Thursday, December 31

A Year In Review

 As 2020 finally draws to a close - to the collective sighs of many around the globe - I'd like to share some of my favourite cards from this year. I'd like to invite each of you to also share the cards that you've enjoyed making and place a link in the comment section of this post so we can visit.

JANUARY - Fantail Goldfish

FEBRUARY - Warm Fuzzies

MARCH - Little Donkey

APRIL - Easter Joy

MAY - Live Large

JUNE - Beasties

JULY - Bees and Blooms

AUGUST - Make A Wish

SEPTEMBER - Witch Starter Kit

OCTOBER - Home For The Holidays

NOVEMBER - Mr. Snowflake

DECEMBER - Gingerbread Wishes


Lori m said...

Beccy your work is just stunning and beyond. My favorite card is the fan tail fish, they just appear to pop right out at you in a 3D effect. Happy Healthy New Year, hugs, Lori m

Jackie T said...

Hi Beccy all your cards are gorgeous. Happy New Year to you. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Suze said...

Lovely cards Beccy. They are all really special and really pretty. If I had to pick a favourite it would be the October one.

I decided since I am bored and needed something to occupy myself this afternoon that I would go through a pick a fave from each month of the year. My post is here:
I suspect if someone else went through each month that they would come up with an entirely different 12 cards! These ones were all special to me though.

Suzana said...

Thank you for this adorable review of the year!
I wish to you, Beccy and your, team A Happy New Year, many inspiration, health and joy! It's a pleasure admiring the creations of you all!

Donna said...

As I looked through your cards it reminded me that you have such an elegant style. I love your cards and your images! They just make me smile. You and Suze inspired me to post my top cards from each month. It's a tough chore. Thanks!

Mandy said...

Beccy Thank you for the prompt to do this.

It is nice to be able to celebrate 2020 in a positive way.

My post is here:-

Mandy said...

I forgot to say my favourite is the little donkey. Your starry sky tutorial is wonderful and I have used it on a few cards now (check out the space themed one on my blog from end of December)