I did this last year and it gave me an internal chuckle. And an external cringe. Good news is that my “worst” from 2014 aren’t NEARLY as bad as my worst from 2013, so that’s improvement I guess! These posts were the big fat stinkers from 2014. I suppose some of them had bad timing, but for whatever reason… 12 people saw these posts. And that’s not a lot.
In no particular order of unpopularity… here are the posts that no one read this year!
I love the colors and the whimsy of this project. I could see making another bigger one down the line and fill up an entire wall!
Chalk this up to one of those things that I’d seen everywhere but never realized how simple it was. And I added a few steps that do NOT need to be added… You need a sewing machine for this one, but that’s about it.
I found these blocks at the flea market for something like $8. Obviously I loved the vintage character but I was hoping to turn them into art somehow. One shadow box later and bibbity bobbity boop. Love.
I have a thing for frames. I think it comes from the $700 I’ve spent to have 4 things reframed in my life… custom framing is SO EXPENSIVE so when I see a gorgeous frame, I grab it. Low and behold… if you have enough empty frames and if you have enough unframed art… you get some matches!
This is so cool. And it can be made really easy for younger children or more complex for older kids. All you need is a cheap poster, some polycrylic and a board of sorts. Oh, and a jig saw. This is the one project where my crappy jig sawing skills was a real advantage.
I perused Pinterest before making this one and there are lots of ones similar. But it’s an easy way to whip up something special for the ol’ tooth fairy without going too crazy on the crafts. I pretty much used what I had on hand which ends up being felt, some trim, fabric paint and fabric glue.
I see these signs ALL the time at Goodwill and somehow changing the colors makes all the difference in the world. A quick evening project and a fun way to transform a dated boring ‘vintage inspired’ sign.
If you have kids (or like melting things) this is the craft for you. I had a handful of these flat rocks on hand, so heating them up and letting the kids after them with crayons killed a whole hour!
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