September 15, 2022 • Anna Griffin
We hope that you are having a wonderful week, and we are so glad that you are here ready to be inspired! Today’s Craftspiration post is full to the tippy top with beautiful and awe-inspiring paper projects. While we were scrolling through our social media channels to see all of the lovely things that were made and shared this week, we couldn’t help but say, “oooh!.” Today’s incredible show and tell is one for the books, and we know that you are going to enjoy it as much as we did!
Grab a cup of coffee and get ready to be delighted!
Suravi said, “I have started making cards with this beautiful die set. I am enjoying it most as a shape card and the ease of it. The design is so beautiful. All you need is an embellishment or two and a beautiful sentiment. Thank you!”
Cynthia shared, “Mr. & Mrs. Snow took the sleigh into town last weekend, taking advantage of the Labor Day Sales to get a head start on their Christmas shopping.”
Shellie wrote, “Autumn is my favorite season, and pumpkin season is much too short for me–so a pumpkin ‘thank-you’ it is! Anna, I’ve enjoyed making many variations of your Pumpkin Easel, and the secret ingredient may be pairing this fun design with your fantastic cardstock collections like Autumn Toile!”
What a gorgeous thank you card, Shellie! This is magnificent.
Mary posted, “I trying my hand at “wiper cards”, today. This is my first Halloween card attempt.”
Michele said, “I spent a day last week making shaped holiday cards. Love this angel sticker. I think I need more of these!”
Donna posted, “After watching Finishing School, I used Anna’s idea of stacking three flowers together as the central focus in the center of a card. This is my creation based on that suggestion.”
Mary Beth posted, “Carte “pumpkin” Homme?? Love Halloween!!”
Gentleman Jack O’ Lantern is too cute! Great idea, Mary Beth.
Celia said, “Gorgeous cards! A Thanksgiving card made with various Anna Griffin products: Acorn Scatter Embossing folder, Grateful Sentiment Dies, Heirloom Lace Dies, Foliage Dies, and Halloween matte foil cardstock. The embossing detail on the Foliage Dies is beautiful!”
Dayle said, “Decided I wanted to make a more elegant Halloween card! I think this witch is quite lovely!”
Loraine posted, “I’m working my way through the birthday box!”
Kirk shared, “Creating a fun card for an upcoming nieces birthday.Using Cards for Kids Kit, metallic layers, wreath stickers and sentiments, spring seasonal dies, rose matte foil, and the triple diamond frame embossing folder.”
Happy birthday to her; she’s going to love her card!
Terry wrote, “This card is a testament to how well Anna Griffin’s products go together! For paper, Carte Noire paired up with Thankfulness. For dies, Rose Concentric paired up with Victorian Concentric & Fancy French Frames 2.”
Terry, you are a master at mixing colors, patterns and textures. Bravo!
If we were going to create a perfect fall scrapbook page, it would look like this!
Adina shared, “I finished a couple of cards today. I have Covid and these cards took me 10 times as long to make as they normally would. I feel totally blessed that I was able to finish them, at all. I may be down, Covid, but I’m not out!”
We hope that you get to feeling better very soon, Adina! Thinking of you.
Beth posted, “Today I had some time to play around with the new pumpkin easel dies. Using the shadow die from the set along with the ovals from the compendium die set I created 3D shadowboxes. I had fun decorating them with the new Spiders and Specters 2 Dies, Halloween Rub on Transfers and the Mini Halloween die-cut stickers. They make for cute Halloween tabletop decorations.”
Amazing Halloween decor, Beth. We love these so much!
Barbara shared, “This big happy Pumpkin Moonshine does not need to bring just a Halloween greeting. In this Blue and White version it’s intent is to send a special get well message to our dear neighbor.”
Sloan said, “Just a fun card that I’ve done lately. Will add some more soon!”
This card has a great, spooky surprise!
Dayle posted, “This was such a fun project using Anna’s Halloween papers, dies and embellishments. I did add some glitter and bling.”
Excellent tri-fold, Dayle. Each section is more scary than the next!
Dunia posted, “An altered composition notebook.”
Linda said, “Every Tuesday, Dayle Blecke, Susan Urch and I get together to make Anna Griffin projects. I made a Halloween Card yesterday. I just received my Anna Griffin Halloween dies and the Halloween paper. So this card is All Anna.”
It sounds like you ladies have a wonderful, crafty time together.
What an amazing collection of projects! We absolutely loved seeing all of the beautiful things created and shared this week. Now, we want to see what you are up to! Post your paper projects on our social media channels, and we will share them with our community next Thursday.
Bye for now,