Guest Stamper: Ann Schach

Today's Guest Stamper, Ann Schach (pronounced "shack"), dubs herself a novice in the stamping and card making arena.  However, she has exercised her papercraft talents in scrapbooking for some time.  Since she joined the Stampin' Pretty Pals (my Stampin' Up! downline), she focused on her splendid blog, The Stampin' Schach, and channeled her artistic flair into stamping and extraordinary card designs.
I loved this before and after she created using Stampin' Pastels (105542) and the Music Expressions stamp set (113718).  The very top photo shows how color changes the entire look.  The second photo, is a prime example of how the absence of color can be equally beautiful.

Let's face it stampers, Ann rocked the sketch, colors and embellishments, too.  For full details (she is a teacher and has a knack for giving excellent instruction) and many more inspiring cards, please visit her blog, The Stampin' Schach.


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  1. Wow! What a beautiful card and worthy guest designer. Love seeing the transformation of the card with the chalks!

  2. Pretty card Ann. The layout is very nice with the two panels in the bg. I played the violin for 12 years.

  3. Ann is so talented! (And sweet, too!)

  4. colleen kramer

    Lovely! As a stamper who always makes 2 cards in one sitting, I like to make them slightly different, but use the materials that are already out on my table. This is great inspiration! Thanks Ann!

  5. The symphony of colors is magnificent! Beautifully done!

  6. I think this is one of the prettiest stamp sets in the catalog.

    Ann did an awesome job showing us both versions. So pretty!

  7. Very nice! I love the colors and how the image is set to a tilt!!!!


  8. I love it!

  9. Beautiful card Ann. I checked out her site and what beautiful cards she has made. I will be sure to check often to see what else she has come up with. Thanks Ann for sharing your artwork with us.

  10. I have been wanting to see a card with this set used in it. It turned out very nicely. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Mary, Ann did a great job with this Stamp Set. The color combination is fantastic. Keep up the good work, Ann and thanks for sharing.

  12. WOW! The intricacy makes me just go ‘WOW’!
    Thanks for sharing!

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