Friday, March 30, 2018

Last Chance - Sale-a-bration is Coming to a Close

 Hi there,

We can't believe it is the second to last day for 2018's Sale-a-bration. It's been a great couple of months creating with these exclusive FREE Sale-a-bration items. This is your last chance to get them before they are gone forever. Remember with every $50 order you will get one level 1 item for free, with a $100 order you will get one level 2 item for free. And there are some great items that you will need to get to add to your collection.

We thought we should share with you a few more ideas using these Sale-a-bration items. Hope you enjoy.

This first card is stunning and was made by the talented Karla Anders. Be sure to check out her blog for more details on this card. 

Next up we have an equally beautiful card made by Debbie Naylor. Hop on over to her blog for all the information, especially how she colored these flowers.

Then, we have a fun card that uses the Party Pandas made by Rachel Yurkanin that is a great card to give to loved ones. Be sure to check out her blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by. See you next Friday.

Debbie, Jennifer, Karla & Rachel

Friday, March 23, 2018

Getting Ready for Easter

As winter melts away and cherry blossoms begin to bloom, we swiftly head towards Easter weekend.  To help us prepare, the Sisters In Stamping designers have created the following Easter projects to inspire you in your own creations.

First up is Karla Anders with her Easter cross featuring the Hold on to Hope bundle.  To see this and other Work of the Heart, check out Karla's blog here.  

This beautiful Tranquil Tulips card was submitted by the ever-talented Debbie Naylor.  I think the garden she has created here is perfectly lovely!  Hop over to her blog here for all the details.  

Finally, here is my card.  I also used the Hold on to Hope bundle.  I decided to keep things simple and not stamp any words to the front - I thought the cross was enough of a sentiment.  Take a trip to my blog here for more information.  

Thanks so much for stopping by.  We hope you all have a very blessed weekend!

** Debbie, Jennifer, Karla, and Rachel **

Friday, March 16, 2018

Color Inspiration from National Artichoke Hearts Day

  Happy Friday and thanks so much for visiting us.  Did you know that today is National Artichoke Hearts day?  We are drawing our color inspiration from that by creating projects featuring the color Always Artichoke.

  First up is Karla Anders with this super cute St. Patrick's Day candy favor - she used this color perfectly!  Be sure to visit her blog post here to find out all about how she created this project.

  And here is my card featuring the Lovely Wishes stamp set.  Please hop over to my blog post here to get more information about it.

Thanks so much for visiting!  We hope you have a fabulous weekend!!

* Debbie, Jennifer, Karla and Rachel *

Friday, March 9, 2018

Pinterest Inspired Projects

We have some fun projects this week, inspired by one of our favorite Social Media sites-- Pinterest!!
Let's get started with projects.
Here is Debbie's project for this week, if you go to her blog you can see more pictures and the Pin that inspired this lovely card.

  Next up is Jennifer, love her little crowned piggy! She has all of the details on her post so you can find out how she created this cute card.

  We hope we have given you some fun ideas for using your Stampin' Up!
 products and encourage you to find inspiration
 from the things you're pinning.  
Have a great weekend and see you back here next Friday!
The Sister's in Stamping
Karla, Debbie, Jennifer and Rachel

Friday, March 2, 2018

Think Spring

It's Friday. It's time for Sisters in Stamping to bring you some great inspiration.  This week we are focusing on Thinking Spring. I think if you live in any colder climate areas, you are more than ready for some awesome spring weather that is definitely warmer.

First up, we have such a pretty card made by Debbie Naylor. Hope over to Debbie's blog here for more details.

Here is Jennifer Rawlings' take on a spring card.  The black certainly allow these vibrant colors to take center stage!  Take a further look at this project on Jennifer's blog here.

Finally, we have Rachel Yurkanin's lattice card that definitely makes you think Spring. Visit her blog for more information.