I can't believe that I posted my 200th post last week! I started blogging in January of 2012, and I am still loving it! (I'm also still trying to find a balance between computer time and family time--but I'll get it figured out.)
In celebration of my 200th post, I searched my archives to find my twelve favorite projects from the past. Anyone recognize these? To my readers who have been around since the beginning, thanks for sticking with me! I hope you recognize a few of these posts. To my new readers, I hope you find something that inspires you!
I've updated the pictures in many of these posts, so I hope you'll find new favorites to pin.
Here we go--in order of oldest to newest:
(I love watching my kids play restaurant! It's so fun when they all work together.)
This post is full of projects and instructions for a successful (kid tested) Princess Party.
I recently discovered that this is one of my most popular posts. It was published so long ago that I had no idea! I hope the list works for you!
This post was part of an art party series and links to several other party projects.
This game really helped my shy daughter make some friends on the first day of school. I loved hearing positive feedback from my readers as well!
I enjoyed making felt food so much that I couldn't pick just one felt post.
This image is linked to several posts, so just click on the project you want! (The title links to a roundup of felt projects from around the web.)
This post still makes me laugh. The day after I finished the shoes, my daughter decided to "share" the glitter with her friends at school. They picked off almost all of the glitter, and I had to do it again. Before sending her to school in the new pair, I had to explain--"Sharing is nice, but we don't have to destroy our clothing to do it!"
This has made such a difference. It's nice for the kids to have a place for their books.
I had so much feedback on this post. I love that the lightbox is helping you as much as it has helped me! Here's to better pictures!
This has to be one of my all-time favorite projects. I loved working with my oldest daughter to turn her faded Barbie scooter into this fantastically grown-up version.
I hope you found something you like! Thanks for visiting. I love to hear from my readers.
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