As it's New Year's Eve, I thought I'd look back on some of the cards I've posted over the last year and share some of my favourites again. Some of you are new followers so may have missed them when I first posted them. I've picked one from each month - you may want to grab a cuppa. Each card has a link to the original post so you can go and read about how it was made if you like.
Thank you all for your support and kind comments over the last year. Happy New Year to you all!
I love the Vintage Inventor stamp sets designed by Sam Poole. This card is a great Valentines Card for a guy. You can see the details here.
This card was made using the Creative Expressions Beautiful Ladies Stamp Set. You can see the details here.
A card from one of the first Spellbinders Shows I did. Details are here.
I made this card way back in April but it got another airing on the Toolshed Show in November. Details are here.
I loved how this one turned out - lots of different dies on this one but my favourite part is the Grosgrain rose. Details are here.
Yes - we were doing Christmas shows in June! This is one of my favourite Christmas cards that I've made this year. Details are here.
Half way through - hope you're not bored yet! This was a demo from the Pick of the Week that Hels and I did. Details are here.
Another card from the Pick of the Week in July. I've used this layout a few times since - love the yummy Cosmic Shimmer Embossing Powders. Watch out for those on my next shows. Details are here.
I loved working with the Walnut Hollow Metal Sheets and this is one of my favourite cards using them. Details are here.
I just had to choose a card made with the Sole Creations Stamp Set. I have sold more of this stamp set than any other in my Amazon Store. It flew out at Ally Pally and at Kettering. Truly gorgeous images on this set. Details of this card are here.
I struggled a bit picking one out for November as there's quite a few that I really like from this month. This one is from the Toolshed show. Details are here.
Another difficult month to choose from. Details for this card are here.
Hope you've enjoyed my look back at the past year. Here's to 2013!
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