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A Year in Review

I am an old copy cat.....I saw a lot of people going through their card creations of 2012 and though that is such a neat idea! My blog only exists since October, but I certainly have cards from every month. And here are my favorites from 2012:

January:


February:






March:

April:



 

June:

 

August:

 

September:


 

October:



 

December:

 

As you can see, I could not decide on single cards for each month, so I choose two. Oh well... Lots of pictures, I know. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoyed them. But regardless - I wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR and lots of crafting fun for 2013!!!!



Comments

What a great collection of cards! I popped over from Moxie Fab World to take a peek and I'm so glad I did - I'll be visiting again. And again. Thanks for sharing your talents with us. Happy New Year!
Shoshi said…
I love end-of-year review blogs, and this is a great collection of cards. I think the August birthday card is my favourite - very clever design. Thanks for your visit, and I'm glad you like my zentangle design. I've just done another one which will be uploaded soon.

Happy New Year to you, too!
Shoshi
Ryn Tanaka said…
An end of the year review is a great idea! I might have to do that next year as well... It was great to look through your favorite creations from 2012. I of course remember your card using my Water Droplets design. The little droplet off to the side is a great touch! I espedcially like the other October card - very creative way to create a window effect, November - atmospheric with the bats and lighting, and for December - the colourful background that you made for the card on the right. Thanks so much for your lovely comment on my blog as well :) All the best for 2013!
Wida said…
Hi! I thought I would pop over and I recognize some of your cards too, like the cardinal one! That black and white with red ribbon card is a jaw dropper! and I always wanted to do one of those magic cards, but after making shaker cards, i kind of got stuck and just kept making those. gonna come back and see how you did that one when I try this technique, promise to link your blog. :)
Anonymous said…
These are all beautiful. I especially love your May cards.

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