I am always excited to look at my statistics and learn which posts were ten of my most popular blog posts! Which means they are your favorites and that makes them my favorite!
These posts embody the “fifth sparrow no more” idea. That idea is to find thrifty ways to make the furniture and décor pieces in your home the fifth sparrow no more. So these pieces won’t be discarded, worthless, seen as less then and certainly not put out on the curb! In other words we paint, repurpose, reuse and love on old things to create a new purpose for them.
Most Popular Blog Posts – No. Ten
This post is all about what you need to know to decorate the top of a china cabinet. The “B” Method gives you beautiful results every time!
MOST POPULAR BLOG POSTS – NO. Nine
In this post I share how to create a table riser from a thrifted cutting board, products from the Dixie Belle paint company, and candle cups for feet.
Most Popular Blog Posts – No. eight
This is a vintage ski redo for a winter wonderland decoration for my mantel. They are perfect for winter home decor.
Most Popular Blog Posts – No. six
A farmhouse says time worn, comfortable and lived in. Add in the aged and vintage feel of America in patriotic reds, blues and whites and vintage goodies repurposed into beautiful new things, well I think that is farmhouse greatness!
Most Popular Blog Posts – No. Two
Another project I got to do with my Daddy! This time it was to DIY a chandelier. Because budget!! And why purchase a ready made when you have things in thrift stores ready to be “fifth sparrow-d no more”!?
And Last But Not Least: The Number One Post In Ten Of My Most Popular Blog Posts
A Round Up of Ten Of My Most Popular Blog Posts
I hope you enjoyed this group of top ten, your favorite blog posts this year! I am so thankful for all of you who visit my small corner of the world wide web. I absolutely love bringing you projects and posts, stories and adventures and look forward to 2023 with joy.
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