Beccy's Place has a post where Beccy has picked her favourite card for each month of 2020. As I am currently bored out of my mind (we go back home tomorrow so I'll be back to my usual routine and my crafting things). I'd like to go for a walk but my son and daughter are up on a hill and even their place isn't flat so with my knee issues that is definitely out. So, here goes:
January - Of the Marianne Designs cards I have created in 2020, I think this the only one that uses an MD image as well as MD dies. I like that what I planned for this one actually worked in reality.
February - This month is a card created for The Butterfly Challenge:
March - This month I have chosen one of the cards for our NZ Card Makers Swap Group.
April - This month belongs to Gecko Galz as they started a daily challenge during lockdown. This was such a mental saving grace for me. There were so many cards that I was pleased with this month but I chose one that I had a lot of fun (and mess) with inking the gears.
May - I was really happy with how this card turned out using a free Mandala image from Mia (Craftartista). I had a heap of fun creating this background.
June - The image is from The Paper Shelter. I really liked how this turned out - and how many butterflies that I managed to include
July - This one using an image from Bugaboo Stamps doesn't have any fancy folds or techniques. I was really pleased with how this all came together.
August - Being a kitty lover, I had to include at least one kitty themed card. This one uses an image from Ike's Art:
September - This month is one from Limited Runs. I had fun creating this one and was really pleased with how it turned out:
October - I chose another masculine card this month using an image from Fred She Said. This is the first time that I have embossed metallic card and I was pleased with the end result.
November - of course this month had to belong to Beccy's Place as a reasonable number of the posts were for Month of Holiday Cards. I had a hard time trying to decide between about three cards but I eventually settled on one that was a card fold that I hadn't tried before, was tricky to execute but I succeeded. The sense of accomplishment with this one merits it's inclusion:
December - Of course this month I had to include a card with a picture of the elf! The image is a die from Memory Box which I die-cut then used as a mask.
I have linked each month name to the original post for the card of that month.