September 29, 2022 • Anna Griffin
Happy Thursday to you! We hope that all of you have had a wonderful week, and we are so happy to share all of the incredible things that have been made and shared on our social media channels. We are seeing more and more holiday items pop up, so if you are looking for Christmas card ideas, then you are in the right place. Speaking of inspiration, we hope that you will join us tomorrow Friday, September 30th, 2022 at 12pm on AGTV for Outside the Box. It’s going to be an amazing hour of crafting, product bundles, guests and so much more. We are so excited to be able to provide you with original streaming from our new platform! You can watch on our website; quick and easy!
Come see what projects your talented peers have created!
Terry said, “Happy morning friends! Feeling grateful today for Anna’s fabulous products that mix & match so well! From the bottom, the dies are Rose Concentric, Concertina & Fanciful Concentric. Papers are from the Thankfulness & Holiday Hearth collections.”
Jane said, “I crafted this totally Anna Griffin card art with enough die cuts & ephemera to make 3 to 4 cards!! She’s as beautiful as my mother, Mary Ellen.”
Nora wrote, “I made “updated” Santa Suit ornaments using the Carte Homme dies. Paper doll outfits for guys! All Anna Griffin except for the hanger, hat and phone.”
Theresa shared, “I have been working with the Fabulous Folded embellishment papers and have been inspired by the Gentleman’s Finishing School project as well as the the recent Holiday houses project.”
Such a cute card!
Sherry said, “What fun I had making this birthday card with my new Neoclassical Concentric Frame Dies. I used the Fancy French Frame dies for the easel portion of the card and the Neoclassical Frame Dies to finish the card off using Paisley papers and embellishments along with some fussy cutting for accent. A picture showing a side view of the card is below.”
What a fun project, Sherry.
Adina posted, “This isn’t a card. This isn’t a scrapbook page. It’s just a photo that I want to display. It is a small photo that needed to be Anna-fied!”
Wonderful page, Adina!
Maria shared, “Just loved working on my new Christmas cards!! I think it’s going to be a nice surprise for my family and friends!!”
Mary posted, “I wanted to make a special anniversary card for friends that I introduced to each other. I thought a date in a gazebo with a lovely bottle of wine would be very romantic. Thanks to Anna, I could picture that for them!”
Beth said, “A few of you asked if I came up with a railroad station to go along with the 3D train to post it. I found a 3D Gingerbread house project In Cricut Access and with a few modifications converted it into a train station. I also made a Railroad Crossing sign to complete my Christmas scene. I used the light and dark red brick papers from the new Hearth collection along with the gate from the Halloween spider and specter 2 dies and garland stickers from the Carte Noel FS kit.”
Marie posted, “I decided I wanted a Halloween street full of townhouses and what better display base than the twist and pop. I haven’t used this die set in ages but had a lot of fun with this.”
Sharilyn said, “Was a little intimidated but it turned out good. Easier than I thought.”
Loraine also made this card!
“Project 3 Finishing School Live. I must be getting more organized it didn’t take me as long to make these! Thanks Anna & Team for the great inspiration!”
There were so many wonderful projects made this week! There are a few cards that we need to re create because they are so great. Thank you for sharing your creations with us, and keep posting your cards, scrapbook pages and paper projects. We will post more of your amazing work next week! Join us on AGTV tomorrow for Outside the Box at 12pm; it’s going to be a fun time together!
Bye for now,