We are excited to share this week's gorgeous paper projects that were made and posted by Griffinites. It's so much fun to see the valentines that you are creating, the beautiful birthday cards and even your welcome baby projects. So sweet! Thank you all for keeping us inspired and creative.
Marie-Louise posted, "This was my first opportunity to use the darling Baby Carriage die set! I had fun!"
This is such a sweet card!
Terry said, "It's Time to Celebrate the January birthdays, and Luxury Stitched Purse Cards are a fabulous way to do so! The flowers are from the Slimline Gardenia Cut & Emboss Folders."
Marcia shared, "A birthday card for my son celebrating his 40th birthday this year. Inspired by one of my favorite TV programs, Antiques Roadshow UK version. So often they evaluate carriage clocks and the 3D Neoclassic Dies combined with the Clock Dies and Anniversary Die set kind of recreate that look for me."
Dayle wrote, "Starting my Valentines by making a trinket box from the Wishing Well finishing school box. Thank you Anna for the inspiration in class 5 of wishing well finishing school classes. Finishing school/AGTV is just an endless resource of wonderful projects for us crafters!"
Laura said, "Enjoying making a few Valentine's Day cards for a few of my church lady friends!"
Laura also shared, "The Victorian Christmas die that looks like a bow to me is my favorite die that I can use for so many different occasions cards. This time I am using it for Valentine's Day cards like a bow!"
Thank you for teaching us this!
Shellie said, "With some time to relax today, I papercrafted Valentines. 'Cutting and pasting' has come a long way since my grade school years, LOL!"
Diane wrote, "Sunday share today: I made a birthday card for my neighbor. The flowers & bird reminded her of her homeland, Japan."
Lorri wrote, "My niece welcomed her first baby on Wednesday, a boy."
Congratulations to your family, Lorri!
Vanessa shared, "I made a card folio."
You always make such lovely projects, Vanessa! The Rose Garden Paper is stunning on your folio.
Thank you all for sharing your creativity with us this week. There are lots of great ideas for us (and you) to take to the craft room! We love to see what you are making; share your projects with us on our social media channels or email your cards, scrapbook pages and paper projects to us at RSVP@annagriffin.com. We look forward to seeing what you come up with next!