachel's blog to get all the details about her project.

  Next we have another fabulous altered mini muslin bag created by our guest designer Gerin Martin.  She also created a matching 3x3 note card to go with her bag and used three different Best Of sets - Butterflies, Flowers and Greetings.  You will find more information about this project here.

  And here is my project - I decided to make a set of cards featuring the Best of Flowers and  Best of Greetings sets.  Which is your favorite color combination?  Read more about my project here on my blog.

  Thanks so much for visiting us today!  We hope we have inspired you and shown you how awesome these Best Of stamp sets are!  Have a fabulous weekend!!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, October 4, 2013

Treats for You

We are so glad you are stopping by today because with Halloween just around the corner, we have some treats for you. You will definitely want to make some of these to give treats to all the little trick or treaters and some big ones too.
Look how absolutely adorable this S'more treat is. Hope the ghost doesn't spook you. Debbie did a fabulous job on this treat, be sure to head over to her blog for more details.

The cuteness just continues with Karla's sweet bat treat holder. Do you know what Big shot die she used to make this?  Visit Karla's blog for all the details on her treat.

And Rachel made a treat that you can keep for years to come. It's a great "treat" for teachers or any big trick or treater. Head over to Rachel's blog for all the details