a look back at 2012

I really can’t complain about any part of 2012. So many wonderful things happened. I turned 40, put some pink in my hair and went to NYC.  We started our first garden. Went to my third (and sadly) my final Artfest and had a wonderful time with so many of my artsy friends.  I went to Portland to see Michelle and Katy and to spend time with my sister and sweetest niece Ruby. Made some amazing new friendships, went to the ocean with my family,  QUIT my job (!!!), celebrated 7 years of blogging, did two big art fairs and lived to the fullest.

I have a really good feeling about 2013 and I can’t wait to see what unfolds.

Take a look at my most popular posts of 2012:

beaded crochet bracelet tutorial

DIY little owls

the Katie Poncho

Hand painted papers and book pages

hand painted rocks

Here’s wishing you a wonderful year ahead, full of dreams, hope, love and happiness!

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6 Responses to a look back at 2012

  1. spindelmaker says:

    Happy new year, Regina! And thanks for being part of my 2012. I just got your lovely painting in the mail, it´s SO beautiful. Thank you so much! I absolutely treasure it! And your ornament too 🙂 All the best to all of us for a creative 2013!

  2. spindelmaker says:

    Oh, and I forgot: Your blog is such an inspiration! Even though I´m not good at leaving comments, I follow you and your creative projects, and you are truly an inspiration to me! Thank you! I need that! 🙂

  3. Melbee says:

    Happy New Year to you and yours, lovely Regina xx I wish you much love, light, health and happiness in 2013.

  4. Mousy Brown says:

    Glad 2012 was so good to you – hope 2013 is even better! Happy New Year to you all, Em xx

  5. elsa says:

    Happy New Year Regina! 2012 was a very productive and creative year for you ~ here’s to more in 2013!

  6. Kate D says:

    look at you! what a full year you had! I can’t remember if I ever told you this but it was oh so inspiring to learn about your decision to quit your day job. you give hope to us all! 🙂

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