The end of the year always brings “the best of” lists – what were the top [fill in the blank] for 2015? Well, I’m jumping on the bandwagon and sharing the top five (of course) Friday Five posts of 2015.
How did these posts become the top Friday Five posts of 2015? I based this on the number of you who read and commented on the posts.
Here we go… drum roll please!
I wrote this post after finishing the teachers’ lounge project, where I used an old door for a memo board/message center.
I love old doors – solid wood doors, glass inserts, old hardware… they make me happy. And you can use them so many ways. This post gives you five great ways to repurpose old doors.
I love shopping at thrift stores.
In this post, I share my top five tips for shopping at thrift stores.
Then you can find treasures like the tripod I turned into a lamp (one of my favorite projects, ever!).
Well, this is timely! If you have guests coming for the holidays, here are five DIY projects you can do to make your guest room comfy for your visitors!
When we moved into our 1929 home, we ended up with a smaller kitchen.
So, in this post, I shared five tips for organizing a kitchen, especially a smaller one.
And the #1 Friday Five post of 2015…
#1: What Home Means
I have to agree with you here: this was one of my all-time favorite posts. Five of my DIY/home blogging besties shared what “home” means to them.
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Have a great weekend, everyone!!