Following in the footsteps of many of my blogging friends, I thought I would do a run-down of some of my favourite layouts for 2010. Not necessarily my best, but my favourites for one reason or another.
Love how this page tells the story of how Moz got her name. And love how this plain paper was turned into notebook paper by many stitched lines :-)
My first page on the From Screen 2 Scrap DT. Lots of yummy doodled digital elements by CD Muckosky here.
The first page I had picked up for publishing in a 'real' magazine (instead of an online magazine!) I fixed it up a bit before I sent it off! More doodled embellishments - this time by Leeann Pearce.
This would have to be one of my favourite 'Month in the Chair' layouts. And it uses some of my favourite collections for 2010 which were Thrift Shop and Fly a Kite by October Afternoon.
I love the idea of the journalling on this page which is all about documenting Moodles routine at this point in her life. I should really do this again.
One of my favourite pages from when I was a Guest DT for Kreatorville Kraft. I really enjoyed my month there and I adore Keandra's kits. I've got a tutorial for that flower which will have to go live soon I'm sure!
One of my favourite pages I've done for Handmade by Suzanne. Mainly because it was the first time I was brave enough to try free-motion stitching..... and it worked! And lots of journaling about how sentimental I was getting when I went back to work in August.
I was so happy to get my very first Studio Calico kit. I made lots of pages with it (8 in total so far I think). This was one of them.
One of my other favourite collections from this year was the Mix and Mend line from Sassafras. When I got my bundle of this I whipped up 4 layouts on the go. And then to my absolute delight they were all featured on the Sassafras blog!!! Definitely a highlight!
And lastly, this bright and fun layout I did not long ago. I love it because this is one of my favourite photos of me as a child, and I think the layout did it justice :-)
Would love to hear about your favourites.
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year as we see in 2011.