Happy Tuesday everyone!
Let the countdown to January 10th begin! In 5 short weeks, we will be back on HSN for full hour shows at midnight, 11am, 12pm, 3pm and 8pm. So, mark your calendars for a crafty kick off to the New Year!
Can you believe it’s been 7 years that we’ve been on HSN? The time has flown by, and we are so honored that we have been able to get to know you, craft with you and be a part of each of your lives. To celebrate our 7th Anniversary, we have brought back some of our favorite items from the archive. Get ready for a trip down memory lane! Here we go!
First up is our Fabulous Folded Embellishments Kit. If you’re looking to make 3D, folded masterpieces, this is your kit. Create butterflies, pinwheels and paper dresses to add dimension to your projects. The die cuts are pre-scored and ready to fold. We have included ribbon for accents and brads to hold the pinwheels together. What’s even better? The fun, colorful prints that come with it!
Next is our Nearest and Dearest Sticker Library, and this set is extensive! You’ll get 2 each of 50 different stickers for anyone and everyone in your life. Stickers for your Mother, Father and Sister are some of the brightly framed titles in this set. The gold foil detail and vibrant colors will make these sentiments pop on your projects!
Do you remember these stunning Garden Roses Stickers? Roses are our favorite and nobody does florals like we do. Add these blooms to all of your cards, scrapbook pages and projects. With 50, 3D stickers, you can layer and build the perfect bouquet!
Our Border Bouquet Stickers are the loveliest set of borders blooming with the prettiest florals you can imagine. Everyone loves getting flowers, and floral cards bloom year round. In this 54 piece sticker set are 36, 12″ card stock borders and 18, 12″ 3D card stock borders. Imagine how these borders would perfectly frame your scrapbook pages!
Also coming up is our Botanical Engravings Card Stock. This 48 piece paper set includes 12×12, 5×7 and 6×6 layers that feature vintage botanical prints in lush colors. Make a project that pops!
Our Flourish Clear Stamp bundle is one intricate stamp set! You’ll get over 30 designs of stunning flourishes and swirls, 4 brilliant inks and an acrylic stamping block to make creating patterns a breeze! You’ll be able to make borders, corners and more with these stamps ranging from simple to extravagant.
What’s Black, White and patterned all over? Our 48 piece Black and White Card Stock of course! These papers are truly remarkable, and stand out with classic elegance. Damasks, florals and swirls are a few of the luxurious designs in this set. The set contains both printed and flocked designs.
Back by popular demand are our 12 x 12 Acetate Layers. Printed with images that have vintage charm, these pages are perfect for layering on top of card stock! Overlay the bold patterns featuring butterflies, the Eiffel Tower and hydrangea for a truly stunning effect.
Plush, velvety 12 x 12 Flocked Card Stock is back and better than ever. The texture and colors of these stylish papers lend themselves to a picture perfect scrapbook page or a dreamy card. The options are endless with the twelve opulent designs. There are 48 sheets in total for my all time favorite paper kit!
Our vibrant Watercolor Markers really shine in the perfect Anna Griffin color palette. You’ll get rose, leafy green, steely gray and more with this set of twelve colors! One of our favorite ways to use these is by highlighting embossing with color! This palette coordinates perfectly with our papers, stickers and cards. These will make a great addition to your collection.
The very best part about this blog post is that all of these products are being loaded into our Anna Griffin store on hsn.com between now and the New Year. If you want these, you do not have to wait until the show – they are available anytime!
What a collection worthy of celebration! Like what you see? We are giving away all 10 of these golden oldies to one lucky winner this Friday. Comment below for your chance to win! We will draw a winner at random from all of the comments here on the blog.