Sunday, January 11, 2009

Faves of 2008

I saw a post on Nicole Harper's blog about a challenge out there to pick your top ten LO's/projects from 2008. I did this last year too. You can see my 2007 list here. Here are my pics for 2008. It was really hard to choose. There are so many that I really enjoyed and I had a hard time narrowing down the list.

A goal of mine this past year was to create more LO's with pictures of myself. Document my life too. Kind of hard when I am always behind the camera. Here is just a simple LO I made using Teresa Collins papers and some Prima bling. I got to be little girly and was so happy with the result:

This LO is of my BFF and I at a Kenny Chesney concert this past April. We had the best time!

This is a picture of my friends Debbie, Debbie and I at CKC Manchester:

We LOVE David Cook in this house and really enjoyed rockin' out with him on American Idol:

This past Summer my son decided he wanted a mohawk. Of course I had to document that! Plus I had a lot of fun playing with a little grungeboard:

I also had fun playing around with a little sketch I found online, some pretty Pink Paislee papers and a pic from my office. Glad I did this then, because I have a new office now:

My friend Judi sent me these papres and embellies for my B-day and I decided to use them for the Scrappin' The Music challenge at the time, The song was 'It's My Life' by Bon Jovi:

The best birthday present I ever got was my opportunity to go to CHA Summer. I met so many fabulous people! it defiately was 'The Time of My Life' and again, I played along at Scrappin' The Music ". I actually won the RAK for this LO:

Another company that I am really LOVING is October Afternoon. I was really drawn to these papers and I had to have them. Here is my new address book:

I love the card workshops that Nancy Vandenberg has on her blog. I decided to take this one a little further and create a LO instead. LOVED the ambrosia line by Basic Grey:

Last, but definately not least is a LO I created for my challenge over at the BASB. It was to put together a kit from your stash and create a LO or card (or both) with it. I had a lot of FUN with this and used up a lot of odds and ends from my stash:

Okay, so it ended up really being eleven. Oh well. I had a lot of fun scrapping this past year and look forward to a lot more this year. This truly is the best hobby!!


kathleen said...

Gorgeous work!!! I love your top ten : )

Cath said...

Your projects just ooze fun, love them.

Amy Coose said...

Great choices...I loved all of them!

Kristii said...

Fantastic pics!!! I love them all!! Hope you have a great week!!

mom2ee said...

wonderful layouts...I enjoyed looking at them over and over again. thanks for sharing

सुलभ [Sulabh] said...

I like your presentation.


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