Saturday, May 24, 2014

Ann Butler Designs & Walnut Hollow Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

I have some very exciting news to share! The Design Teams for Ann Butler Designs and Walnut Hollow are working together to bring you this fabulous blog hop today! 

Welcome to the Ann Butler Designs and Walnut Hollow Blog Hop!
Blog Hop Banner Walnut Hollow Ann Butler Designs 2014 - 2a
Each team member was able to pick a wood product from Walnut Hollow to decorate with the Ann Butler Designs products from Unity Stamp CompanyClearsnap Inc and Earth Safe Finishes!

© Lisa Rojas, Stampin Queen Creations
Supplies:
  • Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting™ Stamps ; 2" Leaves All Over from Unity Stamp Company
  • Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting™ Stamps ; 2" Strips. Dots. Hearts from Unity Stamp Company
  • Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting™ Stamps ; 2" Diamonds & Plaid from Unity Stamp Company
  • Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting™ Stamps ; 1" Leaves All Over from Unity Stamp Company
  • Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting™ Stamps ; 1" Diamonds & Plaid from Unity Stamp Company
  • Ann Butler Designs Iridescents™; Limelight, Berry, Aquamarine, Lilac, Sunshine                               from Earth Safe Finishes
  • Ann Butler's Crafter's Ink; Berry, Limelight, Lilac, Aquamarine from Clearsnap Inc.
  • 11" Round Wood Clock from Walnut Hollow
  • 3pc. Clock Kit from Walnut Hollow
  • (2) 1 1/4" Wood Spools
  • (2) 3/4" Wood Spools
  • Yellow Cardstock
  • Clear Embossing Powder
  • Purple & Aqua Ribbons
  • Heat Tool
  • Glue Gun
  • Gloss Finish Spray Sealer
Instructions:
  1. Paint clock with Sunshine Iridescents™ paint and spools with Limelight, Berry, Aquamarine and Lilac.Stamp 1" stamps around the clock with the various inkpads and 2" stamps in the center. (See photo if needed) Emboss stamped images with clear embossing powder and set with heat tool.
  2. Stamp scrap pieces of yellow cardstock with 1" stamps and inkpads. Adhere stamped cardstock to wood spools with glue gun. Spray clock with sealer. Adhere numbers around the clock. Attach clock works to clock.
  3. Cut ribbons 8" long. Thread ribbons through the spools and tie knots to keep in place. Adhere spools to clock with glue gun.
Now be sure to check out all of the links below to see other fabulous projects!

Now for the Giveaway.....
Ann Butler Designs - Walnut Hollow Blog Hop - Giveaway
Leave a comment below and on each of the blogs with this photo for a chance to enter the drawing for this Giveaway of Ann Butler Designs products!  You will receive one entry for each comment you leave.  Winner will be drawn on May 30, 2014 and notified on or before June 1, 2014.

Happy Hopping!!!
Lisa

25 comments:

Ann Butler said...

I love love love this project, it is brilliant Lisa! Thank you for being part of the hop!

Cherished said...

Cool Clock. Amazing Project.

Muffins and Lace said...

Very pretty clock. Love it.

Steph said...

Great way to use the stamps as a clock face. Love it.

Mary C. Nasser said...

What a sweet clock!

Jennifer Earley said...

Oh my, I just love this clock! So whimsical and colorful!
Happy Memorial Day weekend, giving thanks to those who fought and died for us.

Shannon Miller said...

Cute..thanks for sharing :)

Fran Olson said...

Love clock projects, nicely done!

paula dereamer said...

Lisa, GREAT project! Looks like the perfect clock for a creative space!!

marylouh said...

Fun and beautiful clock. Hadn't thought about combining paper crafts and a clock base. worked out well and something I'm going to try. Love the way the numbers are the pieces of paper.

Terry Ricioli said...

Love the bright retro look of your clock!

brenda lee said...

What a creative clock. I love how you used the stamps behind the numbers.

Jennifer C. said...

Love this idea! I am definitely going to make one for my kitchen !

scrappydappydoodler said...

Cute clock.

scrappydappydoodler said...

Cute clock.

Roberta Birnbaum Cohen said...

What a lovely and cheerful clock!

Patti Hodder said...

Lisa: what a great idea..I love the colors. Thank you for sharing.

BurningRubber said...

I love the little spools that you put on the bottom of your clock.

Lisa Fulmer said...

very pretty timepiece!

JPScraps said...

The clock is TERRIFIC!

Beth said...

Love the color and pattern combinations, Lisa!

Beth said...

Love the color and pattern combinations, Lisa!

Carmen said...

What a pretty and cheerful way to keep time! Great project!

Marjolaine said...

How creative, very nice!

Maria Soto said...

just love this clock, reminds me of a sunny spring day!!!