Friday, February 22, 2019

Cling Wrap Technique

Well here we are again it's Friday already, the weeks are just flying by! The Sisters are all posting cards made with a fun background called Cling Wrap Technique. 

Debbie is up first with her Birthday card, a very classic masculine card! She has the directions and the products she used to make her card on her blog.

This is Jennifer for the Cling Wrap Technique, a fun color combination and some doilies for her Birthday card. Make sure you go to her blog and check out her post for today's Fabulous Friday.

Lastly is Karla's card, she used one of the newer products in Idea Book & Catalog called Brusho to make her background. Click here to go to her blog and see how she created her card.

That's it for us this week, hope you'll come by next Friday to see what we have going on!
Until then, have a great week-- 

The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Debbie and Jennifer

Friday, February 15, 2019

Make it Monochrome

Monochrome cards may sound boring, but in reality they can be simplistic and elegant or make a bold statement.  When our designers were posed with the challenge of sharing monochromatic cards, they showed us what we can love about sticking with a single color. 
Let's check them out now.

First up is Debbie Naylor's masculine birthday card in shades of black and gray.  This large birthday sentiment makes a bold statement that any guy would appreciate.  Hop on over to Debbie's blog here for all the information you need on this perfect project.

Next we have Jennifer Rawlings' simple Berry Burst card.  A dusting of Dazzling Diamonds over the sentiment really make it pop, but photos really don't provide the justice this deserves.  Check out Jennifer's blog here for more details. 

Finally, here is Karla Anders' classy floral card.  I just love everything about this card!  The simplicity in color with pearl embellishments really make for an elegant project anyone would love to receive.  Be sure to head over to Karla's blog here to learn more.

We are so happy that you decided to stop in with us today!  Thank you, and be sure to come back again next week for fun with doilies.

**  Debbie, Jennifer & Karla **

Friday, February 8, 2019

Sweet treats for Valentine's Day

  Happy Friday and thanks so much for visiting us today!  This week our Fabulous Friday projects are sweet treats created with our favorite Stampin' Up! products that are perfect to give to friends, besties, co-workers, classmates, your kids... anyone that you want to show how much you care.

  Up first is Karla Anders with this sweet pouch - I wonder what is inside?  I think she's giving us a hint, don't you?  Be sure to check out Karla's blog here to find out and get more details about her project.

  And here is Jennifer Rawlings' project this week - check out that punch art!  Who wouldn't want to receive this sweet Valentine?  Please visit Jennifer's blog post here for more information.

  Last up is this cute little altered coffee cup from Debbie Naylor.  Be sure to hop over to Debbie's blog post here to check out all the details.

  Thanks so much for stopping by - we hope we have inspired you to create some fun treats for your Valentines!!  Have a great weekend and see you back here next week when we'll be sharing monochromatic projects.

* Debbie, Jennifer and Karla *

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Glitter Me This!

Well, hello and welcome to the Sisters in Stamping! Today we are posting cards made with a clever Technique called a Glitter Window, it is a fun and easy way to add some sparkle on a card or project. We are glitter lovers from way back!

First up is Karla and her glitterfied Valentine Card. She has more pictures on her blog, go check it out

 Next we have Jennifer's her glitterey cross. She used a stamp and framelit set to make her card, here is a link to her post for today.

Last we have Debbie's card, she made a large window and then layered her pretty butterfly under it. Click here to go to her blog for details on today's card.

Thank-you for stopping by and make sure you come back next week!
The Sisters in Stamping
Karla, Jennifer and Debbie