2012 was one very junky year indeed. It was a blast creating these projects, but you made them even more fun by enjoying, commenting on and sharing them. Thank-you so very much!And here they are. My top 10 2012 projects, plus some greatest hits that continued to be a hit this past year.
One hot summer day, I took my camera outside while doing my ‘boring yard work’. This post became my #1 hit.
#2. – pallet walkway revisited
Desperate for a new walkway, this brainstorm came one day and it was finished before the night was out. Fast, easy, and super productive!
This crate on a wall was nothing to write home about until I added a plate… and toilet paper. Then it went KABOOM. Isn’t the power of toilet paper amazing?
My lazy ways of not liking to hang up my clothes resulted in a popular reclaimed lumber wall complete with hooks galore.
What I thought was a failed magazine admission attempt was a hit on the blog. Who knew.
#6. – Route 66 cupboard
Adding a cool design to a prebuilt cabinet dramatically changed the whole thing. It became a highly copied little number.
Plants just go better with junk. Many others thought so too.
I wanted a coffee table with my style attached. I think this did it.
Gettin’ junky on the mantel was never so… junky.
This is what happens when you keep buying sheets that don’t fit your bed.
Older top contenders in 2012
A full home tour that could use a little updating!
Crazy ridiculously popular post. Glad to help!
One day I might even finish the full blown ebook… gah!! I’m on it! Still one of the highest ranking posts ever.
pallet sofa reveal
So glad so many loved this post! So did Cottages and Bungalows – yup, it was published! And also won a Canada wide recycling challenge!
The how to edition is right behind the reveal.
My little rockstar stairs will never die it appears. They’re going to make a main feature in a magazine this spring too!
My last year’s home tour is still alive and well.
Top 10 blog / website referrers in 2012
Thank-you everyone, for such an amazing year!