It seems if you are a blogger, the proper thing to be doing right now is posting your top 10 to 20 blog posts from 2015. I’m not always known to do what I am ‘supposed’ to do but I did find it quite interesting and fun to pull up my analytics for the year and see which posts were the most viewed posts of 2015.
So, following the bloggy trend, I bring you my Top 10 Posts of 2015
A project from last summer this one is one of my favs. I removed the wood wall hanging from its spot to make way for the Christmas decor. But you better believe it will be making its way right back on the wall very shortly. And the ocean is definitely calling me these last few cold days we’ve had. Head over to the full post to see and read the details of this amazing, gorgeous piece of wood.
This bench. With the rusty hairpin legs. I loved this project and how it turned out! It was easy and fun, and those legs were saved from the landfill! You really must check it out 🙂
Duct Tape Pennant Banner made it into my top 10! This was the easiest project ever I do believe. Easy, but so fun and pretty!
My IKEA rast hack. The casters stole the show on this one! And the finished dresser has been doing duty in my work room giving me a bit of extra storage and table space too – it sits at the end of my ‘island’ that I created to work on and makes it just that much longer. I’ll have to show you sometime if I can ever get the workroom presentable 🙂
Adding plaid for fall decor came it in slot 6. I had fun with plaid this year and from the looks of things in the decor realm I think it’s going to hang on for awhile. Besides, plaid is really quite classic – the Scots have used the plaid for centuries.
I am beyond thrilled that my place card holders made from an old book made it into this list! The fact that it was posted December 26th and it made it to spot number 5 in my top 10 of 2015 means it was quite a hit and that makes me smile so much! I loved creating these and hope it inspires you to make a few of your own!
These Grain Sack Star Christmas ornaments made it to spot 4. These are simple to make and are so lovely – make sure you pin them to add to your craft list for next year!
Fall home tour – still love how those urns looked with the flowering plants and the pumpkins plopped on top!
Tips for Fall Decor pulled together some ideas I’ve used in the past and it was a pretty big hit – thanks so much to all of you who love the look I create!
Drum Roll! The number 1 post from 2015 is our Porch Remodel!
Thanks again so much to all of you who read my blog, leave such nice comments, and support me along my journey through owning a creative business! God bless you every one!
And God bless you and your family Jill. so happy to see you evolving as your life as blogger keeps getting better and better. At least it seems that way to me.
I’m still working on getting range of motion back in shoulder, been 4 weeks today since surgery. 2nd. week after had stomach flu and since late last week had nasty cold, first of many years. Guess immune system down a bit, lol.
So proud to have been supporter and fan of your blog for quite a while now. Still enjoy even more your blog. Have enjoyed having you for friend.
Keep up superb work gal. Happy New Year and new week
Jill Flory says
Thank you so much my friend! Hopeing you are feeling better today. It’s been COLD here the past few days. Wears me out. I spent a bit of time in my back porch yesterday digging out some vintage stuff to take to the store. It was cold hauling all that out and loading it up. Then today I had to unload it all at the store in the cold and then get it all priced and arranged. I was exhausted! Hoping to get to bed a bit earlier tonight than I have been.
What fun! It’s always fun to look back and remember and reminisce. Great projects! I’m planning to do the place card holders. Hopefully sooner, rather than later.
Jill Flory says
Make sure you blog about your place card holders! They are so fun – easy but they look so much more involved than they really were – your guests will think you slaved away for days 🙂
Such great posts! Just curious, what script font did you use in this post? Is it available for free download?
Jill Flory says
Hi Erin, that font is called Allura. Check dafont or another free font site – I think it was a free one! I’ve purchased a couple fonts but I don’t think that was one of them.