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January 15, 2013

Superb Card Ideas For Any Occasion With New G45 Collections

CHA 2013 French Country Card 2 Clare Charvill

Hello G45ers, 

Happy Tuesday and welcome to another super day here at the Graphic 45 blog! We are having so much fun getting to share these incredible new crafts from our design team that feature our latest collections! Today we are celebrating the wonderful art of cards! We've got three fantastic cards to share with you. There's a Secret Garden card by Tara Orr, a French Country card by Clare Charvill and a Little Darlings card and video tutorial by Maiko Miwa! Cards are such a joy to create and today you will see a wonderful variety of styles and techniques. Get inspired to create some amazing handmade cards of your own with Graphic 45! We also have some more photo highlights to share with you from our adventures at CHA! This is going to be such a great day! So lets begin with some fun photos from CHA!


Here is Jeff and Dustin getting crafty for our Make N' Takes yesterday!

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Here are the Place in Time altered items from the CHA booth! So pretty!

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Here is another peek into our Place in Time part of our booth! So much inspiration!

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We have a photo booth at CHA! Our photo booth was fun for everyone but this cute little guy! He doesn't love hats as much as the Graphic 45 staff!

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And now it's time for some crafts! First up is this breathtaking Secret Garden card by Tara Orr. This card combines some beautiful paper layering, paper distressing and fussy cutting techniques that give it a dazzlingly unique look. Tara also used the Graphic 45 Ornate Metal Key Hole Staples to add even more elegance to this card. What a fun and joyful creation that's perfect for any occasion! 

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Supplies:


Next up is another magnificent all-occasions card. This one was created by Clare Charvill and it features our new collection French Country. There are so many superb designs and richly saturated colors in French Country. There are so many options for creating one-of-a-kind crafts. You can see how Clare inked and layered French Country papers while adding a little bit of sparkle to the sunflowers. How delightful! A card like this is sure to brighten the day of a friend or loved one! Here is what Clare had to say about it.

"When I saw this collection for the first time it was the sun flowers that jumped out at me.  Their gorgeous faces remind me of my sister who through the most terrible illness has somehow still managed to keep smiling and bright just like the sunflowers, so I made this card with her in mind." -Clare Charvill

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CHA 2013 French Country Card 2 Clare Charvill


Supplies:

French Country Collection

12 x 12 papers by Graphic 45

French Country

A La Carte

Montage

Staples Trim

Ornate Metal Key 

Miscellaneous Supplies

8 x 8 Kraft Card

cream pearlescent paper

Art Glitter - yellow & brown

Foam Tape, Tacky Glue

Glossy Accents

Large McGill File Tab Punch

Vintage Photo Distress ink

cling stamp from my collection

Next up is this adorable Little Darlings card by Maiko Miwa. You can see the unique circular shape and pretty stitching along the borders of this sweet card. Add a few fussy cut images from Little Darlings and some pretty embellishments and you've got the perfect card! Take a look at this great video tutorial in which Maiko shows you how to create your card background using Little Darlings stamps!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ds3SpKksgk

 

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Supplies:

CardStock: coredinations
flowers:Prima
Stamps:LittleDarlingsCling1.2.3:Graphic45
Inks:Ranger,Tsukineko
Chipboard(LittleDariingsChipboardDie-cuts1):Graphic45
Ribbon:TokyoRibbon

We hope you all had a great time exploring today's card ideas! We encourage you to create a handmade card for someone you love! We want to thank Tara Orr, Clare Charvill and Maiko Miwa for their gorgeous work today. We also want to thank you all for stopping by our blog! The fun continues tomorrow as we bring you more incredible new crafts from our design team! We hope you'll come back and see us. We wish you all a very happy day!

With Love and Pretty Paper,

Your Friends at Graphic 45

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Both cards are lovely. Great jobs!!

Just love those cards and ideas! You guys are sooooo creative! It would be so nice to finally win something here, I so love your products and designers and the people who work at Graphic 45 that bring it all together!

great cards - love the french country card!!

The cards are so pretty. I can't wait to get the two new collections. Thanks for sharing.

What beautiful cards, just stunning talents being shown with the best supplies any crafter could dream of. I hope I can get my mitts on some of these new collections soon :-)

the card by tara Orr is simply great...

I have so enjoyed the CHA pictures and projects. Thank You so much, Lanna

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cathy26

So much talent...such amazing cards. Graphic 45 spins the best together.

Wow, booth looks amazing! The cards are great, particularly love Tara's with the metal embellishment... :)

The cards are gorgeous...well done to the designers

Beautiful Creations!

love all the cards

Very cute!! Thanks for the tutorial!! All of the projects are so wonderful!!

Especially loved the cute little baby card!

Everything looks soooooooooooo beautiful!!!

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All the projects are great and so creative. Great work

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