Thursday, January 2, 2014

2013 in Review, part 2

Continuing from yesterday's first half of the year, here are my favourite cards and books from July-December. The months are linked to the original card posts here on my blog.

July
Books: Wife 22, Melanie Gideon; The Enchanted Life of Adam Hope, Rhonda Riley; The House Girl, Tara Conklin

Well, July is a little harder for me to pick a favourite card, turns out. These ones are linked underneath each card:






August
Books: Dead Ever After, Charlaine Harris (the very last Sookie...); Sisterland, Curtis Sittenfeld 



September
Books: The Last Word, Lisa Lutz 



October
Books: Let Me Go, Chelsea Cain; The Returned, Jason Mott
Another tough month for me to choose a favourite card!






November
Books: Down & Out in Bugtussle, Stephanie MacAfee 




December
Books: The Rosie Project, Graeme Simsion; Hyperbole and a Half, Allie Brosh
I've linked to the Hyperbole blog, because if you haven't read THAT, you're missing out. And in book form? JUST AS ADDICTIVE. I am in love with Simple Dog, and Allie herself.


Next will be a round up of my favourite Christmas cards from this year - and then some new stuff!
xoxo,
Jessi

8 comments:

Asha said...

Gorgeous mix of whimsical, pretty, classy and fun. Can't wait to see what else you have in store for us in 2014, Miss Jessi!
hugs, Asha - Sunny Summer Crafts

Barbara Godden said...

Another fabulous grouping. Your use of buttons is phenomenal.

Dana said...

Wonderful wonderful cards!!

Gabby said...

More terrific cards! I especially love your awesome Aug. card! Cool design and assortment of stamps. October's floral heart is lovely and the pink w/snowflakes card is so pretty. :)

Chris D. said...

Excellent recap of favorite cards! They're mine too! (well, really, ALL of your cards are my favorites!) :)

Lindsey said...

Love that you read The Rosie Project and Hyperbole in the same month, kinda perfect. ;)
More perfect card choices!

Melissa Craig said...

What a fun review. I love the rainbow buttons card.

butterfly said...

Lovely stuff... especially that button rainbow - brilliant!
Alison x