August 18, 2022 • Anna Griffin
Thank you all for posting the different paper projects that you have been creating on our social media channels. We know that everyone waits with bated breath to see all of the gorgeous creations here on our Craftspiration blog post each week. Be prepared to be inspired by the birthday, Halloween and holiday projects shared this week. It’s been an extra crafty week, and we are so glad that you joined us for our Anna Griffin Elegant Papercrafting shows on HSN a few days ago. Our next big Craft Day will be on October 4th, so mark your calendars!
Let’s take a look at today’s shares. Be sure to tell us what you love in the comments.
Elaine said, “Beautiful, beautiful Pulley card! For Sunday Share I made this birthday card for my great grandson. He loves cupcakes!”
Happy birthday to him.
Gay Lynn wrote, “Still enjoying the Christmas box, incorporating some dies I have in my collection… Merry Christmas in August!”
We like to push the season too!
Vanessa shared, “I can’t wait to get back home been gone for almost 3 months, but wouldn’t have it any other way. Hubby says their must be over 30 packages waiting for me. It will be like Christmas.”
Celia posted, “Beautiful pulley card! Getting ready for the HSN shows and the fabulous Halloween products! This witch is so adorable.”
Mary wrote, “Working on Halloween cards, today. This is my first try with the Pumpkin Easel Die set.”
Suravi said, “Scrapbooking pictures of my visit to my country, and son’s graduation ceremony.”
Jane wrote, “Elegant and tasteful. Never easy to make.”
You did an amazing job, Jane!
Nancy shared, “Loving the Kirigami dies and cards. Here are two I’ve made recently…”
Yadyra shared, “Beautiful card..this is one of the many cards that I’ve made this past week…”
Shirley said, “I made some thank you cards for my friends who supported my GO2 foundation for lung cancer 5K walk. I used my favorite Wildflower Garden Collection die and paper and added butterflies made with the new 3D Butterfly Dies. The sentiments were made with Cartouche Cut and Emboss Folders. The butterflies look great and really make the cards more 3D!”
Tonawanda posted, “This is my 1st ever Sunday Share. I’m well out of my comfort zone with this one. But it’s ok. I’ll get the hang of it…”
We are so glad that you shared with us, and hope that you will continue to post with us!
Vickie shared, “Can’t recall if I posted this, but here is another from Witchy kit and some other candy embellies that bring this sentiment to life, bwahaha!”
Sally said, “I used the Lillian Paper Collection and my skills learned at Create Crop at Home II to create this layout of my daughter’s happy moment.”
This scrapbook page is so joyful!
Dayle said, “I made these fun cards for my twin granddaughters. One loves pink and the other blue. I loved Anna’s tip to cut out two of the wheels so they can spin with a brad. All Anna except for pearls and shimmer mist. Those girls love their sparkles.”
Donna shared, “After 29 yrs finishing up what I started. Redesigning a few original pages using the original paper, adding a couple of new pages and finally adding bulk of photos to pocket pages.”
Roxanne wrote, “This is my first Halloween using Anna’s products & I’m so excited! I can’t wait to share these cards with friends & family. These haunted houses are so detailed. I love them. (My little Joey helped. He had to be in the picture.)”
Sharon said, “When I first saw the train die presented, I immediately thought that I would make one for every holiday. Here is a Christmas train. Now I need to make a Halloween train.”
Love this festive train!
Debbie shared, “I just received the Carte Noel about 2 hours ago. I needed to make a card right away. I always add a little sparkle & shine. I chalked the steps a bit so that they were more obvious. I already love this set.”
Jane said, “Decorating the inside of a card is so much fun!! Pink & gold everywhere, I made this card extra special.”
We love seeing your gorgeous projects, and they are always the creative spark needed to inspire a new, exciting project. Whether you have shared a hundred cards or none, we want to hear from you! We love seeing all of the talent and creativity shared among the Griffinites. Post your projects, and we will share them on next week’s Craftspiration.
Bye for now,