Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Farwell 2014...

Its hard to believe that a brand new year begins tomorrow!  I still haven't adjusted to writing 2014 on my cheques and now I have to remember 2015?!?  I hope 2014 has been good to you.  I know many for whom it has not and who are looking forward to seeing a bright new year dawn tomorrow morning.  I hope that, whatever 2014 has brought you, your new year is filled with blessings and happiness.
Today is also the last day of my walk down memory lane as I look back at projects I've shared over the past 1000 posts.  Here goes...

This simple little Valentine's card is one of my favourite designs of all time.  I love the simplicity of it and that cute little hanger. 
This was a project I did during my stint on the Technique Twist Design Team.  It was my first attempt at a Building Block card and I love the way it turned out...so much so that I CASE'd myself a few weeks ago when making a First Birthday card for my niece!
This one was a project for one of my techniques classes that featured the Shaving Cream technique.  I love the marbled background and all the gold...so rich and yummy!
This was another project for The Technique Twist where I did a twist on Triple Time stamping.  I love the way it turned out.  The different-sized panels were just scraps of card stock I had laying on my stamp table at the time!
If this one looks familiar it is because I just posted it a few weeks ago.  I simply love everything about this project...especially the use of the coral stamp image to get the frosted-looking background!
This project isn't overly special or different, but I chose it because it was my first attempt at the Northern Lights Background technique and it uses my very first stamp set purchase:  Lovely as a Tree.
Well, there you have it:  eighteen of my favourite projects from 1000 posts-worth of them!  I hope you've enjoyed this little retrospective and that these projects provide you with a little inspiration heading into a brand-new year!  Happy New Year, everyone!!

2 comments:

  1. I am in awe of all of these great cards. You were good when you started out! And have made some spectacular cards along the way. I'm wishing you and your family a very happy, healthy new year in 2015.

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    1. Thanks so much Brenda! Remember, I only posted the cards I liked from when I first started out...there were lots of stinkers that got rejected! LOL
      I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and wish you all the best in 2015!

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