Saturday, May 4, 2013

Ann Butler Designs Unity Stamp Company Blog Hop

My designer friend, Ann Butler, has created her very own line of rubber stamps with Unity Stamp Company!  I am so very excited to be a part of the hop!


If you would like to order some of these high quality unmounted rubber stamps there is a 50% off coupon deal offered by Unity for anyone ordering Ann's stamps between Thursday May 2 - Monday May 6 at midnight CST. Make sure to give the coupon code- Unity5.  Use this link to view the entire line of Ann Butler Designs Stamps!

In order to celebrate Ann's stamp release, she is hosting a blog hop, so hop around to see all of the uniquely inspiring projects created with these fun stamps.



These stamps are fun and easy to work with because everything is sized in 1" squares, 2" squares and triangles, so everything coordinates and fits together perfectly.  I definitely love quilting, but do not have the patience or skill to actually make one, but with these stamp sets you can create a "quilt" on any project you can imagine!

Now, on to my project!  

MATERIALS & SUPPLIES:

INSTRUCTIONS:
1.)  Stamp a variety of the patterns on coordinating card stock colors and cut out with scissors.  Dry fit on lid of cigar box until you are happy with the pattern and color arrangement.  Attach to box lid and box sides with Multi-Medium Matte, let dry.
2.) Paint wheels in Chocolate Brown, let dry.  Paint a distressed top coat with Light Foliage, let dry.  Adhere two wheels together then attach with Tacky Glue to bottom of cigar box.
3.)  Distress Word Tag with Sea Glass Green, attach to Key Hole using Toggle Clasp.  Distress Key Hole with Uniform Blue and attach to front of cigar box with Tacky Glue.  Distress Word Key with Yellow Ochre, tie on seam binding ribbon in a bow and attach to top inside edge with tacky glue.

I hope that you have enjoyed my project today, please hop around to see what all fo the other designers have created!

Thanks for stopping by!  -Beth


23 comments:

Ann Butler said...

Beth I LOVE this project, it shows the stamps can be used and arranged any way you want them to be.....thank you for being part of the hop!

Madeline said...

Very, very nice project! Clever use - I like the larger size too.

Fabrizio Martellucci said...

What a lovely wooden box, really like how you've used Ann's stamps ! Great project ! X

Denise said...

Very creative, Beth! I'm a big box fan!

Tasha said...

I love this it is great!

Candace Jedrowicz said...

I LOVE the box, Beth!

Rebekah said...

Beth, I LOVE your design!

Cheryl Boglioli said...

That is just beautiful. Love this projects

Lisa Fulmer said...

very cute patchwork star

Jonathan F said...

That's a gorgeous box, Beth. It looks like it's a vintage heirloom.

Gaylynn said...

Beautiful sunburst look here. Can't believe this is stamping. :)

Debra said...

The box is a really pretty piece Beth!

Cindi Bisson said...

Great box! I love the unique things each designer has done with these stamps!

Theresa Cifali said...

Beth, I love the way you used the stamps here. Very original and unique idea.

Jean Bullock said...

Now, that's a great idea. The box looks great.

Eileen Hull said...

Beth, I love this- what a great way to spiff up a cigar box. The colors look nice and bright- fun!

Kristin Kelly said...

What a creative idea! It looks great!

Gwen said...

This is very cool! Love ow it turned out!

Cindy said...

Love it sis!!!

Lucy said...

What a pretty box!

Barbara Rankin said...

Fabulous project, Beth. Love how you used those stamps.

Jen Goode said...

Great idea to liven up something you already have with these fun stamps. Lovely project Beth!

Crafy64 said...

Great Job