I did not have a hope of narrowing down my favorite Papertrey Ink creation for 2010, so I had to close my eyes and haphazardly point to pick just one. The problem of picking one favorite is because most if not all cards I've made seem to have taken me a little ways further down my papercrafting journey for one reason or another. Be it that I tried a new technique (some with greater success than others), received a new stamp set that thrilled me or was greatly moved and inspired by a creation from another fabulous crafter or three and that is just for starters! I am certain that each card I made had some "little thing" behind it that endeared me to it specically or had me grow just a bit more than the card before. You just have to look at (or guffaw at) the first or second card I ever made, some years ago, to see how I have evolved into the papercrafter I am today. Having said that, I don't know if I have become a better/more complex crafter, but I sure have learned a ton and had a bucketful of chuckles along the way.
So my chosen Papertrey Ink card for 2010 is this Christmas card I made showcasing Papertrey Ink's Stocking Prints:
Edited to add: The fun brick wall was made from an embossing folder from Tim Holtz. It's called Bricked. (I wish I was that clever!). *wink*