A look at the Grace collection by Anna Griffin

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

There are so many exciting things coming in 2014 from Anna Griffin. If you missed her big Cricut explore launch on HSN last week, you can view it here. I still have some projects I have been meaning to share from the 20th Anniversary show that aired in January. Anna featured her newest collection...

{Anna Griffin Grace Papercrafting collection}

 {photo credit: HSN}

Here are a few samples I created with this beautiful collection.

Just for you

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This basket weaved pattern was easy to take a craft knife to so that I could fussy cut it. It took about 10 minutes to cut out each hole but once that was done, the card was quick to come together.

Thankful for you

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It's easy to use the die cut pages for cards when you layer them over cardstock. Just cut them down to the size you need for your card and use pop dots to affix them to the card base. You wouldn't believe how much 3D foam I use on my Anna assignments.

Life is beautiful

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I love the pop of yellow amongst the black and white. The large bow die is from Lil Inker designs. Love them!

Celebrate the day

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For this card I used the pattern paper as wall paper and cut a window using Spellbinders dies. The perfect palette cardstock was a perfect pair for this pattern. I also used Anna's Rosa Cuttlebug embossing folder.

You can find this beautiful collection at HSN.

Have a creative day!



~amy~ said...

absolutely gorgeous!

Lin Murray said...

Thank you for sharing the projects you made with Anna's new Grace collection. That is on my "want" list. I am amazed at how you cut out the basket weave - I'm afraid I'd make a complete mess if I tried that. Your creativity is inspiring!

phamil said...

I loved this collection and you have some really gorgeous cards here. You always have really elegant creations!

WhoMom said...

Your cards are lovely and the one with the bird is outstanding.

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