One of my favorite things to do at the end of the year when it comes to my blog is find out what the top 10 most viewed posts are that were published that year!
Sometimes I can predict what they’ll be and other times, it’s a total surprise. But one thing I know is that I am so, so grateful to you, my readers. I truly enjoy blogging and knowing that it’s beneficial in some way to you, whether it’s through a tutorial or a new insight, it makes it even more worth it to me. So thank you for a wonderful year and I’m excited for 2019 and what’s to come!
I am a total list maker, so when I was preparing my hospital bag for baby #3, I decided to just type it up and turn it into a printable for you guys! It’s a pretty good list if you ask me and it may even have some items you haven’t though of, plus there’s room to add in anything extra you want to remember to take with you.
Rewind back to your elementary years when you made paper beads out of magazines or colored paper! I made these with my kids and they loved it, plus it’s a great use for all the scrapbook paper I have!
My husband and I celebrated our 10 year anniversary last May and I wanted to make him something special. When I found these shadow boxes with wooden hearts inside, an idea was born. This memories shadow box would make such a cute gift for an anniversary or wedding!
I didn’t post a ton of recipes on my blog in 2018 so I think it says something about how yummy this one is considering it made the top 10 list! This recipe of cinnamon roll bites makes just enough for two people (or a double serving for you).
These cute little snow globe ornaments are made using supplies from the Dollar Tree. They were quick and easy to put together and would make great gifts for neighbors, teachers, friends, coworkers, or even as ornaments for your own Christmas tree. Plus, they are made of plastic so they won’t break if shaken by your kids. *wink* Save this post for when you need to make inexpensive and unique gifts this next Christmas!
My husband and I welcomed a sweet baby girl (and third child) into our family at the beginning of last year so we knew that staying connected with each other was about to get a little trickier. This post shares a little bit about why date nights are important and how to implement them into your lives in a new way.
This is one of my favorite crafts I’ve done! If you have a personal cutting machine (like a Silhouette or Cricut), you’ll definitely want to check out how to make these cute blooming envelopes and cards. I have a ton of different patterns and colors of scrapbook paper which means I can make a card for pretty much any occasion.
Yep, I’ve got another dollar store craft on the list! I am all about finding great craft supplies from the dollar store and these jeweled vases took me about 5 minutes to make.
If you’re like me, you want to do activities with your kids to celebrate different seasons and holidays. This contact paper craft was seriously so easy! My kids loved making suncatchers to hang on our back door, windows and next to the baby’s crib. Keep an eye out for more fun contact paper kid crafts coming up this year!
I had so much fun putting this post together! I mean, it’s a Disney one so what’s not to love? *wink* I made 5 cute and simple printables of Disney quotes. The thing I liked about them is that they aren’t ones that are used or seen all the time. I created them to be printed out as a 4×6 photo or card. I’m thinking I might put together a follow up post with 5 more Disney printables. What do you think I should put on them?
Seriously, thank you so much for your support! I hope you found a post or two that you didn’t see during the year that caught your eye. Do you have a favorite post from this last year?
You can also check out the top 10 post from years past below: