Saturday, December 28, 2013

13 Flashbacks of 2013

Have you ever wanted to go back in time to another moment of your life? 

I might consider it {my wedding day, all of college, the days when my boys were born}, but only if I could take the knowledge I've learned along the way.

However, I will say, there is one time of my life that I would never want to go back to...

                                                    middle school.

Once was enough!

So instead of remembering that, let's flashback to the best of 2013. These are our brightest projects of the year. We were making a few Miner adjustments all over the place!

{1} How to Make Hanging Bookshelves

A story full of suspense...find out what my dad almost did to his thumb.

I have better things to do than the laundry. You do too. Come find out how you can make that possible.

When mother nature doesn't cooperate, just go make cake...without the eggs and oil. Yum!

Need I say more?

Flashback 16.5 years and find out how my life began.

...but it isn't what you think...thank goodness!

You will always have a standing invitation to come have lemonade with us on our new front porch. 

I have these 2 friends...and these little ghosts reminded me of them.

I've never met a gallery wall I didn't like. Here are some tips to get you started. 5 minutes...with no sewing. It's easy enough for the kids to do it!

$5.00...that is all this lamp cost. Add a can of spray paint and this makeover is priceless!

I like projects that only take 5 minutes {see # 10}.

Wait! There are only 12 pictures.

That's because one special post gets its own highlight. To date it is my most viewed and pinned project....How to Make a Duvet Cover

A quick flashback of 2103. 

That was way better than revisiting middle school....wasn't it? {wink, wink}

I hope that 2014 brings you peace, happiness and prosperity! 

Cheers, everyone!

I am also hanging out here: 


  1. Great projects! I may have to use your duvet cover tutorial soon! I've been thinking about making one.

    -Erin @ DIY on the Cheap

    1. Thanks, Erin! I highly recommend making your own. It was so hard finding anything I liked at the store.

  2. Great year in review and love the stories you share!


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