I chose this one because masculine can sometimes be hard and I love how the paper and the image did all the work,
This is from the Easter/Spring challenge and is the very first card I made with my new Cricut that Santa brought last Christmas. I thought this was just like a piece of art. I was so surprised and pleased with the result.
This clock card is from a tutorial at the Stars and Stamps blog called Triple Time Stamping. This tutorial was so well explained and produces such a cool effect. I loved this one!
I chose this card not because the design is stellar but because of the colored image. I don't normally do hand colored images. It is from MelJens and I colored it with pencils.
This heart card was from the Virtual Card Making Party in September and is using sketch #136. The deep green and the gold edging made it look so rich (at least I think so).
Now, these stags made me smile big! I just looked at them and thought, "wow! I did that!" There are lots of bits and parts but it was worth all the work.
This is from Sketch Challenge #128 and it made the list because of the bright happy feeling I got from it. The flowers being connected to the sentiment was supposed to be kind of like a hint..... (?)
This set just had to make the list! It is from the Our Daily Bread Designs Challenge for the month of November. Yes, getting love and valentines ready in November is right on schedule for OWH's shipping requirements. The wonderful digi from Create with TLC just kind of says it all!
Last but not least, this one as simple as it is was made with scraps using sketch #98. After having just viewed all the posts on "scrap wrangling", I spent much of the evening making scrap cards and cleaning out some bins.
I hope you enjoyed seeing these as much as I did making them! Happy New Year1