Sunday, June 1, 2014

Ann Butler Designs Unity Stamps

To-day I would like to share  a couple more pages that I have been creating for a tag album featuring Ann Butler Designs Unity Stamps.  Pick up your stamps and create your own pattern paper.  This is a great way to match all your papers color tones for some unity within your project that you are creating.

Step # 1  Gather up your supplies.
A great selection of quality products sure does make the project an enjoyable experience.  Here I have used the Anne Butler Designs, Unity Stamps, Beacons Tacky Glue, Clearsnap Crafters Ink, Graphic 45 Botanical Collection papers and Westcott Brand Scissors.

Step # 2 -  Stamp your quilt blocks onto plain paper, dry, and die cut out circles of different sizes.

Step # 3 - Cover the album tag's with Graphic 45 pattern paper, distress mats for photo's, ink up your May Arts twine with the Anne Butler Clearsnap Crafters Ink and start the assembly process.

This project came together so well, with matching ink abilities and stamping the quilting stamps to complement the designer pattern papers.
Step # 4 - Stamp up some more patterns from the Anne Butler Designs Unity Stamps and create contrasting photo mats, which here I have added some rub-ons to document the year of the fishing trip.

Thanks for stopping by today to see my creation.

 Enjoy the adventure.

Ann Butler Designs supplies

2" Leaves all Over Unity Stamps
2" Stripes, Dots Hearts Unity Stamps
Limelight Crafters Ink, Clearsnap
Other supplies
Beacons Adhesive Tacky Glue


  1. Great showcasing of Ann Butler Stamps!

  2. I love what you are doing with the stamps and really shows the versatility of the products! Thank you!