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Craftspiration - March 21st, 2024

Hi crafters,

All we can say is wow! You all have been creating the most beautiful things for National Craft Month. St. Patrick's Day, Easter, birthday and every day projects are featured below from crafters all over the country. We love sharing the endless creativity and talent from you, our crafting community.

Come take a look at this week's crafts! 

Gay Lynn said, "May the luck of the Irish be yours!"

Cards made with the Charmed Vellum Card Toppers are our favorite!

Evelyne posted, "I can’t stop making these beautiful dresses. Placing them in the diorama box gives them dimension."
Shellie wrote, "Feeling lucky AND grateful for you all, I'm finding some creative time last night and this afternoon, knowing I'm in good company with Griffinites everywhere! With these Easter cards, I'm getting acquainted with beautiful Lomasi, in order to create some album pages next!"
Love your cards, Shellie!
Fifi said, "Love those dress dies."
Joy wrote, "I made this Spring Garden Gate card Sunday."
What a creative way to use the Greenhouse Card Toppers.
Belinda shared, "Cute little leprechaun card! Or maybe a Sprite who had a bit too much Guinness!"
Diane posted, "Made bookmarks & card stands this weekend…loving these dies."
Carrie wrote, "Happy St. Patrick's Day Anna Griffin Inc. & the Griffinite community! I made this birthday card for my brother-in-law."
Laura said, "Happy Sunday Share my friends! I have been doing a lot of craft organizing this weekend, and I found a pretty dress form that I purchased some years ago. All craft items and embossing are Anna's except the dress form. Happy St. Patrick's Day!"
Patti shared, "Happy St Patrick's Day. I actually made this card March 9th. It has the same color as the flag of Ireland."
"Here's an Irish Blessing: 
May you always have work for your hands to do.
May your pockets hold always a coin or two.
May the sun shine bright on your windowpane.
May the rainbow be certain to follow each rain.
May the hand of a friend always be near you.
And may God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you."
Diane said, "My Sunday Share is self explanatory for all of you!"
Jane said, "Still making Easter cards and loving using all the spring colors."
Jan said, "No St. Paddy’s here, but thinking spring and beach trips!"
A sunny bike ride at the beach sounds absolutely wonderful! 
Maria wrote, "My friend just sent me a photo of a card that I sent her and I am so happy she loved it enough to frame it! The simple things keep us all happy. Celebrating old friendships and my new crafting buddy friendships with AG."
Arlene said, "Finishing up my Easter cards and decided to use the Pulley Card Kit to make this one. Used embellishments from the Vintage Easter sticker set."
Love your card!
Bettina shared, "Even though he just turned 28...I thought my son George would appreciate a card showing his 6th birthday with his best friend. Thank you for the beautiful papers and dies that make this possible!"
What a fun idea to use the Photo Finish Easel Dies for a birthday card!
Dayle shared "A shaped basket card using the Rose Paper Collection for my lovely Rosy best friend."
Everything is lovely! Featuring your creations is our favorite. To be added to next week's Craftspiration blog post, share your paper projects on our social media channels or email them to us at Have a wonderful rest of the week, friends!




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These cards are absolutely stunning! Fantastic job everyone.

Fran Berman

I am loving Craftspiration month. I am so busy making scrapbooks for everyone. Folks are keeping me very busy. I love all the beautiful craft projects. I am also, trying to finish my Barbie quilt.😊

Allison Jones

Lovely craftspiration, well done everyone! :0)

Yvonne Alvizo

Such stunning projects everyone. I love them all, you all are so talented.

Vanessa Fuentes

All of the offerings are lovely but Evelyne, Belinda and Bettina’s cards really stood out to me. It is like an inspirational shot in the arm to see these beautiful cards.

Kelly Ann Boyle

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