Stampin’ Up! Butterfly Basics Card by Ann Schach


Behold this exquisite Stampin’ Up! Butterfly Basics card created by Ann Schach, today’s guest stamper and a member of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals Virtual Community.  Ann is a master of combining images (love the layered stamping that defines her shabby chic style) and embellishments (the double ribbon bow) with an artful eye.  The result is a truly a work of art!  Thank you, Ann, for being my guest today!

GET THE DETAILS!  Head over to Ann Schach’s blog, The Stampin’ Schach — for more of her paper-crafting projects and details on today’s Butterfly Basics card.  The first thing I want to know is how she created the weathered brick.  How about you?

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  1. Omg , Ann makes the prettiest cards EVER !!!! I love her style, thanks Ann for all your beautiful inspiration!!! Thanks ms MsMary for sharing!!!
    Hugs Frenchie
    To both of YOU !!!!!

  2. FABULOUS card that Ann created.

  3. Beautiful card with all the different elements. Ann’s an inspiration for sure. Thanks for showcasing her card today.

  4. Exquisite only begins to describe Ann’s beautiful work.

  5. Oh Mary, I’ve always been blown away by Ann’s incredible talent and creativity, she is amazing and all of her cards are truly works of art. I love how she always incorporates pearls in her creations, giving them that classic, vintage look that is her signature style.
    Thank you for having her as your guest stamper today, I’m dashing over her blog to find out how she achieved that weathered look on the brick panel.
    Have a fabulous Sunday.

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