Friday, 22 December 2017

Review of the year January...



Happy Friday,

Every year at over the Christmas period I review the previous year and pick my top projects from each month.  This year is no exception so today we start with January 2017!

I start with this card the first of my BVItage Friday where I took a set of older dies and made a new card.  I will be reviving this next year using dies form lots of different companies and ranges!

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The next two shots are peerage projects I made when I got to play with Alcohol inks ( who remembers me setting light to it on air!)

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25 comments:

  1. Morning john.
    Thank you twolovely cards.
    Take care and have fun.
    Happy Christmas and best wishes for 2018 Kittty.

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  2. Good morning John,
    It's so good to see some of your past projects, love them all.
    Have a great day
    Patricia xxx

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  3. Gorgeous. Love it when you look back and look forward too, to seeing you use old dies, xxx

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  4. Morning John, oh I am loving these, I don't remember you setting light on TV, can't think where I was that day because I don't normally miss any of your shows. Great idea to review older dies and products, I bet there are lots of crafters out there that forget what they have.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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  5. Hi John, great to see some favourites again, and looking forward to seeing more, as well as what you do with forgotten dies in the New Year. Have a good day everyone. Bx

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  6. Good Morning John
    It's great to catch up with some of your favourite cards.I did love the ones with the bright red inks.Looking forward to seeing more.
    Jan

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  7. How nice to look back at some of your old cards.Liking them all, look fu to the rest .
    Joycex

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  8. Lovely to see some of your favourites from 2017. I do remember you setting light to the alcohol inks and being very fascinated.
    Marion S x

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  9. Hi John
    Beautiful cards. Yes, I do remember you setting light to the alcohol inks, very dramatic!
    B xx

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  10. Great start to this years Review.

    Michele

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  11. It's good to know which are your favourites. These are lovely.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  12. Morning John, three beautiful cards but really like number 3 with the heart, great to some oldies.
    Nancyd xx

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  13. Beautiful John! I especially love that first one. xxx

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  14. It's fascinating to look back. What a year you have had, John. I wonder what 2018 will bring?

    Anne (Northampton)

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  15. Morning John, finally getting to catch up with all the beautiful cards you have been showing us over the past couple of days. Today is great to look back on the past year and see your favourites, and hope to see a lot more. Love the Alcohol Ink ones, so different to anything you normally see.
    Wendyx

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  16. Lovely trip down memory lane John. All beautiful.
    Love Valxxx

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  17. Three stunning though very different cards John. If I were to pick a favourite it would be the poppies - I simply adore poppies

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  18. Morning John,
    Three lovely cards. It's good to look back at what you have done in the past.
    Lydia
    X

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  19. Beautiful cards John. Love the alcohol inks. Xx

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  20. Oh yes I remember these gorgeous coloured creations, good to see them again, Kate x

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  21. Lovely to see these. My favourite is the first.

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  22. Three lovely cards John but for me number one is beautiful. Love it

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  23. Three lovely cards today John. Thank you. I see the first one you originallly showed on my birthday. I think this would make a lovely birthday card,

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  24. Marie from Longridge23 December 2017 at 13:07

    Beautiful idea John to do a review of favourite cards. Makes me wish I had photographed some of my own. I think I may try that in the New Year although I am not a very good photographer.
    Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year.
    Marie P.

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  25. Eh up John
    Better late than never. Love your review posts. Always a good way to look back on special projects we've forgotten through the year.
    Yes, I do remember the flaming ink incident.....as does the Health and Safety rep at Hochanda lol!
    Ang x

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