Friday, November 27, 2020

Getting Ready for a Traditional Christmas

 Hello and welcome back to Sisters in Stamping. This week we are so excited to be getting ready for Christmas and sharing with you some great Christmas cards that use the traditional Christmas colors of red and green. Do you use traditional colors or do you break away from tradition?

This beautiful first card was made by Debbie Naylor. Nothing says Christmas like an evergreen wreath with some red berries. Hop over to her blog for more details.

This next card made by Karla Anders is adorable for all the gnome lovers out there. It's the perfectly decorated gnome home. Visit Karla's blog for more details.

Our final card is made by Rachel Yurkanin. She used some traditional stockings with her traditional Christmas colors. Head on over to her blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by. We hope you enjoy our creations and feel inspired to begin or finish your Christmas cards. 

   Debbie, Karla & Rachel

Saturday, November 21, 2020

Fabulous Quick & Easy Christmas Card Ideas


  Hello and Happy Friday! With Christmas just 5 short weeks away, there's no time like the present to get started on those handstamped Christmas cards for family and friends.  Quick & Easy cards make that task so much more attainable and that is why we wanted to share some inspiration with you this week. We hope you enjoy these ideas!

  Up first is Karla Anders with this great card featuring several diecuts and a stamp set from the Holiday catalog.  Be sure to visit Karla's blog post here to get more information about her card.

  Debbie Naylor created this simple card featuring a stamp set that coordinates with a tag kit in the Holiday catalog, showing the versatility of it.  Please hop over to Debbie's blog post here to find out more about her card.

  We hope have given you some stamping inspiration and that you take the time to make some Christmas cards this weekend! Have a great one!

* Debbie, Karla and Rachel *


Sunday, November 15, 2020

Scrape Painting

Welcome to this week's Fabulous Friday post.... sure, it's a little late! Better late than not showing you this fun, messy technique, it's called Scrape Painting and it was featured on Splitcoast Stampers earlier this year. On with the show!

Debbie is up first with her card. She used Pool Party, Bermuda Bay and Pacific Point in her scrape painting. I really like the motion that the paint and the butterfly give to the card. Here is a link  to her post.  

Next, is Karla's Cocktail inspired card. She used Old Olive and Crushed Curry Scrape Painting. She used a slightly different twist, go to her post to read how she modified the technique.

Lastly, we have Rachel's fun Birthday card. She used Bumblebee, Just Jade and Magenta Madness to make her Scrape Painting. She also tweaked the tutorial a bit, read up in her post for this project.

That's it for us this week. Go try this "fun but messy" technique today, Scrape Painting.

The Sisters in Stamping,

Karla, Rachel and Debbie 😃

Friday, November 6, 2020

Fall is Upon Us

Welcome to Sisters in Stamping and another great Fabulous Friday post. This week it's all about fall. We're not rushing into Christmas just yet. There's still plenty of fall left to enjoy.

This first card will have you going "nuts" for fall. Isn't it just adorable. Debbie Naylor did a great job with this creation. Be sure to hop on over to her blog for complete details.

Next up, we have a great fall leaves card from Karla Anders. Fall definitely equates to beautifully colored leaves and she didn't disappoint with this card. Head over to her blog for more details.

And finally, we have a different take on pumpkins from Rachel Yurkanin. If you want to know how she made her stacked pumpkins, you will need to visit her blog for the details. 

We so appreciate you stopping by to check out our creations each week. Don't forget to come back next week to see what we will have waiting for you.

Have a happy weekend,
Debbie, Karla, and Rachel