I love looking back and seeing my style evolve and change over the past year! Here is a glimpse of my year in scrapbooking:
January; I made this page for a sketch challenge at Creative Scrappers:
February; I made this page for a challenge at Creative Craft World:
March; I several pages that I loved in March...maybe because I loved my kits ( #1 and #2 ) from March so much, super girly and full of new goodies!
I made this page for the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog and used a Paper Variety sketch:
I did this page for a Pagemaps sketch:
I made this page for a sketch challenge at My Mind's Eye:
April and May were not very productive months for me in scrapbooking...first with my brother's wedding, and then my dad's funeral, I was extremely busy, and then my heart wasn't in it for a while.I made a lot of pages in June...but none of them qualified for my top 12 personal favorite pages...so, here's on from July, made for a sketch challenge at Let's Get Sketchy:
September was a great scrappy month for me (probably because the kids were back in school). One of my favorite boy pages I have ever made:
I made this page for a My Mind's Eye challenge at 2Peas:
In October, I finished catching up on Glitter Girl videos and purchased my first scrapbook class ever, Scrapbook Remix ( I have won spots in classes before, but this was the first one I ever paid for out of my own pocket) It was sooo worth it! I was very inspired by this class, and I have lots of pages that I haven't even had the time to share yet, and notes for more ideas and inspiration that I just haven't had the time to use yet.
This page was inspired by a Glitter Girl stamping challenge:
This page was for another Glitter Girl challenge, scrapping with your favorite colors:
This page was made with some of my very extensive Bedknobs and Broomsticks kit:
This last page is another that I haven't shared on my blog yet, but was inspired by the Scrapbook Remix class:
I highly recommend Shimelle's Scrapbook Remix class (click the link in my sidebar to learn more), I love all of the inspiration it offered!
Some funny/interesting things that I noticed about how my style over the past year: Many of these pages either have a kraft base, or kraft on the page somewhere. I really need to work on making my boy pages better, not many made my top 12 list. I love girly supplies, and turquoise/teal and or pink makes an appearance on many of my pages. I also like the way my style has evolved to include more layering and stitching! Thanks for stopping by this morning, I would love any feedback or comments you may have to share!