2018 was a fun year of blogging for us! We appreciate having you stop by to visit and we love when you let us know that we’ve shared something you’ve enjoyed and found inspiration from. I’m a little behind in getting this post out, but the first week of a new year is still a great time to look back at the previous year. Today, we’re sharing our top nine posts for 2018.
From your visits, comments, and shares these are the top nine posts that we shared last year. I was surprised by a couple of them and delighted to see some of my favorites in there, too.
Two fall crafts made the cut. The easy Fall Tic Tac Toe Game Board that I made using a thrift store find tray was a fun project to create.
The Golden Fall Blooms Wreath is one of my favorite wreaths from last year, so I was happy to see it make the top nine list.
Two Christmas posts also made the list. Inexpensive and Festive Ways to Wrap Presents was part of the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop.
The second Christmas post was a No Sew Felt and Ribbon Ornament that I created as part of the 2018 Ornament Exchange.
I always love seeing a thrift store find makeover be one that is enjoyed. The Patriotic Tiered Tray was made from fabric and thrift store frames and candle holders.
Dollar Store Crafts are always fun to make. These Chalk Painted Easter Egg Flower Vases were made for one of the monthly Pinterest Challenge Blog Hops which are always fun!
Two of my furniture makeovers also made the list. The Vintage Vanity that I got from my mother is one of my all time favorite furniture makeovers. The vanity stool was a thrift store find makeover that was also one of the top posts from the year.
I spent months giving my home office / craft room a makeover. That included a paint job for the large desk we have. All of the room makeover posts were hits, but this one made the top nine list.
Finally, one of the top posts from last year wasn’t a craft or diy project. It was my Free Things to Do in Charleston post. I created this post prior to the Haven Conference which was held in Charleston in July. I was delighted that some of the attendees found my post helpful when touring the city. To see it in the top nine was a surprise for me.Top Nine Posts of 2018 | Crafts & DIY Projects from Across the Blvd Click To Tweet
Top Nine Posts 2018
Thanks so much for visiting and sharing our projects! We appreciate each one of you. We’ve got lots of plans for the coming year and we hope you’ll come along for the journey!
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