26 December 2012

2012 in review

Hi blog friends, I hope you are enjoying the festive season and for those of your who do celebrate Christmas, I hope you got what you wished for.

I thought I'd take a look back at my creativity of 2012, I was quite surprised when I did take that look back and some months were extremely difficult to only choose one favourite, so there are a few where there is more than one project shown.

I'll post these over the next few days as the posts might be a bit long to be all in one.

Starting with January 2012.

Sweet Pea Fairy post was one that I was pretty darn proud of, still relatively new to colouring with Copics and this one I could see my shading had improved, and this was a pretty good attempt at black hair.

 Also in January, I ventured out to do some scrap pages and this one called Cherub was of my granddaughter at her 2nd birthday party.


In February, I came across the very talented Krista Smith's work over at Saturated Canary and was very lucky to pick up this little one as a freebie, Thank you Krista for your generousity.  Needless to say, I was hooked on her digis!  I think you'll see a few among my favourites in the next few days as I review my crafting year.


Then in March, after I'd been shopping for digi images, a couple more SC images appeared on my blog.  This one was to celebrate being selected to join the Southern Girls Design Team.  The fabulous Gypsy dancer and I was so pleased with how her hair turned out.

I had to include Whispy as well 'All Soft and Feminine', isn't she gorgeous?

So as you can see February and March turned out to be Saturated Canary months!


Hope you're enjoying your festive season, I'll be back tomorrow with April, May and June.


Kasey ~ in Oz


  1. What a fabulous idea this is. I am staying tuned for the 'rest of the year'. Love it all!!! x

    1. Thanks Jenny, three more posts to go! It was fun looking back to see what I'd done.


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