I am not going to get stressed if things don't pan out, they are more suggestions to encourage me to be more organised next year.
(All book links to Amazon. It;s easier).
In no particular order:
Work my way through The creative Entrepreneur, Lisa Sonora Beam, at least one 2 page spread per month.
Experiment with the glass fusing materials, and microwave kiln, that I bought at a craft fair earlier this year (and took a workshop in).
Experiment with the resin bracelet making kit that I bought at a later craft fair.
Attempt at least one technique from Stitched Jewels, Marthe Le Van
Experiment with at least one technique from Design and Make Mixed Media Jewellery, Joanne Haywood
Experiment with at least one technique from Origami Jewellery, Nyako Brodek
Read the book thoroughly, and do a piece inspired by Exhibition 36, Susan Tuttle
Use techniques from A Charming Exchange, Kelly Snelling and Ruth Rae, to create a collection of charms
Use techniques from Fabric Beads, Kristal Wick, to create a collection of beads
Male at least one garment using my stash of patterns and fabrics, that fits and that I will actually wear
Gain enough confidence with my overlocker to make at least one wearable garment using stretch fabric, not necessarily for me
Experiment with at least one technique from Mixed Mania, Debbie Crane and Cheryl Prater
The idea with all of this is to encourage myself to use books, equipment and materials that I already have (though not precluding buying more stuff if ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY, enlarging the range of techniques I have in crafting, and giving next year some structure. I will not beat myself up if things do not get done off this list, or if my experiments fail. I will blog about all of them, however. (Unless the failures are just too embarassing for words!) And pictures will accompany blogging wherever possible.