Monday, January 8, 2018

Most Popular Posts of 2017

It was hard to narrow it down, but here are my Top 20 (actually 21) posts of 2017.

I'm still wearing them and using them around the house.
Looking back, this was such a great thrift store score day! So much thrifty goodness!
This makes me want to decorate my mantel ASAP. I just took the Christmas decorations down and it really needs an update.
I miss thrifting!!
I've made this soup so many times since posting it.  It's a regular in our soup repertoire. 
I'm still loving hygge and always trying to achieve it.
These earrings were so fun to make, it's time to make some more!
I love how this table top turned out (say that 10 times quickly!).
This was such an awesome bargain!  I'm loving my new planner.
Take me back to spring days and blue skies!
I can never get enough Disney!
I should make these again soon.
Join us on our rainy college road trip to New England.
I can't wait for summer and to make this again!
Oh how I miss my hydrangeas in the winter!
I'm happy to say that this system is still working and going strong.
This was such a fun trip full of sightseeing and college visits! (and getting to see Hamilton!!)
This photo is making me hungry!
Who doesn't love a little Halloween diorama?
These coasters are still holding up well and I love how my fridge looks!
Our trip to WDW was definitely a highlight of the year and a special place to celebrate Miss High School's 18th birthday!
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8 comments:

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

A little trip down memory lane! I miss thrifting too! Oh and I have to make your Broccoli Soup next week! I made a huge pot of Minestrone again yesterday - I can't get enough!

Tamar SB said...

You were a blogger rockstar this past year!!

Creations By Cindy said...

Awe, I remember many of these great posts. I was going to go back and look at mine too for 2017 and kept forgetting about it. Well, I am just trying to get back into the swing of things with holidays, power outage due to weather and etc. But, I enjoy seeing what others post of top post. Thanks for sharing girl. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Anna of Mutton Style and Years said...

I'm book marking to read these over the next few weeks. Interesting collection. I like the sound of the soup.

Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan said...

Thank you for always nice information.
Current Japan time is midnight.
New Year's Day is a very important day for the Japanese people.
In Japanese, New Year is called "oshougatsu", and the very first day of the year is called "gantan".
People decorate their houses with special decorations.
"Kadomatsu", two groups of bamboo to place in front of the entrance; "shimenawa", a sacred straw rope to protect the door; and "kagamimochi, round, piled up mochi (rice cakes) to appreciate and eat as a token of wellbeing.
Families with young children often send New Year's Cards with a family photo or a picture of their children.
Ryoma.

Clairejustine oxox said...

Some great posts her Heather. I remember reading a lot of these. Love the marble table top post.

Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays :) Hope you can join us tomorrow.

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Hi Heather, yes I remember these posts too and loved them! Thanks for sharing at Cooking and Crafting with J&J.

Carla from The River said...

A great year of sharing Heather. Thank you for all you put into your blog posts. I have gotten many good recipes, great craft ideas and party ideas.
Carla

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