Thursday, December 30, 2010

My Team Favs: Dana

As my mother mentioned in a previous post, it's hard to sift through SO MANY projects and pick only a few favs! I've limited myself at the onset to 5 a piece, so here goes...

Stefanie:

As I said in this post, this card won my heart forever! It was one of Stef's first and she made it in seconds (it seemed) for me to send out announcing my youngest daughter's birth. I still love, love, love this card!










This card ended up being my Christmas card from Stef last year. Simple, yet completely adorable!

This card was Stef' daughter's bday card last year. I love it! The crackle-painted wings, the patterned paper heart, the embossed card base... Simple and completely rockin'!

I love this scrapbook page of Stef's son! The colors, the pattern, the texture, the stitching... Terrific elements!

Stef went wild making these flowers for awhile... I love them! I'm too lazy to do them myself but hers are terrific! This card is amazing!










Sabrina:

Some of my mom's favs are my own but to make it easier on myself, and to offer variety, I've posted other favs here. I've limited myself to 2010 only, since her projects are endless!


I LOVE this scrapbook page! I love the paper and all her little details! I look forward to hopefully seeing this under my Christmas tree! ;)

These cards are so stunning! My mom is famous for her skill with a glue gun and she's been making these wreaths for ages, it seems! I especially love the colors with these, though. The different greens on the dark blue are magnificent!




I love the paper on this card! Great embellishments and colors, too!













I love the colors and snazzy embellishments on these!












This was a terrific project my mom made for a sort of church handout. I love the papers and fonts she chose!











And that does it! Wonderful projects by wonderful women!

1 comment:

Sabrina said...

Thank you for your sweet comments, Dana. I completely forgot about those pages for Christmas! I actually was planning on giving you that page. It's yours - a belated Christmas gift.