Sunday, 27 December 2009

My best project of 2009?

Oooh, it was a tough choice, but I think this is my best project of 2009. I made my first easel card using a photo of a lovely lady who is 91 this week, but the photo was taken when she was 18 or 19. If you would like more details the original post is here. I took ages to get round to making one when they seemed to be all the rage in blog land, but when I did I received some really lovely comments. Thanks everyone!
Now I've posted this I can display the award in my side bar - hope you can join in too!


  1. This is gorgeous, I love it and thanks for sharing it with us.
    Pat xx

  2. Ooh la la me like this one!!Yes I can see why you would too.
    love Chris xx

  3. Stunning Sally, I love everything about it, especially the colours you have used. I bet this lady will be over the moon receiving this card and so personal for her. No wonder you are proud of it, rightly so!

    Thank you for taking part in the blog hop and the awards today.

    Happy New Year!

    Jill x

  4. Hi Sally
    It's a wonderful card, no wonder you are proud of it! Thanks for joining the hop
    x Michelle

  5. Gorgeous card! I love so much about it - the colours, the stamped flourishes, the paper lace at the top, and the use of the photo and layering. Beautiful :)

  6. absolutely stunning work Sally xxxx

  7. Its a lovely card can easily see why you chose it as your favourite thank you for giving us strangers to your blog a chance to see it.
    Happy New Year

  8. This is so beautiful - love the vintage theme, and the colour choice is perfect. No wonder it's your favourite.
    Sylvia xx

  9. This is really beautiful Sally. Love the colours and the textures.
    Hope you enjoyed hopping as much as I did.
    Fliss x

  10. What a lovely project and the colours blend beautifully! Thanks for joining in the stampman blog hop and good luck!

  11. Absolutely stunning!
    But then your cards usually are.
    Vince X


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