Friday, October 31, 2014

Fast, Quick and Easy Christmas Cards

Happy Halloween! The Sisters want to celebrate with... Christmas cards?? Yes, it's true. Still seems a little early to be thinking of Christmas cards but if you are making your cards by hand you will love today's post. We are featuring Christmas cards that are quick and more importantly-- easy to duplicate. So, on with the show--

Rachel is up first this week with her quick card and some fun colors. A Christmas stamp set called Festival of Trees and some punches. Click here to find out it all goes together.

Here is Debbie's quick card, she used a stamp from the set called Cheerful Christmas. This set is in the Holiday Mini and has some fun accessories to compliment it.
 Here is a link to her blog to read more.

Here is my (Karla) card for this week. I used Merry Everything which has a matching punch-- that makes this card go together even quicker. There are more pictures in today's post.
Thank-you for coming by today and make sure you come back next week for more stamping fun.
The Sisters in Stamping
Rachel, Karla and Debbie

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