Favorite Projects from 2020 – Top 10
One thing I love about the end of each year is looking back at the Top 10 posts and projects according to you, the Color Me Thrifty readers.
And even though I’ve never been so happy to see a year done, I still wanted to look back and see what it was that readers enjoyed most.
So, I went into my google analytics to check which projects received the most visit love in 2020, and this year your favorite projects were a mix of indoor and outdoor projects.
But many of them had something in common.
Yes, it’s pretty clear from the top 10 projects that you love flowers as much as I do.
And because of that I see many more flower projects, created using repurposed items, coming next year.
That makes me so happy!
I hope you enjoy these projects, and if you have any suggestions on what you’d like to see in 2021 please let me know.
I’m always up for trying something new.
This fun and colorful yoyo flower wreath was a lot of fun to make, and was super easy to put together.
And I got to use a lot of yoyos that I had in my stash.
It’s so easy to take a beat up wicker laundry hamper and turn it into something cool, like a repurposed planter
This hamper got an aqua makeover before it became the home for some lovely red petunias.
There are so many things that can be made into wind chimes, and a folding metal steamer is perfect because it already has holes for hanging. No drill required.
I don’t know about you but I can always use more storage, and this canister makeover is an easy way to give something old and a little beaten up a whole new life.
Storage doesn’t have to be just practical, it can be fun and colorful too. The easy floral embellishments added to this makeover are the perfect finishing touch.
Making diy wind chimes has always been one of my favorite things to do, and they can be made out of so many repurposed things.
I’ve seen so many pretty chafing dish lids that are almost like pieces of art. Like the floral-themed lid that I used for this project.
This diy pencil holder is a fun storage solution and it’s a pretty easy project.
Storage doesn’t have to be boring, and using vintage kitchen things for projects like this is something I love to do.
I’m always looking for fun ways to create quick and easy tree ornaments, and when I saw some very festive straws at the dollar store an idea immediately came to mind.
These are also very inexpensive, which is always a good thing
I found a couple of bags of plastic balls used to create these flowers at a thrift store for a dollar a bag. Colorful things like that always catch my eye.
And it was a lot of fun repurposing them into these flowers.
Two or my favorite things are creating flowers and repurposing bakeware, and this project combined those two things perfectly to create these funky flowers.
And this is the number one project for 2020!
It’s not flower-related, but it’s fun and colorful just like a field of mixed wildflowers.
I found an old beat up magazine table at the ReStore a few years ago, and it really needed some serious makeover love.
Decoupage to the rescue!
It is really such an easy way to give many, many things totally new looks.
And that’s it! The Top 10 Posts from 2020 according to Color Me Thrifty readers!
Did you see some of your favorites?
Seven of the ten projects had something to do with flowers, and I love that, but are there other kinds of projects you’d like me to try in 2021?
Let me know, and I just might give it a go.
Don’t forget to pin!
Thanks so much for reading and until next time,