2020 has been a year we all will never forget. I am honored that my posts were able to bring joy to someone. Here is a look at the top 10 2020 posts: Simple Nature Decor
Top 10 Simple Nature Decor 2020 Posts
2020 started off like any year, excited for our goals and like many families we made exciting plans. Along came the pandemic and that changed everything. I am blessed that my family and I are healthy. 2020 has taught me different ways to stay creative and finding balance at home. Praying that 2021 will be a year of healing and people getting their lives back. I am truly honored that I was able to bring joy to many of my readers with these top 10 posts of 2020.
One of my latest posts for 2020 was a pretty popular with my readers. Using branches from the Christmas tree is a great way to decorate your tables and recycle at the same time. If you love the Scandinavian look this is perfect.
Its amazing what little scraps of fabric can make. I made a pretty ornament using cut up scraps of fabric and decoupaged them onto a plastic ornament. One of my most popular ornament craft this holiday season.
Some of my blog posts are about recycle DIY ideas. This post on recycle materials for wrapping paper is one of my favorite posts. Its amazing what you can find around the house to make a beautiful wrapped gift.
On one of my nature walk I found a fallen pine tree and took a few branches home and made this garland swag. The berries were from a holly tree I also found in the woods.
Making Chinoiserie crafts is probably one of my favorite projects. Here I created a chinoiserie Christmas ornaments that can be made with printables.
Nature is a big part of my blog and oyster shells are still one of the most popular elements I work with. I always wanted to make a Oyster Shell Christmas tree. I’m sure glad I did.
Painting pinecones was a big hit in my house this year! Especially with the grand kids.
When I was young I loved painting. This painted bird watercolor was an easy tutorial that anyone can do. Definitely doing more painting for 2021.
One of my most popular post for a recycle furniture project was painting upholstery. I really didn’t know how this was going to turn out. At the end it was a success. Its been extremely durable for my outdoor porch.
The most popular remodel post for 2020 was my laundry room. Most of my posts are nature insured but once in a while I’ll do a remodel. I entered the $100 room challenge this year. I was happy I did! This was my first attempt in tiling a back splash and painting the cabinets.
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