Most Popular Projects of 2019

Most Popular Projects of 2019

2019 was a great year with lots of variety when it came to projects and posts.

I do like to dabble in many different kinds of repurposing, depending on what treasures I find at the thrift stores.

But before getting into a creative new year it’s always fun to look at the top projects from the previous year.

 

12 Most Popular DIY Repurposed Projects of 2019

 

So here’s a look back at the 12 most popular projects and posts from 2019.

 

How to make a diy button wreath with white garland back

DIY Button Wreath

 

10 Fabulous Repurposed Craft Room Storage Projects

10 Repurposed Craft Room Storage Projects

 

 

DIY repurposed jello mold flowers with candle snuffler stems

DIY Jello Mold Flower Bouquet

 

  Repurposed scarf no sew window curtains

DIY Repurposed Scarves into Curtains

 

Repurposed whisks made into diy garden tulips

Repurposed Whisk Tulips

 

  Blue Yellow and Pink Garden Art Repurposed Trowel Flowers

Repurposed Garden Trowel Lupin Flowers

 

  painted colorful striped floor after white dry brushing technique

DIY Plywood Floor Makeover

 

  Repurposed vintage wicker trivet wreath

Repurposed Straw Trivet Wreath

 

  diy quilt block pumpkin in traditional fall colors

Decoupaged Quilt Block Pumpkin

decoupaged dresser with fabric quilt squares

Decoupaged Quilt Block Dresser Makeover

 

adding jute twine to pencil crayon tree ornaments for hanging on the tree

Repurposed Pencil Crayon Christmas Tree Ornaments

 

  Fun & Funky DIY repurposed Christmas tree from folding metal steamer parts

Fun & Funky DIY Repurposed Christmas Tree

 

 

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12 Most Popular DIY Repurposed Projects of 2019

I hope you found some inspiration here!

I’m so looking forward to 2020.

A whole new decade with loads of creative possibilities. 

Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…

keep on keepin’ on!

XOX

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4 Comments

  1. What a wonderful walk down memory lane……on a striped floor! In looking that one over again, I realized that you have the patience of Job!!! Loved these and can’t wait for the 2020 projects!

    1. Thank you so much Dona! The floor definitely took some patience, but it was worth it for sure. 🙂

  2. Sarah Reece says:

    I love your ideas.