Monday, 30 December 2013

My Favourite Five Creations of 2013

 
I am joining in with Debby's top 5 creations for 2013 again this year. It always so much fun reminding ourselves of the years projects, and it is so good to look back at things we are proud of. Here are mine, although it has been a mammoth task to whittle it down to five! 
I have thoroughly enjoyed the creative side of 2013, and here are just a small selection of projects I have loved making and sharing.
First up is a seaside scene using a mixture of Inkylicious and Stampscapes stamps. My original post about it is here.

 Second is an altered box that I made for the Inkylicious Create and craft shows in May and June. I was tickled pink when the cup of chance got demoted and my box was used to put emails in instead!
My third card is this one, for which my wonderful daughter filmed and edited a 'how to' video on youtube which you can find here.
Fourth is my personal favourite from this year, and was the subject of my second you tube video. I just couldn't part with this one and I was delighted when I found a square frame to fit it in Tesco a couple of weeks ago!
This autumnal scene was a birthday card for my dear friend Lynne and is my fifth and final card. It started life on a smaller card here, but it didn't look right so I used a bigger card and came up with this instead! What a great year I have had and a big thank you to all those people who have helped me to achieve more than I would ever have dreamed of!
I hope you all have a wonderful New Year  and that 2014 brings plenty of opportunities to be creative and everything you could wish for. Big hugs to you all! Do pop over to Debby's blog and take a look at her wonderful top 5 too.
Thanks for looking!

14 comments:

  1. A gorgeous selection of cards. All beautiful.
    Mags
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  2. What beautiful creations. I love your colour choices for the shell box.

    Toni xx

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  3. I'm not surprised you couldn't part with your favourite - it looks super in the frame & I certainly appreciated your videos hugely. I've yet to acquire the ink dusters but they are on that wish list.
    Paula (PEP)

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  4. I really don't know how you managed to come up with just five from all the stunning work you've created this year, Sally! There hasn't been anything you've shown us which I haven't liked. Of your top 5, I think my favourite also is No. 4, and if it had been mine, I'd have kept it too!

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  5. This is a wonderful selection of creations and a great reflection of your beautiful creative style. {I would love you to take part in my 300,000 Page View Give-away. Thank you so much if you have already entered and good luck.} Wishing you a wonderful 2014 and may it be all you want it to be. Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  6. argh blogger ate last one.... to be brief
    .. arent we are so blessed to be able to create and share ... love your inky delights!
    dear Sal may God bless you in 2014.xxx

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  7. All fabulous Sal and I couldn't select just one.

    Here's to a Happy, Healthy and Crafty 2014.

    B x

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  8. A gorgeous selection of cards.....Wishing you and your family all the best for 2014.xxx

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  9. Such beautiful scenery cards and projects!! So lovely! Definitely they are all tops. You do colors so well! Happy 2014!

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  10. What beautiful projects and wonderful designs.

    Hugs Diane

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  11. Happy New Year to you, Sally and all your lovely family. I hope it's a good one for you.
    It's lovely to see all your beautiful projects again. I love your style. The scenes you create are stunning. I look forward to seeing new ones this year.
    Hugs Lisax

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  12. Wow what a FABulous selection of creations, just love them all!!

    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  13. What a wonderful selection, they're all so gorgeous.
    luv
    Debby

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