Happy New Year’s Eve Day!
The sun is shining and warming me up! Take off the gloves and type! haha
So…what did I do in 2014? Good thing I blog and have something to jog my memory! eek!
January is a busy month with a new release from Memory Box…
I had fun working with stencils and an embossing technique on this card…
Delightful Peony card and the video
Love the crisp white and how the colors pop on this card…
and this happy Twinkle Toes card with Distress Marker watercoloring…
February ended up being a birthday card kind of month…
Distress Marker watercoloring
Happy Birthday (check out the stamp I used on the inside)
I did have one Valentine card though!
Copic Marker coloring
Oh, I have too many I like in March! : )
Distress Marker watercoloring
Spring Blessings (check out the tip I share for lining up layers)
Piecing and inlaying die cuts, this card and a couple others during March
using these techniques…
Something CAS too…
April was a big class preparation month…
May brought more flowers and butterflies on the scene…
June – a lot of Memory Box and poppystamps cards!
Summer in July? Well, how about a little Fall and a lot of Christmas! Ok then, I’ll start with a baby card! lol
I love how these sweet pea dies worked up!
So many Christmas cards! I fell in love with the simplicity of this card though…
and the gorgeous new MB snowflake dies…
August – tons more Christmas cards! I can’t post them all here! : )
I love the graphic look of this one though, the unusual colors and just the right touch of glitz…
another one with text…love how this worked out…
and then I did color a card! Such cute critters!
I’ll narrow down September to one Fall and one Christmas!
This card brings so many freezin’ memories of picking out Christmas trees with the girls…I love this card! At the moment it is my favorite for the year! : )
October – new dies from poppystamps!
Check out the NEW Horse Country die cards in November…
I had to make one Mixed Media tag, it’s on my fireplace mantle in some greens. : )
and a cute guy…Copic coloring
December has a vapor feel to it! Is it that way for you too? Blink and it’s gone! I did get a lot of cards mailed though! yay!
and the reason for the season…
It’s been a great year! Sharing with friends old and new! Our family is looking forward to more blessings in 2015! Grandchild #17 is due mid March! So much to be thankful for but at the same time I can’t help but be touched by the agony of loss in Asia right now. My heart goes out to the families that have lost loved ones. It has touched our design team for Tilda’s Town. Joe Shien Shien’s brother and family from Indonesia were on that plane. It’s been so neat to see the stamping community from all over the world reaching out to her and surrounding her with love and prayers. Thank you all for your friendship and support. Even though we are miles apart, we span the distance with our caring, supportive community. God bless you all! Thank you for being there!
20 thoughts on “2014 in Review…”
Happy New Year Pam! You made so many gorgeous cards over the year. Grandchild no. 17 omg, that means a lot of christmas gifts under christmas tree. 😉
Amazing year – absolutely incredible creations Pam!!!!!! Thank you so much for being so inspiring – you make me want to go and create!!!
I think I actually missed September. So pretty!
Your cards are all so beautiful, Pam! There was no ‘good’ ending to the ‘disappearance’ but some degree of solace that the families are not left wondering….my heart does go out to all who have losses.
Fun to see your lovely cards again!
Happy New Year Pam! I certainly did enjoy the recap of all your beautiful cards. I’m traveling at the moment, so when I’m home and settled in once more, I’ll be taking a slower look & revisiting your tips & videos. Thanks for sharing your wonderful skills over this past year. It’s been so inspirational. Looking forward to seeing even more crafty loveliness in 2015, and hope the New Year brings all that you wish for yourself & your family. Hugs & TFS
Many blessings to you in the new year !!! Love seeing the cards again and enjoy your talent.
Happy New Year, dear friend. I will keep your DT friend in my thoughts and prayers. How tragic that is. Thanks for sharing your lovely creations – my favorite is the tall tapered candle. Gorgeous. Hugs…
Wowzers Pam….Holy Buckets of gorgeousness! What a fabulous recap. I could never pick a FAVE as they are all just beautiful. It’s so nice to reflect back and know that you did an awesome job!!!
Thanks so much for sharing with us!
Many blessings and happiness to you for the New Year!
Wow, wow I love everyone of them……you are so creative and talented. Hope your New Year is truly fabulous. hugs, Ruth Ann It’s so cold here hope it’s better in Iowa.
Amazing look back at your favorite cards from this year, Pam! You are truly inspiring and I know I don’t leave comments very often, but I always check out your work. I have learned a lot from you!! Loll xx
Beautiful cards….amazing! Thoughts, prayers, and love to the Schien family during these difficult days.
I love your style and you are one of my favorite designers. Thanks for your inspiration.
Looks like a great year to me!!! Had a wedding tonight-glad to be back home in two full pieces!!! Happy New Year to you and your family!!
Happy New Year Pam,
Although I’m new, I truly enjoy seeing and learning new things from you, your cards are truly amazing.
All the best to you & your family, as well as your followers 7 friends along the way :-).
I always look forward to your yearly review! It gives me a chance to drool over all the beautiful cards you have posted & enjoy them once more! Your creations are always such a delight & usually leave me thinking “why didn’t I think of that?” ha ha I’m glad you had a wonderful Christmas & my prayers will be with all those who lost family & loved ones. Happy New Year, Pam!
Wow! What a year! Such beautiful cards….I do remember most of them! 🙂 Nancee
I dont think I’ve ever seen a year in review that I have liked more then yours! Each and every card is really amazing!! Wow!! Cant wait to see 2015!!
Wow, what an amazing lineup! I always associate you with die cutting, but your coloring is pretty darn good too. Your work is wonderful.
You picked a lot of my favs, too, Pam. But then again, there are so many, many more. Hoping to see a lot more of your inspiring work in 2015!