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Valentine Craft Ideas Hop with Ann Butler Designs

by | February 12th, 2015 | 27

Ann Butler Clearsnap Blog Hop 2015

Welcome to a LOVEly blog hop with Clearsnap and Ann Butler Designs! Last month at the CHA trade show, we released a new collection of foam and rubber stamps with Ann Butler Designs, called Background Basics, to compliment her line of ColorBox Crafter’s Inks, ColorBox Art Screens, and her existing faux quilting stamp lines. Our teams are sharing Valentine craft ideas you can make tonight for your special someone for Valentine’s Day using our product line with Ann Butler Designs.

Today we’re sharing a bonus project on our blog from Clearsnap Creative Team Member Meihsia Liu!

Meihsia Liu Simply Paper Crafts Clearsnap Ann Butler Blog Hop Valentine's Mixed Media Canvas Crafters Inks 1 Meihsia Liu Simply Paper Crafts Clearsnap Ann Butler Blog Hop Valentine's Mixed Media Canvas Crafters Inks

Meihsia shares how to use Ann Butler Crafter’s inks and Art Screens on canvas and fabric to create a mixed media Valentine wall decor. See the full tutorial on Meihsia’s blog. Hop along to each blog in the hop and leave a comment on each post. Then, use the Rafflectoper widget at the end of this post to win an assortment of Ann Butler Designs’ new Background Basics stamps with Clearsnap!

Hop List:

Steph Ackerman

Zoey E. Scarpelli

Tami Sanders

Roberta Birnbaum

Sabrina Alery

Larissa Pittman

Suzanne Austin

Irit Shalom

Vishu Reberholt

Jennifer Priest

Gracie Chavez

Vivian Keh

Kristi Parker

Clearsnap YOU ARE HERE

Ann Butler Designs GO HERE NEXT

What would you create with the new Background Basics stamps? Tell us in the comments!

And before you go, don’t forget to enter to win a set of Background Basics stamps here:

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27 Responses to Valentine Craft Ideas Hop with Ann Butler Designs

  1. Kristen P. says:

    I would create pretty greeting cards! :)

  2. KT Fit Kitty says:

    What a gorgeous project! I love the stamping on fabric! The texture on this card is fabulous! Thank you for the inspiration – and for the chance to win these awesome goodies!

  3. KT Fit Kitty says:

    Forgot to tell you what I’d create with the new background stamps – definitely a card! I’m a card maker and these background stamps are amazing!

  4. patricia kiser says:

    lots of fun thanks

  5. carolyn montgomery says:

    i would love to have these stamps i would use them to make a quilty calendar.

  6. Allison says:

    I would love to use these on fabric in my art quilting!

  7. Sue D says:

    I would use these to make cards for our church card ministry.

  8. Regina Furman says:

    I’m a card maker by choice, so I would make lots of pretty backgrounds on my cards. I might even use them on fabric! Hmmmm, the possibilities ARE endless!

  9. Judy Rice says:

    I would use it to create backgrounds on cards, tags, canvases, ATC’s. The list goes on and on. So many uses for this background stamp.

  10. D.Ann C says:

    Gorgeous mixed media project! I make mostly cards and would use the Background Basics stamps for, well… backgrounds. : ) I like this project so much, I think I’d adapt some of it for cards, too!!

  11. Mary Holshouser says:

    I’m a card maker so I’d be using the stamps for backgrounds on my greeting cards. One of the DT had a patchwork piece that she made and I would love to try that. It turned out so pretty. It looks like it would be fun and fast. This would be a great idea for gifts for my friends and family.
    thanks for having the hop.

  12. Lieve says:

    This is a beautiful Valentine’s canvas !
    I would use the background stamps for card, or little boxes and booklets I like making.
    Thank you for the chance to win.
    Great hop !

  13. Such a lovely wall hanging! I’m not sure what I would create but it would be nice to use these on some of my origami or paper-cutting paper projects. Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us! God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

  14. Sue Kracker says:

    Beautiful card, wonderful colors, background, accents, bling and sentiment.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

  15. This is absolutely amazing.

  16. Sande R.L. says:

    Gorgeous card. Love all the textures and the background.
    So many possibilities for using these background stamps. I could see me using them on cards, mixed media projects and more. Combined with the gorgeous inks of our stamps and creating just got easier. Put these on my wish list.

  17. Linsey says:

    Wow!! Great creations everyone!!! The hop was super inspiring and I really enjoyed it!! Thanks to all who participated!! I love the new background stamps and I’d be using them to create all sorts of new cards and mixed media pieces–I’m also inspired to try them on muslin and other fabric materials (like Jennifer P. did with her faux quilt bag) :) Have a wonderful, love-filled weekend everyone!!

  18. Graciellie says:

    Thanks so much Clearsnap, for letting join and design for this inspiring blog hop!!! Big hug and huge thanks!!!

  19. Kelly Munson says:

    I would actually make a card for my sister.

  20. I definitely use these on fabric, cards and canvas, oh, and my journal.

  21. Jeanette Wilde says:

    Oh so many cards of course!

  22. Iris Soscia says:

    I am a card maker so I’d use the products to make mixed media cards. The Valentine project is gorgeous – love all the ribbons and embellishments.
    isoscia at aol dot com

  23. Julie A. Shearer says:

    Great projects and new products!! I would use these to make cards and some home decor. Thanks for a chance to win.

  24. These background stamps would be perfect to use on my journal pages and especially fun to use with multi dimensional media. Can’t wait to work with them.

  25. Brandi R says:

    There were some FABULOUS ideas along this hop!!! I’m a paper stamper, so I’d use them on cards….though some of the fabrics were fabulous, I may have to venture out of the paper realm :-D

    Thank you for a Fantastic hop! ♥

  26. Carla Hundley says:

    Beautiful work on this
    canvas piece! I’d use
    them for cards and
    layout pages.
    Carla from Utah

  27. I would love to make a simple quilt to use the stamps on.

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