Sunday, January 10, 2010

Year in Review

I saw this idea on Rose Ann and Sharon's blogs and decided to browse through my own year of projects.
Here are my personal favorites of the year 2009.


I love the crocheted flowers and paper piercing on this ODBD card.


Sellabration.....I used the heck out of this SAB set and matching DP. SO springy!


*sigh* This framed art piece with FlowerSoft bouquet was so pretty IRL. I knew it had to go to a good home.

AprilAnother ODBD card. I love layering flowers like this and the SU DP is so pretty!

MayI do like my butterflies! This was my May Divine Design project. It makes me happy to know it's in a book full of amazing scriptures that I can look at again and again.

June There was so much detail in this card. I really like how the sunset turned out.

July Again...layering flowers. But this was SO sparkly and the CAS design became my favorite stamping style this year for sure!

August Layering again, but this time with Spellbinder dies and pearls. One of my all time favorite cards. This one went to my son and his wife for their 2nd anniversary.

September More butterflies and pairing them with K & Company DP "Urban Rhapsody" was like magic.

October My Top Note die saw it's share of action in 2009. I really liked this Halloween card. Funny thing...I am not sure how I feel about Halloween, but I enjoy making cards for the occasion. LOL

November I made a few cards with a small scrap of this shimmery brown cardstock and stickers from the clearance section at Walmart. The pic is dark, but the cards were SO pretty. And I fell in love with that shimmery paper. I am thinking it will be what I use for my son's wedding invitations!


I know it isn't a card! But there is paper wrapped around the TP roll so I can call it a paper craft project. Seriously, I had so much fun making these little party favors and wish I would have had one left for me.

There you have it... time for a new year and a new batch of cards!
Happy Stamping!


Rose Ann said...

You do such beautiful and fabulous work, Angel!! I thoroughly enjoyed your review!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

These are all so stunning Angel!! So much inspiration to behold!