First a thanks to all who continue to hang around my little corner of the blogosphere. When I started blogging almost four years ago, I had no idea what I was doing ( not sure that still isn't the case) or where it would lead. I've seen some of the blogs that started out when I did come and go; others take off into huge blogs; others remain, like me the tortoise and not the hare: slow(er) and steady. I think I'm just fine with that pace.
I've had some amazing opportunities to work with incredible brands and sponsors. Definitely want to continue that into the New Year. I've shared laughs and some tears with readers and definitely want to continue the laughs in the New Year but life being what it is, there will be some tears and those are easier to bear when shared. I've been honored beyond measure to have some of my work featured at blogs like homework, Someday Crafts, and curated sites like LooksiSquare.
It was fun to take a look back at some of the posts that resonated with my readers in 2013 and sharing some of them here. Again, thank you for being part of the chocolate fueled fun here at The Answer Is Chocolate. I hope you find a reason to continue in 2014! Happy New Year chocoholic friends.
Top Posts of 2013:
I love playing with coffee filters and in January made this "medium time" coffee filter wreath which resonated with readers:
Still one of my favorite projects ever, this one was popular with readers too: Eggshells Under Glass:
The most viewed project of 2013 was this silkscreened box and votive ( thank you Plaid and Blueprint Social):
Some jewelry projects were popular too like this copper and silver birds nest necklace and bracelet:
and another post that gave me an opportunity to work with Plaid, Martha Stewart, and The Blueprint Social:
Halloween crafting is one of my absolute favorites and you also liked these projects:
Glitter Finish Stars and Pumpkin using Martha's new decoupage finishes.
You also liked these painted appetizer plates made as a Hanukkah gift for a friend ( she liked them too!) and most recently, these little bleached bottlebrush trees were a hit.
Wishing you all a very Happy and safe New Year's Eve. Looking forward to more fun in 2014!!