Ann Butler is a licensed artist, author, consultant, coach and instructor for the creative industries. Her designs appear in multi-authored books, magazines, booklets, manufacturer tradeshow booths and websites. She has been teaching workshops locally and internationally for the past 20+ years and currently teaches online classes at Creative Workshops.She regularly is a guest artist on TV and Web TV Shows.
Hello Everybody! Vishu here today to share a fun Faux Quilted Card with Bling using Ann Butler Designs stamps, inks and rhinestone genie. Instructions: Step 1 Firstly, I stamped the 1″ square faux quilt stamps with Berry and Limelight ink onto white card stock and cut them out. Step 2 Then, I created a frame, by gluing the stamped cut out images onto a piece of white card
Hi everyone Steph Ackerman here with a set of Flip Cards using Ann Butler’s Crafter’s Inks. Step 1 Stamp and die cut all elements. Step 2 Using a water brush, paint all die cut elements with assorted colors of Crafter’s Inks. Step 3 Paint Berry Ink on the roses. Allow to dry then paint on some Canyon Ink to add a bit of definition. Step 4
Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with a sweet embossed card for Mom. This card would be wonderful for her birthday, for Mother’s Day or perhaps for no reason at all. Who doesn’t love to receive a card in the mail? Step 1: Paint glossy card stock randomly with Limelight and Sheer Copper Iridescents. Once dry, emboss the panel with a Sizzix embossing folder. Lightly ink
Hello, my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new easy made modern art page tutorial made with Ann Butler’s Iridescents by Earth Safe Finishes. I used Ann Butler Designs Iridescents paints from Earth Safe Finishes in different colors to make this modern, almost geometric art page and it was easy and fun and you can make one in no time using Ann’s lovely products. Step by
Hi friends, Donna here with you today to show you how to make a Quick and Easy Stamped Bookmark. Summer is coming, that means relaxing and reading. You will need a bookmark and it is quick and easy to make a stamped bookmark in minutes featuring stamps and inks by Ann Butler. Let’s get started with this Quick & Easy Stamped Bookmark……… Step 1: Gather
Hi everyone Steph Ackerman here with a DIY Pink-a-licious Door Hanger. What little girl wouldn’t love to have her own pink-a-licious door hanger? Step 1: I started with a chipboard shaped door hanger in a dingy color and painted Gesso over the chipboard. I wanted the final colors to really stand out and Gesso would allow me to do that. Step 2: I dabbed Berry Crafter’s Ink