June 18, 2020 • Anna Griffin
It’s time for our weekly show and tell, or as we fondly refer to it, Craftspiration! Below you will find the beautiful work of your friends and fellow crafters that have been shared across our social media channels. We love showcasing your projects each week, and we know how much fun it is to see everyone’s crafty interpretations! From Father’s Day projects to cards celebrating friendship, we hope you enjoy today’s offerings as much as we do!
On Facebook Nancy says, ” My first card from Gentleman’s Study. This is an exquisite kit.”
Susan writes, “Appreciation card in gold and ivory…”
We love Gail’s green card! She says, “Using a rub on.. Anna card base and dies! None better!”
Our friend Tom said this about his card, “A real mutt of a card for a friend who loves baseball. The black bordered base is from All About Him, the red shadow is from the Masculine papers, the images are from For The Boys diecuts and the sentiment was from one of the two old Mens kits. It’s a Fathers Day card, reflected by the insert. I absolutely adore these dies, I’m hoping their success will inspire more designs along these lines (no pun intended!).
Lizzy made this gorgeous card and says, “Base came from the Window Frame Cardmaking Kit; Paper cut to cover it is from Handsome Cardstock; side and bottom dies are from Gentlemen’s Study; Mini French Frames for center die cut; flowers are from kits but I no longer remember which ones; the sentiment originally had a pale blue border but I wanted a gold one so I trimmed the blue away and mounted on a scrap of gold; and, the dragonfly was gifted to me years ago and I have never been able to find them (hint, hint Anna on the dragonflies).”
Our Finishing School friend Robert writes, “Another great thing about this kit is that I’m finding ways to add layers behind the spinner center. The green wreath is the right size, too. Hey Anna, I could use more El Capitan post cards!”
Sheila loved our Gentleman’s Study Card Kit, she says, “just a perfect kit.”
Maria, we’re in awe of your shadowbox! She writes, “Made this Castle Shadow Box for my Grandson.”
We love seeing your amazing creations! Keep up the great work everyone!