In no particular order:
An awesome project creation that I made for my son's preschool auction. I bought it back, I was so happy and proud of it that I just couldn't let it go. It was also the perfect bookshelf to hold all the odd shaped kids books we have.
This has been my only craft to really go viral. It's been pinned thousands of times, ripped off and posted in more languages than I can recognize and also received the most scrutiny (apparently I am making squirrels obese with it). Either way, I love it, I get to see some of my local wildlife, squirrels realized quickly that their success rate in getting into the feeder was not high enough and I haven't had a squirrel in there in about 5 months. I've made a few as gifts for others that love watching/feeding the birds as much as I do. It's funny to think that my 15 minutes of crafting fame is a bird feeder made from cheap melamine plates I bought on clearance at Target.
I have been doing lots of free online tutorials to better myself in Photoshop. Even after 14 years experience using the program, there is still a lot more to learn about it.
This was definitely the year to improve our back yard. This stone patio was the major undertaking and I am still very pleased with it. Now if we could only figure out a really good way to get rid of mosquitoes and we would be all set.
This was created for SYTYC. It was the first piece I created that felt like fine art to me. I love how it turned out and I was able to play with a few new techniques (like dying wood).
This was my finale piece for the SYTYC competition. It is still hanging in my entry way and I love it just as much today as when I first completed it. It holds a serious sense of pride for me. I cannot believe that I built it in 4 days! I also am elated that it was the piece that got me first place in the competition.