I debated on whether or not to write a wrap up post. I am always lazy at the end of the year and going through my posts and writing this bad boy up takes forevs! So I asked you on Facebook, and while some of you said will glaze over it, most of you were really interested in it. So for you glazers I will say hello and Happy New Year now since this will be all you read. Here goes the best of IC 2012.
So by far the most viewed post 0f 2012 was my printable blog planner. If you are a creative blogger and don’t have a system yet I recommend printing out my free pages and giving it a whirl. It has helped me immensely!
This was one of my favorite projects of 2012 even though my pageviews on it didn’t agree. I just thought it was fun and a great conversation piece. I smile every time I turn it on.
If you read my blog consistently you know I have a love affair with stencils and painting fabric. My stenciled painted upholstered headboard really made my guest room room, especially against the wall of molding behind it.
Who knew you’d love this project so much? I got this end table from my grandparents. Being the old sentimental fool I am, while I had no place for it my home, I had to think of another use. Instant mini shelf for my guest room.
This project sure has given me a lot of mileage. It is actually a 2011 project and it still continues to bring me crazy amounts traffic! It scares the crap out of people when they open the cabinet door (but I love it!) since I haven’t added felt strips but I still love the organization of it and how my measuring cups are all in one place. Since I instituted this system I haven’t lost one measuring cup or spoon. I would say that is success and deserves a second in the spotlight.
Inspired by an Ana White plan, I create a vertical rendition of this for the space to the right of my washer and dryer. It is definitely a space saver and a nice way to fold up the laundry and transport it to the bedroom it belongs.
I have created a truckload of wreaths this year but your favorite, according to my analytics, is my birdseed wreath. This would be a fun project to make with your kiddos on winter break and it is so incredibly simple.
Apparently new uses for paint sticks are in since two of my top posts involved paint sticks. This was more out of necessity than anything. I have a lot of jewelry and plenty of wasted space in my bathroom closet so I solved both of the dilemmas with this project.
I love how these painted striped curtains made a huge impact in my family room. You will be seeing more of my family room this week. I am completely changing my color palette and I love the new gray, aqua and yellow color scheme.
Apparently making flowers is not going out of style anytime soon because I constantly get traffic on both of these posts. I apparently have amazing SEO (search engine optimization) on this bad boy and apparently a lot of people like felt flowers because it is my #2 ranked Google search (only because “What does Infarrantly Mean?” is number one…haha! If you have that question to, click here to figure out the mystery).
So there you have it. I hope you have enjoyed reading IC in 2012 and will join me in 2013. The best is yet to come. Happy New Year!