It’s always fun to do a year in review post to see what you did over the past year. Most of the time I forget just what I accomplished in those first few months of the year. So, here is my 2014 in review.
To prepare for Valentine’s Day, I made a button heart.
I recovered my living room lampshades.
And, I made a Kissing booth pillow.
I made over a wood storage box in my craft room that I had wanted to tackle for some time.
I also made over a plain wood candlestick that I found at Goodwill.
I also made a pillow using this really cute bunny image.
I updated a plain black wood tool tote that I found at a yard sale and decided to keep for myself (instead of selling in my booth space at the time).
I put together a vignette for on top of my refrigerator that I was pretty happy with for Spring.
I also tried my hand at making a nature collage wood box.
I made a Hydrangea wreath in May.
I made a clearance tray into an Office sign.
I prettied up a plain address book.
I made a skirt for the new counter in our laundry room using drop cloth.
In getting my craft on for Halloween, I altered an Altoid tin and had a lot of fun doing it.
I also put together this teacup bird feeder with a teacup that was going to be donated back to Goodwill.
In October, I got shutters for my dining room, added wood embellishments and painted them.
Not much going on in November, although I did add some pretty paper book page wreaths I purchased on Etsy to my shutters.
And I did another altered Altoid tin with a Christmas theme.
Besides sharing some Christmas decorating, I had a custom order for this cute baby stocking.
Which brings us to the end of the year. I’ve got high hopes for accomplishing some fun projects in 2015 and I’m looking forward to sharing them with you.
Happy New Year!