Ann Butler is a licensed artist, author, consultant, coach, speaker and instructor for the creative industries. Her designs appear in multi-authored books, magazines, booklets, manufacturer tradeshow booths and websites. She has been presenting seminars, conducting boot-camps and teaching workshops locally and internationally for the past 20+ years. She regularly is a guest artist on TV and Web TV Shows.
The crisp clean, fresh air of Fall is here so I thought I would create a Fall Stamped Faux Quilted Table Runner using my Faux Quilting Stamps and Crafter’s Inks. This Fall Stamped Faux Quilted Table Runner is quick and easy and can be created in an afternoon! Step 1: Start the first row approximately three inches down from one of the short edges of
Hello, Everybody! can’t believe we are just one week away from Christmas. Vishu here today to share this quick and easy pigment ink background card, great for the last minute christmas cards. Well this year I have been scrabbling to get everything ready for Christmas and I think it is going to be pretty close. I wanted to create some fun non- traditional color Christmas
Good Morning crafty friends! I love sending close friends and family personalized gifts every holiday. Hugs and Kisses Faux Quilted kitchen towels featuring Ann Butler Designs stamps and inks will show everyone just how much they mean to you this Valentine’s Day! Here’s how to make these Valentine’s Day Hugs and Kisses Kitchen Towels: Step 1: Stamp a variety of Background Basics Stamps on kitchen
Hey y’all, its Chantal and today we have come to the end of our Handmade Journal using DIY Ink Techniques! Part Three is all about creating signatures, personalizing it with embellishments, adding a puffed heart and giving it a title. This is where the journal becomes yours, a work from your heart and hands. This is where you can begin your story with what you
Hello, Everybody Vishu here today, to share a Quick & Easy Fun Stamped Bookmark project with you all, made entirely using Ann Butler Designs Crafters Ink by Clearsnap and her 1″ Square Faux Quilting Stamps. I am not ready to say good bye to summer yet but at the same time I love Fall cause its time for baking and curling up in a blanket
Create a beautiful Velvet Embossed Stamped Pillow with a Faux Quilted design quickly and easily. This Velvet Embossed Stamped Pillow is an old technique that is quick and easy and the results are always beautiful! Let’s get started… Step 1: Lay Faux Quilting stamps out into a pattern. Step 2: Spray the back of the velvet and place on top of the stamps, iron. Step 3: