If you want to make a song more hummy, add a few tiddely poms.
~ Winnie the Pooh
Yep, that's my motto for 2011 – tiddley poms to make my song more hummy. I know, kind of goofy, but I think a more goofy year would be delightful. You just can't argue with Pooh Bear.
Thank you all for being part of my silliness this past year. You guys got me through that cross-Central-Texas move and all the craziness that ensued. Here's a virtual hug to all of you who left kind comments and just took time to visit me. You have no idea how much you meant to me when were swimming in boxes and finding our way in a strange (yes, Waco is strange) town.
Today's post is part two, the sequel, to our year in review – some of my favorite projects of 2010. Starting where we left off . . . If you click on any of the pictures, it will take you to the original post for all the details.
August 2010 – Me Don't Swim Too Tough. We just became pool owners and didn't know how to take care of it. This card was for our neighbors who kept us afloat (sorry, bad pun).
September 2010 – Hay There. I thought I was so clever adding raffia for hay to this adorable Penny Black stamp.
October 2010 – Apparently Creatures Were Stirring. I put a spring under the puppy so this is a very happy, dancing card.
November 2010 – Kindness Feeds the Heart. Okay, I'm starting to see a pattern here. All my favs seem to be either Penny Black or Eat Cake Graphics images. Oh well, who came blame me. I love this stamp.
December 2010 – Parson Brown. This stamp really challenged me. It was fun to go outside my comfort zone and try something different. And, even more fun when I was actually pleased with the results.
I hope you've enjoyed Catered Crop 2010 revisited. It's always an adventure for me to do this because I get to see how my craft has evolved (or not) over the year. I don't really make New Year resolutions, but I do set goals all the time. Sometimes my goals are just to behave! But this year, I definitely hope to make Catered Crop less about me and more about you. I'm looking forward to seeing all your creations in the Catered Crop Recipe Challenge. I have all kinds of craziness planned for 2011. So hang on, we're just getting warm.
Here's hoping your song in 2011 is a very sweet and silly, hummy song.