My Blog in 2020



I am amazed that I've had at least one blog post each day for the past two years (it was a goal of mine in 2018 and I succeeded; then went on to do it again in 2019). We'll see what happens this year. Maybe. Maybe not.

KEEPING MY BLOG ORGANIZED:

MONDAY – Sunday Summit 

TUESDAY – My 50-Week Travel the World Series

WEDNESDAY – 

THURSDAY – The Project Bin

FRIDAY –

SATURDAY – Victorine Originals

SUNDAY


MONTHLY FEATURES

The 3rd - One Plus Twelve (for another year)

The 7th - Crafters of Faith

The 9th - Three Musketeers

The 12th - Hot Mess Success

The 15th - Dueling Darlings

The 28th - Challenge Your Stash

The 3rd Wednesday - Ready Set Go


I chose to leave the Eyelet Outlet design team at the end of 2019, but I still LOVE their products so I plan to have a Focus on Eyelet Outlet post once or twice each month.


Some new series here on my blog in 2020:

There's No Series Like a Gnome Series - I've fallen in love with gnomes and have quite a collection of Gnome stamps, many which have yet to see ink. So each month I plan to make a card with a gnome on it.

Could Ya? Should Ya? Would Ya? Yea! Series - In this monthly series, I plan to try something out of the norm... i.e. a size of card I rarely use, a technique I've wanted to try (or try again), an unusual fold, a card for a bizarre holiday, etc. I also plan to try a new recipe on these days - not a card recipe, a kitchen recipe. 

A Stamp for All Seasons Series - In this seasonal series I plan to make a card using the same stamp on the first day of each of the four seasons.

Brutus Monroe and Technique Tuesday Greenhouse Society Series - I don't want to hoard the stamps I receive in these two stamp clubs so I'm committing to make/share a card with these each month in 2020, as long as I continue with the clubs.

Sunday Summit Series - In this weekly series, my blog is going to feature Bible Journaling and such things on Sundays (unless a specific group's date falls on a Sunday). 


updated 1/1/2020

1 comment:

  1. Your cards are beautiful. I love how you layer and add just enough embellishments to make ach one special.

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