When you have 198 projects to choose from, picking just 10 is a little tough. But the more I thought about it, the more these stood out. Some of them because they were so much fun to make and others because they turned out better than I expected or were just memorable in their own way.
Anyway, here they are! Just click on the title to see the full post.
The canning lid pumpkin is my all-time favorite project. I love the way it turned out and it was so easy to make. I’m looking forward to making another one this year!
The first project I ever did for this blog was the Back-To-School wreath. Every time I look at it, it makes me smile. I actually have it hanging on my door now!
I could eat Spiced Pear Jam by itself, out of the jar, everyday. It is definitely my favorite jam recipe and I can’t wait to make some this fall.
This little trick worked wonders on my disposal and apparently helped a lot of you too. Who would have thought that 2 little ingredients would freshen a disposal so fast?
This was the first scrub I ever made and it’s still my favorite. The lavender and mint together feels awesome and it smells amazing. I never get tired of it.
Ryan and I had a great time making over Sophie’s room this summer. It marked such huge milestones (becoming a big sister and starting kindergarten) and looks so much like her. I love how it turned out.
I had morning sickness so bad when I was making this sign that it took me a week to finish it. It was supposed to be for Valentine’s Day but I was so proud just to get it done that I haven’t taken it down yet!
Crock Pot. Easy. Delicious. Need I say more? 🙂
My neighbors loved this garland and I loved it because it only cost $10 to make. Amazing what you can do with some plastic tablecloths and a string of lights.
Isn’t it amazing what some scrapbooking letters and spray paint can create? This is another one of those easy, cute projects that I’ll definitely be doing again this year.