June 20, 2015

Thank You Card - Anna Griffin Style


It's Saturday morning and a great time to make a card using some of Anna Griffin's supplies and your Cricut Explore and Cuttlebug! All kinds of fun! Grab a cup of coffee and join me in making this great thank you card.



See how easy it was I chose my papers from the last HSN special featuring Anna Griffin, then I got the Anna Griffin Lace dies that my friend Pam Ramesh of the BugBytes gave me for my birthday. I am not much of a die cutter so I didn't do that on line but cut my pieces out. I had trouble with one Sizzix die but I think I used to light of a cut of paper.... but I still used it anyway.


Didn't the card turn out beautiful? I am so excited as I even used my new Minc. AWESOME!


My flower was off Design Space free to subscribers. I just searched for a rose and chose the one I liked, did a print and cut and this card was ready to go.


I want you to see the close up so you can see how detailed this card is. And, you can also see it has plenty of layers and dimension.


And the last little close up. I sure hope you enjoyed today's post and learned a little something. As you can see I had fun with all my new goodies and had so much fun. Thank you again Pam... love you and hope to see you soon.

Thank you for your sweet-sweet words of encouragement. Your comments continue to inspire me to continue sharing with you.

Have a blessed weekend!

3 comments:

Carol said...

Great card Sheila. I love the bling ... and here you've got both the glitter sparkle and the foil shine, how perfect is that! I adore making Anna Griffin cards too. She makes such wonderful card bases and embelleshments ... then add a little of your own special touches (Cricut cuts, dies, embossing, ribbons, stamps, etc.) and Waaa Laaaa ... you have an amazingly beautiful card. And best of all, no two are alike. Thanx for sharing this lovely video too!
Hugz, Carol

Boopster said...

Beautiful! So many techniques, plus glitter! I'll have to try that.

Lisa said...

Gorgeous card Sheila, love the dimension.