I am terrible at picking favourites, but below you will find some of my favourite posts from 2016. If you click on the photo, you'll get to the post.
I had such fun making the collage on this Distress Crayon Canvas, and the main sentiment is a favourite of mine and fits well on a post at the start of a new year.
This Recycled Time Tag was one of my favourite tags from last year, I particularly like the stamped packaging overlay.
I made this Pirate Zombie panel to Anton, and he loves it and keeps it above his bed. It is also an example showing that seasonal dies can often be used year around.
I also made a Mini Pocket Watch Necklace, with a sweet photo of my Mom and Grandmother, and I got to use some glass beads that I bought years ago.
Leo has grown so much since this photo was taken. The layout is about his Christening, in the same dress that I was Christened in.
As you might know, I love birds, and these Scribbly Small Birds by Dina Wakley are some of my favourite stamps. I also like the colours of this Because You Have a Song canvas.
I made to of these sewing boxes last year, using Eileen Hull's Cantilever Sewing Box die. This Alphabet Sewing Box is filled with letters and numbers, and the second one, the Vintage Sewing Box is based on an old sewing box I have had since I was a child.
I picked the Pistachio Wall Hanger because of the colours, fun techniques, great message and wonderful Tim Holtz focal stamp.
Sometimes I include photos in my art journal, and I like the mix of older and a more recent photo on this Capture Life page. And the texture background technique was a fun discovery too.
My Home Loom project is a little different from the others, and brought back memories of childhood weaving. It also inspired Anton to weave on my old loom and he completed a woven project that I had started as a child.
I really like this photo of the baby feet together with the larger well-used big brother shoe, in my Make a Wish layout. The photo was taken by Alet Groenewald.
The Tropical Beach Tag just screams summer, and I had fun making the glittery sand.
I used a photo of an unknown relative on this Hidden Book Box, with a mini-book inside meant to be used to document info about family members of the past.
As you know, I enjoy 3-D projects and these three Old Town Houses are inspired by the Old Town in Stockholm.
The You Matter layout has an important message, and I also like the wood grain background and all the stamped word strips.
This Halloween Passport Book was my favourite Halloween project from last year. It was made with a die by Eileen Hull. Another favourite Halloween project, was the Halloween Manor House.
I love trees, and birch trees are one of my favourite kinds of trees. I really enjoyed creating this wintery Birch Tree Mixed Media Panel, with a childhood photo of my dad.
I had a hard time picking a favorite Christmas project, but apart from my December Daily journal, I think it is this Frosty Deer Clip Board. I am planning to display it all through winter.
Let's finish this long post with a happy art journaling page, and a perfect reminder for the new year of some important things.
Thank you so much again for visiting my blog during 2016. I have lots of fun plans and ideas for 2017 and I hope I can make at least some of them come true.