July 9, 2020 • Anna Griffin
We hope that you have had a good week! It looks like many of you have been spending these hot summer days crafting and creating beautiful paper projects. It’s so much fun to see what you are working on. Today we have everything from easel cards to birthday cards to share from all of our social media channels. We enjoy spreading the love of crafting with everyone who reads this blog!
Merre wrote, “My first post here, but had to share my project! A little “Cup ‘o’ Cats” made for my veterinarian after all the cat problems we have had here in the past week! I am very grateful to have found this vet! My 2 Tuxedo boys are all feeling better with their clean teeth! All AG except for the cats which came from Cricut Design Space!” Too cute Merre!
Does this pretty card look familiar? Pat said, “Crafted along with Anna in Charm School. I didn’t have the new 5×7 anniversary die—so I used the smaller version of it to make my card.”
Deborah is crafting with family! She said, “This was our craft for today. We sang “Fill My Cup Lord and talked about it. The girls chose all the papers and decorations along with doing the actual decorating. The ten year old wasn’t taking a good picture today, so we are just show casing her cup. The five year old is always open for a pose.”
Bonnie wrote, “Got to practice with the castle dies for precious newlyweds. Restrictions here allowed only parents and siblings to be present. But near or far we celebrate the love that brought them to marriage!”
In Finishing School, Karen is crafting! “Birthday card for my dearest friend Don’t know I didn’t think to post this here before. I need to spend a lot more time in school!”
Therese shared in Finishing School, “Sympathy cards are never easy to send, But this one in particular is especially hard as it is my friend’s grown Son who passed. There are no personal words to comfort in our children’s passing, but the comfort of our Lord is our hope and strength!”
Sharing ideas and your projects is a wonderful way to spread goodness and hope. We continue to be inspired by you week after week. Be well, be safe and thank you for crafting with us.