Today I've put together a simple summary of my paper crafting projects of 2014 beginning with my take on iHanna's DIY Post Card Swap. Visiting iHanna is always like taking off on a journey of creativity.
Below is one of the Mother's Day cards I made. It was for sale at the local flower shop and there were two customers fighting over it... I regret I didn't make two of them and I will make sure there will be several to choose from this year LOL!
This card is a rather small one I made for a challenge at The Shabby Tea Room, one of my favourite challenge blogs as there is a fab design team to get you going with loads of inspirational works of art.
The card below was a result of a challenge at Hobbyworld. Usually I play safe but this time I wanted to challenge myself. As you see there is not a piece of patterned paper...
I love decorating boxes and this is one of those from last year.
Here's a large matchbox which was subject to a make over.
The focal point of the card below is the lovely retro image. I just couldn't help buying these images and this was my first attempt to using one of them.
Not a year without making a bunch of birthday cards. This one was made for our youngest grandchild Joline who turned six last year.
We also celebrated a 30-year-old in December last year. I love those soft subtle colours of this card.
Finally some atc:s I made for a swap. The theme was masculine vintage and it was really a challenge since I usually make romantic things with loads of flowers.
Thank you for stopping by today and welcome back soon. Within a few days I plan to announce a candy open to everybody who runs a blog and I hope you will find it yummy.
Wishing you all a fabulous 2015!