Hello, Crafty Friends! How is everybody doing today?. Today I would like to share a faux quilt Ann Butler background card which came together pretty quickly.
Can't believe we are halfway into September already, where does the time intend to fly too, just feels like yesterday that we were welcoming 2015 and I had hopes of accomplishing so many things. Well, on the flip side I still have 3.5 months to accomplish my tasks.
Sometimes its nice to not layer up the card too much.
Ann Butler Crafter’s Ink by Clearsnap: Lilac, night
Ann Butler 1"Faux Quilt Stamps by Unity Stamps
Cardstock, lace, border embossing folder, glitter pen, image stamp
1. Cut the top layer of the cardstock depending on the size card you want and then lay your faux quilt pattern on an acrylic block. With Ann Butler Design Stamps you have a lot of flexibility on how you want your pattern to be as these stamps don't have edges so they work beautifully and you can come up with limitless options. Once you are satisfied with the pattern stamp it on the card. Here I used Ann Butler Design Lilac ink pad.
2. Then I defined the edges of the quilt pattern with glitter pen. and edged the cardstock with black ink
3. Using an embossing folder embossed one side, added lace and the stuck on an image.
Hope you will try a similar faux quilt Ann Butler Background technique.
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