Well I hope everybody enjoyed New Year's Eve, however you decided to celebrate (or not) and that you're not suffering for it today ;)
I've been having a little break from crafting and blogging while Christmas has been upon us, but I'll be back with regular DT posts next week. In the meantime I'll be drawing my Butterflies and Bling Candy winner tomorrow, so you still have a few hours to enter if you haven't already, and I'll be hosting another giveaway this weekend.
Last year I joined in with Debby's 5 favourite Christmas cards, but I'm a little late for that one this year, however I'm not too late for the my 5 favourite cards of 2014. Let me tell you, this one was hard!
To be honest, I didn't realise quite how many cards I had made until I had a look back......I'm not quite sure where I found the time! lol
Anyway in no particular order (and honestly, there were several others I could have chosen instead) my 5 favorites are:
Well I guess it comes as no surprise that there's a Saturated Canary image among my top 5 (in fact there's 2) This one is coloured in Copics and I loved her with these bright colours. You can find the full post here.
2nd up is another SC make. This time coloured with Distress Inks, I love the softness and vintage feel to this in contrast to the previous make. You can find more pics here.
It's no secret that I normally hate making boy cards. They are without doubt my Kryptonite. But I've included this one because I was soooooo happy with the way it turned out, it's the best 'boy' card I've ever made and one of my best cards overall I think. The full details can be found here.
For a complete change, this card had no stamped and coloured image, but a printed vintage photo. I was really pleased with this one and aim to make more vintage style cards like this in 2015. You can find full details of this one here.
The last one was the most difficult, there were several wedding/anniversary cards I really loved and also lots of my beloved Tildas, but in the end I chose this one because I really liked the contrast of the femininity of the dress and flowers and the masculinity of the gears. Plus I do love me a bit of steam punk and don't get to dabble very often. You can find more of this here.
Well that's all from me, if you want to play along you can find Debby's original post by following the link below.
Have a great 2015! :) xx