I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! I know we did! It was busy – but the good kind of busy – full of wonderful things! New Year’s day is in just a few days, but before we begin 2016, I wanted to look back on this year at Hymns & Verses! So today, I’m sharing my Top 10 DIY’s of 2015. These are your favorites based on my blog stats! If you missed any of these, I hope you’ll take time to visit the individual post!
EASY & INEXPENSIVE HARDWOOD FLOOR
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS BURLAP TABLECLOTH
KNOCK OFF ANTHROPOLOGIE CORN HUSK WREATH
DIY CHICKEN FEEDER PENDANT LIGHT
HANGING WINDOW BASKET CAT PERCH
I hope you’ve enjoyed this recap! I have a lot of new DIY’s planned for the coming New Year that I can’t wait to share with you! Coming up tomorrow – a New Year’s printable!
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Doreen I loved your plate rack but I truthfully did not have a place to put it but I do now!!!! I am so glad you put it on your blog as a highlight. I copied it and sent it to my husband. This will be perfect to take the place of our pot rack. Thank you and Happy New Year!
..Doreen, I love your posts, and I am SO liking the tablecloth, I must make that ! Its rustic and Elegant, all at the same time ! All of the ideas are lovely, but that tablecloth is one of my favorites. 🙂 I hope you and yours had a wonderful Christmas and may you be blessed in every way ,in the coming year .
Love love love your blog!!! I came across your DIY with the Mary and Martha tea towel- do you happen to have instructions somewhere about how you made the frame around it? What type/size wood did you use?
Thank you so much!!
I used the tutorial by Dear Lillie for the frame. Here’s the link: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2013/02/how-to-download-print-and-frame.html
Doreeen, So many wonderful projects, it’s hard to pick a favorite! I love the chicken feeder pendant light and the tablecloth, love them!
Thanks so much, Cristina! Ready for a new year of new projects!!!
Love all of your projects! The chicken feeder light really speaks to me – so much character and charm. I look forward to seeing your posts in 2016.
Happy New Year,
Thanks Suzanne! That chicken feeder light is awesome when it’s lit at night – the rust sends off a really pretty glow! Thanks for following along and Happy 2016!