Monday, 5 January 2009

10 from 2008

Just been over having a look at Kath's blog and she has listed her top ten projects from the last year - all fabulous by the way - which inspired me to do my own little review of the crafty year.

2008 was a bit of a year of firsts for me, I did my first Scrapbooking pages, I tried ATCs for the first time, I got involved in a couple of forums which I'd always been a bit too shy to do before which in turn led me to have a go at blogging. I also started my own Scrapbooking group, at the library where I work, which I'm really enjoying and I'm looking forward to expanding it this year so if there is anyone out there in blogland from the Midlothian area interested in joining you would be given a very warm welcome!

Anyway, going back to the fave projects from 2008, (it was quite hard to choose, I don't actually have photos of many of the cards I made - quick turnover sometimes) but here is my top ten - quick before I change my mind!

First a layout of my gorgeous daughter Lynsey,



a couple of cards





an ATC



another card



another ATC



Page from a wedding album made for Lynsey's friend Susie



quick card



advent calendar made for a challenge on the Trimcraft website



and finally the Christmas card I made for Lynsey



Why not have a look back over your 2008 craft projects and choose your own favourites, let me know if you do so I can have a look!

3 comments:

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Wow what a wonderful selection! I just love the scrap pages, especially the one of your daughter Lynsey, really stunning! Have a good week, wish I could pop to your class, shame I live so far away, Heidi xxx

Kath said...

Wow Jenni...loved your review of 2008...wishing you a happy new year and look forward to lots more crafty goodies in 2009
Hugs
kath
xxxxx

Piddawinkle said...

what a good idea Jenny am caught up in some long term challenges and comps at mo, so havent got anything new to show, so might go and have a go at this, Have a very happy new year and speak soon, love you new stamp by the way, Siobhan