Saturday, February 05, 2011

Anna Griffin Will Always Be A Favorite!

The first line of papers I ever invested in were from Anna Griffin. I bought the entire catalogue and I am still slowly but surely working through my stash. You might then be able to imagine my excitement when I saw these new pet themed papers and embellishments at CHA. "Where is the order form!"

The colours are so perfect. This is a card I would buy.

The sentiment "true friend" is one I use for puppies all the time.

A few of you know (and attended) the Anna Griffin Card and Scrapbook class I taught at A Scrapbookers Dream a few years ago. These were super tough classes and we enjoyed agonizing over all the measuring and folding. Anna is not easy!

Look at these paper folds! I get nervous thinking I might have to get my ruler out again.

The friends layout is so lovely.

In the close ups you can see the layering and paper folding needed to complete this layout.

There are so many samples from Anna Griffin's CHA booth that I would love to show, but these represent my favorites.

Have a wonderful Saturday and if you are time here are my crafty blogger friend's links too!

About Family Crafts
Check out what item is chosen for this week's spotlight craft and play along.

Aileen's Musings
Aileen is participating in One World One Heart again and offers you a chance to win a door prize if you leave a comment.

Carmi's Art/Life World
Carmi showcases the fabulous paper dress from DCWV at CHA.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
This week at Craftside there is a knit gingham pattern, tutorials on how to paint a reverse image on Mylar and shade an object and info on Traci Bunkers' 30 days of carving stamps.

Crafty Princess Diaries
The paper was flying as a college craft club discovered the fun you can have with paper crafts and making Valentine's Day cards.

Cross Stitch at About.com
Looking for charts for holiday and special days for February? Connie has just what you need in her February Stitching Ideas with charts for Valentine's, Candlemas, Chinese New Year, Hari-Kuyou and more.

Eileen - The Artful Crafter
Here's a peek behind the scenes as The Artful Crafter debuts on Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski.

Mixed Media Artist
See what you can make with some super-easy reverse applique quilt squares!

1 comment :

Irene said...

One of my all time favourites as well. I did wedding invitations, and I think they were spectacular (with Anna Griffin paper) I have exhausted my stash though.