10. Office Chair Makeover
Our dumpster chair got a makeover and looks so chic and is comfortable. This project turned out so beautiful but gets the number 10 spot since the paint never did adhere very well to the plastic. I learned though and I'll be smarter next time.
9. Bouncy Chair Re-Cover
8. Quilled Monograms
I did three of these this year and I loved them all. If frames weren't expensive and heavy to mail I'd do giveaway after giveaway so I had a reason to keep making them.
7. Craft Shelf
Ana White makes us all feel like furniture building pro's, thanks to her plans my husband and I built this shelf to organize all of my craft supplies, 8 months later I'm even more thrilled with it.
6. Quiet Book
I finished this book so long ago and when Catie was little that I almost forgot to pull it out now that she can finally do a few of the activities. So far she loves to pull the apples off the tree and that's about it. I've made this a Sunday church activity only so we don't play with it during the week but if I forget to put it away Catie will find it and carry it over to me so we can play with the apples. It makes me feel like all that time was worth it.
5. Door to Headboard
This super simple project had problem after problem but the end result was beautiful.
4. Stroller Re-Cover
I felt like this project was my finest work until this point. I was really proud of the sewing and the quality of my work and the before and after is still surprising to me.
3. Art Bucket Tutorial
So many project I do are just ideas I found from another blog but I felt like this idea was fairly original and turned out just how I'd imagined it in my head.
These chairs speak for themselves, the stencil added just the right touch.
Every time I get in the car I see this and I'm still so pleased with it. I think the fabric choice was a great one and like the stroller the sewing was quality and it ended up looking very professional.