Good morning! I am a little late with my look back at my favourite creations from 2013 but I always like to do this post, so, better late than never. I always find it so difficult to choose just one favourite from each month! I hope you enjoy another look at the projects I have chosen and if you would like further details on any of them just click on the photos to visit the original blog posts.
This is the front cover of a photo album I created of a holiday to France. I wanted it to look like a French Gite.
I created a lot of scrapbook layouts last year. I love the colours on this one of my little girl.
I love it when an idea works don't you? I wanted to create something special for my Dad's retirement and was thrilled at how my 3D deckchair idea turned out!
I love the softness of this card from April. I created the orchid myself by copying some real ones I have in my house and was really thrilled with how it looked!
I think this card has to be my all time absolute favourite of any I have made. It is a stair step card and yes, it does still fold into a box to give to the recipient! The only problem being I can't part with it lol!
Another layout for my favourite June creation. I love these photos of my children when they were little so much. They depict their love and sense of fun perfectly!
I had such fun creating this beach scene card. Another one I cannot part with lol!
I've noticed as I've looked back through my 2013 creations that I have kept many of them out on display around my home! I created this 3D canvas especially for my dining room which I totally refurbished in the summer. I'm still hunting for a frame for it as I want something ornate and chunky - something which seems to be elusive without paying a fortune lol!
A lot of my cards seem to feature pink, pink, pink so I love this card from September featuring beautiful soft china blue colours!
I broke my usual rule of finding the papers before colouring the image with this card so was really pleased that I managed to find flowers that matched my colouring to bring it all together!
I've made a few cards now in this style but this was my first attempt at it and I love the prettiness of the doily edgings.
I didn't make anywhere near as many Christmas cards last year as I have in previous years. I love the teal and white colour scheme on this one! I have decided this year that I am going to make at least one Christmas card every month so that I can avoid giving out shop bought ones again! Watch this space to see if I actually manage to do so lol!
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Thanks for looking x