As the year comes to a close it’s fun to look back for a moment and see all of the projects that I’ve done in 2015! I checked out my Google analytics and compiled my Top 15 Posts of 2015… my only rule was that it had to be one of MY projects (not a round up or giveaway or anything like that) and it had to be published in 2015. So, without further ado, here are my top 15 posts…(click on link or image to take you to original post).
FIFTEEN: DIY Snowball Garland— I loved my wintery mantel last year with this fun snowball garland and am trying to figure out what I’m going to do this year for winter!
FOURTEEN: Pumpkin Crunch— still a family favorite around here and it isn’t ever quite fall until I make it. A delicious twist on the traditional pumpkin pie!
THIRTEEN: DIY Painted Monogram Bulletin Board— Yes, I’m STILL working on getting my daughter’s room makeover completely done but at least she has a fun coordinating bulletin board, right? 🙂 This was an easy project that has been totally functional and cute in her room!
TWELVE: Thankful Tree Printable— this is definitely going to be a yearly tradition for us. And so easy to print out the leaves and have everyone write what they are thankful for. It’s always fun to see what they say!
ELEVEN: Meltaway Cookies— do you like deliciousness that melts in your mouth? A bonus is that they only require like 7 ingredients that I’m guessing you always have around the house (and no eggs!). You gotta at least try these. We LOVE them!
TEN: Finishing A Basement— Getting our basement finished this year was a HUGE project and I am so glad it’s done! I’m still decorating (and this reminds me I need to do an updated post on this!) but I did learn a LOT of things along the way. I share them all in this post!
NINE: How To Easily Dice A Tomato— My tip on quickly and easily dicing tomatoes to remove the seeds. I learned it from a professional chef and wanted to share!
EIGHT: “Thank You for Blowing My Mind” Teacher Appreciation Gift Idea— Just a quick little tag I created to add some gum balls and a gift card to to show your teachers how much you appreciate all of their hard work!
SEVEN: Oreo Heaven Dessert— I think the name says it all. Even people who don’t love Oreos (wha?) love this stuff. Light and fluffy and delicious. Give it a try!!
SIX: Pink and Grey Baby Shower— it was so fun to help with the decorations for a friend’s baby shower this year and I came up with some inexpensive and cute DIY projects to help! Tissue paper and mason jars stole the show.
FIVE: Valentine’s Day Printables “I love you DEERLY”— Cute little printables to pop in a frame for decor or print off as a card to give!
FOUR: Road Trip Games for Teens and Tweens— We had quite a few road trips this year and surviving them was of utmost importance (ha!). I came up with some ideas that you can just print out and take along with you for when you need them!
THREE: Free Printable Calendar for 2016— I love that this was recently published yet made the #3 spot! This is my third year of making this printable calendar and I use it as much as anyone! It organizes all of my blog related stuff and sits by my computer all year. Go download one for yourself and keep everything on track this year!
TWO: Mason Jar Tissue Holder— One of my favorite projects/ideas of the year and I’m glad it was for my readers as well! An easy project that is totally customizable to your decor… why have a boring box of tissues when you can have this??
And NUMBER ONE: Funny Printable Valentine’s Day Cards— I love that this is number one because it gives me hope that there are more couples out there like us… who like to laugh more than gush about our undying love. Haha! My favorite is “If you knew how much I love you you’d call the cops.” Download and print these free Valentine’s Day cards out and make your spouse giggle!
Happy New Year, friends!!