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My Favourites for 2015

Wow!  It's that time of the year again where I do a little pictorial round up of my favourite projects for 2015.  

This year was an exciting one with me joining The Stamp Review Crew Blog Hops as well as posting The Colour Tree inspirational posts every Sunday night. I'm looking forward to hosting TCT as a colour challenge site next year and the first one kicks off on Sunday, 10th January, 2016. Even more exciting news is that I am rejoining CASEing the Catty Sunday Night Blog Hops on that night as well.  Woo hoo!

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My Favourite Projects for 2015


 
January

 
February

 
March

 
April

 
May 

 
June


 
July
 
 
August 

 
September 


 
October 
 
 
November

 
December


Happy New Year! 


Comments

Patrice said…
Lovely line up, Bron. Lots of gorgeous creations for 2015. Happy new year!

xx
Cherie said…
Bronwyn, All of your project are so lovely! I'd be very hard pressed to pick out a favorite! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful talent with us!
CraftySue said…
Bronwyn, I can't pick a favourite, I thought the first one then I saw the second and on and on, each one just as beautiful. I wish I had half you talent and I would have my own blog. Have the most wonderful year yet and can't wait to see you 2016 projects.
You've made so many beautiful things this year Bronwyn! I hope 2016 is a wonderful one for you, with lots of time to get crafty :)
What wonderful projects you have shared with us all! I enjoy visiting your blog and seeing your creations! TFS!
Happy New Year!

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