Friday, July 31, 2015

Never Enough Notecards

Thanks for stopping by today. We have some great notecard sets and holders to share with you. You can never have enough notecards on hand so these are perfect to make for yourself and even better to make and give as gifts. With the Christmas holiday quickly approaching (you know it is), you can get a head start on those handcrafted gifts you want to give.

First up, we have Debbie's purse tote and notecards using the Pretty Petals Designer Series Paper Stack. Be sure to check out her blog for more information.

Next we have Rachel's folder type holder that has 8 notecards using the Tmeless Elegance Designer Series Paper (a black and vanilla paper that she added color to). Head on over to her blog for more details.

And here is our guest designer Cindy Blekas' notecard holder featuring the Bohemian Designer Series Paper.  Be sure to stop by her blog to get all the details and see the cards she created for the inside.

As always, thanks for visiting. Come back next week when we share some great masculine card ideas with you.

Debbie, Cindy, Karla, & Rachel

Friday, July 24, 2015

Fabulous new Designer Papers

  Happy Friday and thanks for visiting with us this today!  This week we are featuring some of the gorgeous new designer series papers (DSP) in our Fabulous Friday designs.  Whether you are creating 3D designs or a simple card, DSP makes every project look amazing!  Have you got a favorite?

  Up first is Rachel Yurkanin, who is sharing some of her wonderul 3D swaps that she created using the Go Wild DSP stack for the Stampin' Up! convention that is going on this week.  You can check out more information on Rachel's blog post here.

  And next is this gorgeous tunnel card created by our guest designer Cindy Blekas featuring the Bohemian DSP.  Be sure to hop over to her blog here to see the inside of her card!

  Last but not least is my project - I created a set of thank you cards featuring the Pretty Petals DSP stack that are CASE'd from a design I found on Pinterest.  Find more information about my cards including the original design here.

  Thanks so much for checking out our DSP designs - we hope we have inspired you to use some of yours in your next project.  Have a wonderful weekend and see you next week when we share note card sets with matching holders.... just in time for you to get a head start on making gifts for the holidays!!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, July 17, 2015

A Parade of Ribbon

Hello and welcome to another Fabulous Friday post! We are showcasing ribbon this week, it's an inexpensive addition to any project. The best thing about Stampin' Up!'s ribbons is that they are all color coordinated to their inks and paper.

You really see that with Debbie's card, her 1 1/4" Bermuda Bay Striped Grosgrain Ribbon matches perfectly with the rest of her card. Click here for directions on creating her card.

Rachel's project uses 3/8" Basic Black Ribbon for the handles on her cute little gift bag. She used another ribbon on her bag-- can you spot it? Here is a link to her blog.

Lastly, here is Karla's project. She used the new InColor ribbon 1" Delightful Dijon Dotted Lace Trim. You can go to her blog to take a look at it close up.

Thank-you for dropping by today and checking us out and, have a happy Friday!
The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Debbie and Rachel

Friday, July 10, 2015

What's New Mr. Big Shot?


We are so glad you have decided to stop by and visit us today. We are sharing some great projects using some of the new big shot items that are in this year's catalog. We all love Mr. Big Shot, don't we?  He makes creating so much more fun and a whole lot easier.

First up we have Debbie's adorable Christmas box that looks like a chimney with a hanging wreath. A great project for Christmas in July. Check out her blog for more information.

Next up, we have a great thank you card that uses an alphabet for the greeting with of course, some texturing of the background using Mr. Big Shot. Head over to her blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by to see us.

Debbie, Karla & Rachel

Friday, July 3, 2015

Red, White and Blue for the 4th

Karla is up first with an altered frame that has a twist. You can get the details on her blog.
This is Debbie's project for the Red White and Blue challenge, it's filled with chocolate! Here is the link for this cute project.
 Lastly we have Rachel's project, a fun bag containing a Smore Kit. Her post will give you directions on how to make your own.

Thank-you for stopping by this week!
The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Debbie and Rachel