a trio of masculine cards with gold foil designs

Craftspiration- September 28th, 2023

Hello Griffinites,

Can you believe that we have arrived at the end of September? It brings us such joy to see your fall cards (and all others!) on display below. Each week we wait with eager anticipation to see just what you will come up with next! It is also a treat to see some of the sneak peek items from our AGTV shows appear; we spy a festive  Slimline Santa card and a couple of beautiful Madonna and Child Dies cards! There are so many great ideas below, and we know that you will find the fresh inspiration from our crafting community absolutely wonderful.

Let’s see what was shared this week!

Joyce said, “My Sunday share is a Thanksgiving Flower Cart easel card. Everything is from Anna’s Haunted Flower Cart Embellishments. Love what everyone is sharing today. Awesome cards!”

Gorgeous fall flower cart, Joyce!

A pop up card with flowers and a wagon.

Shellie shared, “Not haunted, only happy, the ‘Slimline Santa’ sounds like a great name for a gift-giving gnome-sweet-gnome here in North Texas! I loved your cardmaking with your newest die set on last week’s AGTV, Anna! Both the calendar and his golden drum-beat tell us it’s just 92 days til Christmas. I have made and embellished a former CREATE die set ‘All Boxed In’ for a perfect gift box for a pair of GNOME socks for my daughter.”

A blue and gold christmas card with a candle.

Diane posted, “This week I worked on a few cards using Anna’s Vintage Fall Decoupage Cutouts. There are really adorable pop out pictures that can be 3D layered. I embossed the background on champagne colored Matte Foil, layered the turkey, added a sentiment & a Falloween pre-tied bow. Simple & fun!”

A thanksgiving card with a turkey and pumpkins.
Sherry said, “Here’s Another Sunday Share. Just finished this Madonna and Child Die Christmas card. I received my dies yesterday and couldn’t wait to make a card. I promised myself to finish one project before jumping to another. This die set gave me incentive to finish my scrapbook page below. Thank you Anna for providing dies that create cards with such clarity, dimension and detail.”
So glad that you love the new dies!
A christmas card with an image of the virgin mary.
Thea posted, “I couldn’t wait to make cards with this Cornucopia Die set. All the fall embellishments made this card so fun to put together.”
A card with a turkey and vegetables on it.
Barbara wrote, “I have been creating my own embellishments all week with various dies and some of your old glitter cardstock. I did use some shiny silver because I am limited on the matte. They are turning out great. This is just a start as I am trying to make them into collections for cards and scrapbooking.”
Your Baubles and Branches ornaments are incredible!
Christmas ornaments on a table next to a pink box.
Diane shared, “My first time using the Gazebo Dies. I just knew they would make a nice wedding card.”
A pink and white card with a gazebo and flowers.
Josette’ said, “I loved Anna’s card on Tuesday’s show using the Scary Concentric Dies so I did a couple of versions. I made spider envelope liners also. Hint, hint Anna…next year maybe some Fall/Halloween liners?!”
Adding to our requests!
Two halloween cards on a cutting mat.
Dayle posted, “My Sunday share is a couple witchy shaped slimline cards using Anna’s fun spooky dies.”
Two paper cut outs of witches and bats.
Jo Ann posted her pretty purse easel card.
Another genius easel card from Jo Ann!
A card with a purse and flowers on it.
Sally said, “I used the Gentleman’s Study Card Toppers to make these masculine cards.”
Three cards with gold and silver designs on them.
Diane posted, “Sunday share: Pulley Christmas cards.”
Three christmas cards on a table.
Marie Fix shared this amazing card made with the Scary Concentric Dies!
Loretta Made myself a birthday card…
Loretta, we hope that you had a wonderful birthday!
A card with a gazebo and balloons.
Arlene shared, “That spider would keep me out of the 3D Garden Arch Scene Die! Easel card made using the Scary 3D Concentric Frame Die and the last of my little roses from the Haunted Flower Cart Embellishments.”
A book with flowers and a spider on it.
Donna wrote, “In creating this Halloween card, I used the new Scary 3D Concentric Frame Dies and the Retro Halloween Stickers! I love both of these sets.”
A halloween card with owls and pumpkins.
Mary said, “This is my first attempt with the new Madonna & Child Dies. This set was one of the Sneak Peek items on AGTV: Holiday Splendor.”
Beautiful work, Mary!
A gold and white christmas card with the image of the virgin mary.

Pat shared, “Flower Shop Finishing School project. I made the 4 sided box.”

A box with a flower shop on top of it.
Roxann Higgins said, “Hello. Been wanting to send something for Thursday share. I hope one of these will be shared. Love the Mailbox Die and the Snow People are great on the scrapbook pages!!!😃. Thanks for the great products!”
Thank you all for sharing your wonderful creative offerings with us this week. Keep posting your amazing projects with us on our social media channels or email them to us at RSVP@annagriffin.com; we look forward to sharing them! We have shows on HSN next week; tune in on Tuesday, October 3rd at 1am, 3pm and 9pm. It’s going to be a Craftober event that you do not want to miss!
Bye for now,



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Everything is so beautiful. I just love the flower cart easel cards and the flower shop, just lovely. And of course the fall and Halloween cards are very cool too 💣🌻

Melissa Vencill

Awesome projects; such wonderful inspiration and really creative folks. I love everything. Thanks for sharing my Thanksgiving Flower Card card!

Joyce Kokay

Beautiful ❤️

Linda Higgins

Happy Thankful Thursday! Wow… today’s shares are absolutely stunning! There is so much creativity with masterfully coordinated colors and embellishments. Top notch Craftspiration – thank you everyone for sharing! Wishing you all a blessed and inspirational day. ❤️ 😊

Karen Cloonan

Just WOW. You guys are so talented! Love them all and Anna for making all the materials!

Shirley Dyar

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