Monday, December 31, 2012

favourites and resolutions...

So that's another year flown past, and so much has happened! 2012 for me held my engagement, turning 30, moving away to a whole new area, my little man starting school, my Stepdad dying of cancer, adopting two guinea pigs, being asked to teach more, started designing my own products and of course my crafting has taken on a whole new level!
That's a lot of personal notes, but on the crafty side, here are my favourite 10 projects of 2012...


So what about 2013?
I have resolutions. I'm sure you only want to here the craft related ones....!!!
1. To set out a timetable and pretty much stick to it. I have times where deadlines are coming out of my ears, and with a bunch of new DT's lately too, I need to organise my time so I am not cramming things last minute.
2. To only agree to and take on work if I honestly have time without putting a strain on prior arrangements. Its flattering to be asked but I must not agree to anything I can not put 110% into.
3. To explore products/colours/themes/techniques I usually wouldn't. So much can be learned and stepping out of the box is the beginning :-)
I wish you all a fantastic New Year and I hope 2013 holds everything you wish for xx


Tone K. said...

Your work is absolutely amazing ! I love it ! :)
Thanks for the inspiration you have given me in 2012. I am really looking forward to see your work in 2013 :)

Wish you a Happy New Year ! :)

Linda said...

Happy New Year to you Lou, looking forward to seeing what 2013 brings you :)

Buffy Esser said...

So many wonderful Projects! Wishing you a Happy New Year!

Keren Tamir said...

these are seriously stunning!! love how you use the zippers! fantastic!!

Karen leonard said...

Great selection Lou x
Good luck with the resolutions....see you soon
Karen x

Caroline Lovett said...

Love all of them but my fav has to be the first one of you, and then the adj: cute one and then the is happiness, but just love them all really :)

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