Anna Griffin: Beautiful, Quick & Easy Cards

Hi friends! Can you believe that I have never used an Anna Griffin Card Kit before? Some of her kits came across my desk and I was AMAZED at how jam packed they are with beautiful patterned cards and die-cuts.

The kit even contains the foam tape necessary to place the die-cuts! (However, I did find that a glue stick was necessary to glue the liner in place.)

This is the Grace Card Kit and my card took just minutes to make! This kit makes a total of 12 cards!

The Sunny Salutations Pop-Up Card Kit also makes 12 cards and there are more than enough die-cuts to add to your other paper crafting projects.


I kept the card front simple:

Glued the die-cut liner inside the card:

And the pop-up is ready for the die-cut pieces:

Then I just foam taped the die-cuts in place and BOOM! A great pop-up surprise for my friend!

Paper Wishes has many Anna Griffin Card Kits to chose from. I was so pleased with the quality and value of the kits and the cards were quick and easy to make.

Here’s a sweet treat for Valentine’s Day!

 

That’s all for today. I hope you get a chance to make something pretty this week! Happy crafting.

LeNae Gerig

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3 responses to “Anna Griffin: Beautiful, Quick & Easy Cards”

  1. Sharon Perehudoff says:

    Wow! Just got to love the new pop up cards, there is amazing hope to place an order soon. Money has been tight for me at the moment but after taxes should be good then. LeNae thank you once again for another great blog.

    • Marie Mar says:

      Anna Griffin has a die cut for the pop up part. I think Hot off the Press does too, or a template. Lots cheaper to make them from your own stash and save Anna’s kits for something very, very special. Marie

  2. Marie Mar says:

    I love Anna Griffin’s things and have quite a few kits. They also come in a beautiful box that can be used for a lot of things. I’m glad to see the Hot Off the Press is carrying them now. They remind me of the beautiful cards of the early 1900’s and 1920’s in my grandmother’s day. I love to make boxed all occasion cards in vintage style as gifts for my friends and family. It is hard anymore to find a box of nice all occasional cards in the store. The cards we make are much prettier anyway!

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