Time to reflect on the year. I appreciate all my followers and the people who leave me comments. I realize it takes time out from your creating when you stop by! I know coming to my blog can be a bit of a surprise every time as I like to mix up my genres and types of projects. I picked projects from over the year that I enjoyed either from learning something new, personal reflection or just fun!
My next project is one where I tried something new with embossing paste and embossing folders.
My next project was another new adventure for me..
The next is one of my many grungy projects for this year. I just love that dragonfly and I finally made a pinecone rose!
I also dabbled this year in a few layouts and I love this one of my dad with my youngest:
While we are on the subject of yellow another yellow misty project featuring one of my favorite subjects: the bird...
The next two projects was a collaboration with Stampendous and DreamWeavers. I struggled at first but when I pulled out some canvas it all seemed to fall together.
This card had me thinking of how could I frost my flowers with embossing paste...
The embossing paste took the color and glitter so beautifully and the Penny Black stencil was the perfect fist with this project.
I spent a good part of my year coloring these sweet House Mouse Designs for Stampendous.
My sea witch was a mix of die cut flowers and paints, mists and the hidden image of the witch in the grotto under the sea.
I made lots of tiny tags this year as they are so quick and fun to assemble a mix of images in a small space. All stamping and sponging!
My daughter's birthday card which I loved but she would have liked something a little more appropriate for a teenager. :)
I was blessed to be on the DarkRoom Door team this year and love their stamps. I had fun creating projects with all the fabulous new releases and this is one of my favorites:
This fall inspired canvas started with a pile of die cut leaves and grew into a canvas.
The Simon Says Challenge was to create an ornament and these vintage skates had been calling my name for awhile and I couldn't wait to create an ornament.
Another layout featuring an old photo of my youngest with a few words form our favorite book.
And tags, tags and more tags... Sorry about that but when time was short creating tags was my way of being to express myself and play along in some fun challenges.