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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

9 Projects from 2009


I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. We were able to spend some time with my husband's family over the weekend. The kids get so big so quickly. They run everywhere now!

I was reading Danielle Flanders' blog last week and she had a great idea to repost 9 projects she enjoyed from 2009. So, I'm doing the same. This past year, I've made many new scrapbooking friends and discovered so many creative blogs that I enjoy following. I've really developed my style even more and stepped outside my creative box to create some projects that seemed to come out of nowhere! Here are 9 of my favorites.

The Fairy Tea Party is of the most elaborate altered art project that I've attempted so far. I enjoy creating things that have a "story" to them, and this piece has many to tell.

"Shall I Dance for You" is an altered tag using several layers, techniques, and products. I was so happy with how she came out. She's been hanging above my creative space ever since.




I made the B-17 Adventure mini book for my husband. He has it proudly displayed on his desk.

I made this baby card for a friend's new grandbaby. It was my first "commissioned" piece :)
This year, I got to meet Tim Holtz! I took a class that he taught at Ten Seconds Studio. It was so much fun! I created this layout of our photo together. It's now framed and hanging above my scrappy space.



This card is the very first project that I've had published. I was so excited!


I made this "True Love" card for my husband for our anniversary. I loved the turquoise color and all the elements I had in that color to embellish it with.

My "Enter If You Dare" Halloween mini book was so much fun to put together. I loved all the vintage images and spooky layers.

Finally, during one of my visits to NJ, I captured my niece playing in the garden. She continually tried to pick up this large rock with her teeny tiny fingertips. Every time, she exhaled "Stuck!" when she finally gave up. Then tried it all over again.

I hope 2010 brings you many happy surprises, creative inspiration, and wonderful memories with family and friends.

Happy New Year!

5 Comments:

Blogger Julie Boeck said...

This is a great idea for a post!! It was nice to revisit some of your pieces and hear why they are special to you!

December 30, 2009 at 8:38 AM  
Blogger Sherry Wright said...

Amazing 2009 recap, love that tea party creation. Happy New Year. :)

December 31, 2009 at 5:07 PM  
Blogger Danielle said...

oh your creations are gorgeous!! thanks for sharing them with me! happy new year!

December 31, 2009 at 11:25 PM  
Blogger Julia said...

Love all your gorgeous cards and layouts. Question tho, the card with the B-17 Liberty Belle, is that a refurbished B-17 in Texas somewhere, or just a postcard? Was there writing on the back if it is a postcard? (Julia Mitchel, The "Sharon Belle" B-17 Memorial Association).

July 21, 2010 at 10:55 AM  
Anonymous writers job said...

such cool it's very great!! thanks

April 27, 2011 at 8:34 AM  

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