When the end of the year comes, I love to look back at all the projects to see what the Top 10 were according to Color Me Thrifty readers.
This past year 7 of the top 10 projects had something in common. I think you’ll be able to guess what that is pretty quick.
I hope you see some of your favorites.
When I saw some cute and colorful barrettes at the dollar store they immediately looked like they belonged in my garden.
I loved the practicality of my plastic drawers but I wanted them to be pretty too. It was pretty easy to transform them with just some scrapbook paper and some clear packing tape.
I always enjoy creating with unexpexted things, and some seams that I cut from some old and no longer wearable jeans were perfect for this flower project.
Before I throw anything away I always have to think about whether or not I can repurpose it in some way. Like the old leaky hose used in this wreath project.
Making these felt hyacinths was easy and fun, and I used something unusual for the stems.
The glass marble gems used in these garden art flowers really add some extra sparkle to the thrifted silver plate trays.
These luminaries are made from some plastic gatorade bottles that I rescued from our recycle bin, and more or those glass marble gems.
The look you can give these bookmarks is endless depending on the fabrics you use. The pretty embellishments at the top keep the bookmarks from sliding down inside the books.
These colorful mushrooms were created from inexpensive thrifted glassware and they really add some fun to the garden.
And the number one project of 2022?
I made this teapot wind chime from a slightly damaged teapot and some mini goblets. It really sounds lovely and was a super fun project.
So that’s it for 2022! Did you see some of your favorites?
Of the 10, 7 of these projects were flower-related in some way. I’ve always loved flowers, and they just seem to show up in one way or another.
I’m really looking forward to seeing what projects will bloom in 2023. I hope you are too!
To see the top posts from previous years click here.
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Thanks so much for reading and until next time,