We can hardly believe that 2020 is just upon us. BUT before we jump into the new year (and new decade), we thought it best to look back at our top 10 crafty posts of 2019!
Counting down from 10, here is a list of our most popular posts of the year.
We’re not the only ones looking out for personalized gift giving ideas. At number 10, this round up of 25+ personalized gifts for him using the Cricut Maker has loads of fun DIY projects to choose from!
These felt succulents were our first felt no-sew patterns that we created in 2019 for sale in our Etsy shop. These potted felt succulents not only make adorable interior decor, they don’t require a green thumb!
This past year, we undertook one of our biggest One Room Challenge renovations to date: Sonja’s main bathroom makeover. Many looked to her post for tips on installing Lifeproof vinyl plank flooring.
Have a love of reading? These super-cute and simple to make felt DIY bird bookmarks are the perfect craft for all types of bookworms.
Do you have a Cricut EasyPress or are considering buying one? This round up of 10 projects you didn’t know you could make with an EasyPress will inspire you to get creative this year.
Making paper flowers was a big craft trend for 2019 and this round up of 20+ giant paper flower tutorials give you plenty of floral options to choose from.
I guess we’re not the only ones that love crafting with driftwood. This list of 20+ crafts to make with driftwood made our top 5 popular posts for the year. You’ll be inspired to collect driftwood on your next beach vacation.
Who doesn’t love mason jar crafts? These DIY painted mason jar canisters are not only easy to make but a practical and stylish addition to any bathroom.
The rock painting trend continued well into 2019 with these colorful painted flower rocks making our top 10 list of most popular posts for the year.
And last but not least, this DIY apron is our most popular post of 2019! We are happy to see that there are more sewing lovers (like us) out there!
We can’t wait to see what 2020 holds and are already making plans for new fun crafts and nature-inspired project ideas. Let us know if there’s projects you’d like us to try in the comments section below.. Wishing you all a creative 2020.