Can you even believe it? Twenty-twelve already. Wasn't it just recently that we were all concerned about Y2K and the change of a millennium? Now, here we are, already twelve years later.
A new year brings with it a new look here at faithandscraphappiness. Not sure how I feel about the new Blogger interface. I haven't found it intuitive, and spent a good deal of time on it yesterday removing the old look and updating with this one. I was going for simple with just a touch of vintage. I found it quite difficult, actually to find something suitable. The free templates I came across, are rather bold in colour, and fairly busy as far as design goes. This one will do for now, but I may have to start thinking about a custom designs. What do you think of the look? Do you find the post font difficult to read? I readily welcome any feedback you may have.
Yesterday, I revealed my top layout picks of the year for you. Today I have my fave card picks to share with you. Here they are in no particular order.
How about you? Have you chosen your top scrappy projects of the year? I'd love to see them if so, please link me up.
On a scrappy note, Challenge #12 has been posted over at Scrapping Everyday Miracles
. I think Kline chose a great topic to scrap on. Hopefully you'll find the time to come by and play along with us this month, as usual we've got a wonderful sponsor offering up some scrappy goodies for one winner.
Well, Happy New Year friends. Here's hoping 2012 brings with it many opportunities to laugh, to love, and to be reminded of all of God's rich blessings in our lives.
lovely cards...you have had a great scrappy year...hope 2012 is fabulous!
a lot of beautiful cards !!!
Meilleurs voeux à toi et à toute ta famille !!!
I adore the new blog look! Love the wood grain background:)
PLEASE tell me one of your scrappy resolutions is to keep submitting...I know these cards will get picked up, you make such lovely cards!
I always love your creations Sherri and your cards are no exception! You rock girl! It is always a challenge and a bit of a learning curve in changing it up. I too like the wood grain look.
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