I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! Ours was wonderful! We celebrated at home this year hosting both a Christmas Breakfast and Christmas Dinner. It made for a busy day, but I think it was the first time in forever that we didn't leave the house on Christmas Day!
Christmas was quite chilly here in the south. I loved see all the snowy Christmas photos on Instagram. That must have been a beautiful site.
I can't believe that another year has come and gone. Time flies so fast….make the most of it. I've got a lot of painting planned for our home in the new year. I plan to start with our son't bathroom. Why you ask…..because my hubby took in upon himself to go on and remove the wallpaper. LOL! We got a little wall repair and then I'm off. I plan to start after the kids go back to college on January 2nd.
This year I've decided to do my Top of 2017 a little differently. I am looking at the top posts visited on my site for the entire year no matter the year they were completed. This will be a fun look for me. Some of these early posts form 2012 have some pretty bad photography. I thin I'll use this opportunity to retake pictures for some of these posts.
Here it goes….
Top 10 of 2017!
#1 Year after year, the post continues to draw the most attention to my site. I would have never thought this would be the post! I love to knit, but struggle to find these time these days. I need to knit more. This is a very easy Knitted Infinity Scarf.
#2 I never even thought that this project would be so popular, but it is one of my favorites! Thrift store items make great projects. Just shop with an open mind and you can create this Farmhouse Candle Holder.
#3 I didn't plan on sharing anything Christmas in this post because I know you've seen enough of Christmas. Being #3, I just couldn't ignore. These Mod Podge Photo Ornaments would be perfect to make over the summer!
#4 This Hot Dog Chili recipe has been a family favorite for years…since I was a kid!
#5 I did this post in 2013, and they are still hanging today! No Sew Drop Cloth Curtains are so affordable and so easy!
#6 I painted these pots in 2014 and they are still in use exposed to the weather. They have held up beautifully! Painting Garden Pots
#7 Farmhouse Coffee Table makeover I only had to makeover the base. I left the top as is.
#8 I have never tried anything like this, but guys….an office chair is not hard to makeover! Office Chair Tutorial
#9 Last year's round-up over my thrift store makeovers including those of my team made the list! Over 60 Thrifty Home Decor makeovers
#10 This is one of may favorites and it works for the entire year! Chalkboard Wall Art
I hope at least one of these posts has inspired you for a new project in 2018! Happy New Year!!!
Be sure to check out Rhoda's post from Southern Hospitality. She has a yearly link party where you can see top posts and projects from around the web! Happy New Year!