July 1, 2022 • Anna Griffin
Welcome to the first Friday in July! We hope that you have had an excellent week, and that you are excited to see what has come into the office this week. From thank yous to 4th of July cards, we have lots of pretty things for you to ooh and ahh over today!
Come take a look!
We want to wish Kris a very Happy 78th Birthday! She sent 2 beautiful cards for Fan Mail Friday, and we need to get a belated birthday card in the mail! We will share the quote that Kris added to one of her cards.
“If you could only sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to the people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person.” Fred Rogers
Karen enjoyed being our guest during CAH2, and the scrapbook page that we made for her during the event. Karen included photos of a room in Blair castle that was filled with China. So beautiful!
Leigh Jean decided to send a birthday card early this year! She loves the Kirigami Dies, and paired them with gorgeous antique cards in a beautiful way.
Look at the pretty rose underneath!
Vickey writes that it’s already hot as a firecracker in Tampa! We’re putting the hot in Hotlanta here too!
Terance and John gave us a list of what the 4th of July means to them! From Backyard BBQ to Fireworks and Parades to Red, White and Blue, everything rings a bell to us too!
Our friend Robin wishes us a fabulous 4th of July! This card is so patriotic and summery. Hope you and yours have a fantastic holiday weekend!
How amazing is this card from Toni celebrating Juneteenth? Toni enjoys Fan Mail Friday, seeing others’ creations and hear what’s happening in their lives.
Take a look at the gorgeous invitation from Toni and the Ohio Griffinites! My goodness, it sounds like such a wonderful time!
Marie sent in this goregeous, foiled card to celebrate the 4th! She also included a great quote that we would like to share.
“I believe in America. We have great dreams, and because we have the opportunity to make those dreams come true.” Wendall L Wilkie
Jimmie Lynn informed us that it will be the 200 year anniversary of the “Twas the Night Before Christmas” poem. To celebrate, Jimmie Lynn made a scrapbooking display page. She is excited to begin holiday crafting!
Gorgeous page, Jimmie Lynn!
Thank you all for a fantastic Fan Mail Friday! We love hearing from you each week to learn about what’s going on in your lives and finding out what you are making. If you would like to send something to us for Fan Mail Friday you can mail it to us at 99 Armour Drive NE, Atlanta, GA 30324. We look forward to hearing from friends old, friends new and YOU!