I hope you all have had a wonder-full Christmas! One of my favourite things is spending time with my family and carrying on all the traditions we have enjoyed for years. It has been a busy couple of days and I am glad to finally get to put my feet up and relax a bit.
As 2016 draws to a close, I wanted to shared with you the best of Red Cottage Chronicles 2016 posts. While new and old posts continue to be popular with Red Cottage Chronicles visitors, these posts were the most popular posts from 2016.
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Without further adieu, here is the best of Red Cottage Chronicles feature the most popular 2016 posts in no particular order!
Dining Alfresco was a favourite this past summer!
DIY Farmhouse Table was a project that I couldn’t wait to share with everyone.
Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream continues to be one of the most popular posts this year, and one of the most requested ice creams from my family!
Upcycle Challenge – Candle Sticks turned Cake Plates have been put to use for far more than just cakes and cupcakes! I can’t wait to get back to the Thrift Store Upcycle Challenge later in January!
Salted Caramel Puff Pastry was an easy recipe I created for Windsor Salt and turned out better than I could have imagined!
DIY Front Door Flower Basket is another popular post this year. I have tucked it away and will use it again this year to hang on my screen room door in the backyard.
DIY Tobacco Basket is one of my favourite projects! Until Christmas it has been front and centre on the mantel, but I have different plans for it in the New Year! You will have to follow along with the $100 room challenge to find out more! It starts January 4th. 2017!
Key Lime & Coconut Tart was an easy and yummy tart full of tropical flavour!
Forhoja Ikea Kitchen Cart Hack is the result of a weathered kitchen cart that I couldn’t bare to toss to the curb!
DIY Song Lyrics Sign – No Painting Skills Required was the perfect wedding gift for my nephew and his wife, and is so easy to make!
There you have it, the best of Red Cottage Chronicles in 2016.
While I really don’t want to rush things, I am excited to get 2017 going. I have lots of projects, recipes and ideas to share, and my January calendar is already jammed pack with fun ideas.
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Until next time….
Maureen, you had so many wonderful projects and recipes! I can’t wait to see what you do in 2017!
Amy | Stow and TellU says
You had some fabulous projects. Loved the candlestick cake plates and the dining alfresco post!! Here’s to many more DIYs in 2017!!