May 21, 2020 • Anna Griffin
We have seen so many gorgeous cards and projects on our social media channels this week! Thank you for posting your amazing craft rooms, elaborate projects and heartfelt sentiments. This week’s craftspiration projects are top notch! Here are a few posts that we are highlighting from our community. Well done everyone!
Jane made this gorgeous card and says, “I love the tea embellishments so much. Need to add the sentiment.”
She also made this card and says, “It is such a gift to create something beautiful for someone special.” So true Jane!
Donna said that she, “created this card for my daughter’s birthday. Hope everyone remains healthy!”
“A card for a friend’s 80th birthday. In my book, he is “The Man of the Year”, but notice on the card, I didn’t say which year. By the way, the Easel card kit for Him is such a terrific kit. If you need a guy card, it has it all. It is plentiful and diverse” wrote Judy.
On Facebook Yukari says, “Thank you so much for the Charm School video for the Tea Cup Pop Up Dies Made Easy. It was fun to make it.”
Our Finishing School friend Kathleen types, “I got out it was perfect floral pop-up card making kit just so I can make a lily pad for these amazing Dresden fish! I am obsessed with these fish! I love the way the wreath dies make perfect underwater vegetation. I used the Acanthus folder to give the background more movement. My mind is unraveling with ideas everyday!”
Stacie says, “Today was amazing and I just love everyone here, it’s truly something special we are all together.
Made this while watching class! Now I’m off to work on renovations but I’ll be back tonight to work on some more!!!! Thank you everyone for being so wonderful.”
Dawna says, “I’m so thrilled to be a a part of Finishing School and loved Anna’s tutorial on creating this amazing shadow box. I’m new to the elegant world of AG, so I didn’t have the Treillage Embellishments that really made this box special. I originally thought I would create hand flowers so while searching my stash of AG dies, I stopped on the hydrangea die. I thought it was the perfect die to create foliage for trees, instead of flowers, and that is how the “forest” was born. I loved how much color and dimension the forest brought to the design. I’m so happy about how it turned out and I hope you enjoy it also! Thank you for another beautiful lesson Anna!”
If you would like to show off your work, post on all of our social media channels to be featured. We will share each and every Thursday for a show and tell about your beautiful work. Keep crafting and inspiring!