Thursday, December 19, 2013

Faux-quilting stamp designs by Ann Butler

I'm totally psyched to be part of my friend Ann Butler's blog hop to celebrate her new line of stamps! EZ-De's Easy Design Elements is a collection of clear polymer stamps (made in the US!) that work together to create tons of different patterns - like quilt blocks. They're also available on red rubber through Unity Stamps.


I made a square greeting card using the hexagon checkerboard stamp with some pale ink tones. Such a cute pattern, even if my edges are a little tipsy slipsy, lol. I embellished the card with silk ribbon, clear stickers and these cute vintage wood game pieces that I topped with metallic gems.


Be sure to visit all the other wonderful designers' blogs to see what they created with Ann's stamps.



16 comments:

  1. I LOVE the background you created for this card....it is stunning! thank you for being part of the hop!

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  2. Nice idea for a background Lisa.

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    1. Hexagons are pretty cute, thanks!

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  3. Great card - love the colors you chose!

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    1. Thanks - hopefully Ann's own inks will arrive soon so I can use those next time.

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  4. Love this, Lisa, especially the use of vintage items with the cute colors.

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    1. Thanks - I like the washed-out look.

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  5. very creative Lisa, nice showcasing of the stamp

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  6. Wonderful card! Love the hexagon background!

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    1. Thanks - I was feeling a bit six-sided. :-)

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  7. Amazing background. Love how you put this together.

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