It is bittersweet for me to say this will be my final post on the Heart2Heart Design Team. I have served 3 terms from July 2014 - December 2015! During my time I have felt so much inspiration, tried out new techniques and stretched my crafting repertoire. With the craziness of December and finishing up my first two Master's courses, I am a little late with this post. This holiday season is a tough one for me, but I feel so fortunate to be able to be around supportive family and friends. For my Christmas cards this year, I really focused on the theme of my heart and created all of my cards with the same design this year. 
Supplies are Close To My Heart unless otherwise indicated:
Paper - Kraft, Pear, Black, Watercolour; 
Ink - Lagoon, Pomegranate, Glacier, Sweet Leaf, New England Ivy, Whisper, White Daisy;
Stamps - City Scene Christmas Sentiments (Papertrey Ink); Die - City Scene Die Collection (Papertrey Ink).

To celebrate my time at Heart2Heart I thought I would take a look back at some of my favourite projects while I was on the team. Here are a few of my highlights:
CTMH Pride
My first challenge on the Design Team!
July 2014
Some Like It Hot
July 2014
Scrapbook Your Favourite Colour Combo
September 2014
Favourite Technique
September 2014 
Anything Goes
April 2015
A big thank you to Haley and the rest of the Heart2Heart design team for a great experience!

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  1. Thanks for being such a wonderful member of our team, we hope you will still play along! All the best for your crafty creations in 2016.

  2. I love your Christmas card Allie - we got ours in the mail today!! I've enjoyed all your H2H posts - and now you're an alumni, like me!

  3. Great work Allie on this endeavor! You always have such beautiful art....i know it doesn't stop here :)

  4. What a great reflective activity! These are beautiful, as always, and really showcase the way you put your heart and soul into your craft.


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