The Best of 2011 - Part 2

I'm back with the second half of my "Best of" post...

July 2011

August 2011

September 2011

October 2011

November 2011

December 2011
Other tidbits about my year in stamping...

  • I posted the most during January and December of 2011.
  • I posted the least in November.
  • My most commented on post was The Outlawz Blog Hop post on October 3, 2011.
  • I was published four times in Paper Crafts Magazine (happy dance!).

I'm looking forward to a creative 2012. I can't wait to see what the new year has in store for me!!!
Thanks for taking the time to visit me here & for leaving me wonderful comments that make keeping this blog worth it!

Have a safe and Happy New Year!!


Claudia said...

OH MY...............
Love them all but that Christmas card REALLY stands out for me.
You are amazing!!!!
I am very proud of you!

Autumn Mist said...

Fab cards and a wonderful blog, I always come here for a dollop of inspiration. Looking forward to what you bring us in 2012.

Teresa Arsenault said...

These are so beautiful, Maureen. I notice that you like soft, natural colors. I love them too. Thanks for sharing these.
Have a blessed and happy New Year,

PS - I have a blog candy giveaway all January.

Patricia said...

gorgeous word Maureen... and a good year 2012 for you!!!

Amy said...

Maureen - Thank you so, so much for all of your inspiration! Seeing your September favorite reminded me how much I loved it. I found the template from Paper Crafts, but that would only seem to cover one side of the dress/card. How do you make them connect? (I've about perfected a onesie that reminds me of this, but would like to know your secret.)

Thanks - and Happy New Year!

Maureen Merritt said...

Thank you Amy!
I'm glad you find inspiration here on my blog!
To make the dress card, I first printed the pattern from Paper Crafts and cut it out. Then I prefolded my card base (4 1/4 x 11). Using removeable adhesive I placed the dress onto my card base and cut around it. I did the same thing for the patterned paper before adhering it to the card. Does that make sense?
To make the onsie cards, I used a die from Papertrey Ink.

steph said...

Your cards are BEAUTIFUL!