The Year in Review
2013

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efore I dive into new projects for 2014, I wanted to offer up a reflection on the year that was.  It was a busy 2013 here at celebrate CREATIVITY and if you browse throughout this post, you’ll certainly see why.

If you missed any of the projects, recipes, photo tips, home decor projects and other good stuff that I shared last year, here’s a chance to catch up on everything.

All links to every single post and project from 2013 is highlighted with text title-links below.

To revisit any post, just click through this happy new year recap of 2013.

Enjoy and be inspired.

JANUARY-FEBRUARY-MARCH

January recap

Spring in Winter/How to Grow Paperwhites

Classic French Toast

How to Add a Stencil to a Ceiling

Year in Review-2012

Valetine’s Day Cookies

The Beauty of Grain Sack Fabric

Movie Night/A Few of My Favs (my movie reviews)

Movie Night/Delicious Caramel Corn Recipe

Movie Night/DVD/Game Storage Wall in Progress

Turn a Baby Quilt into a Toddler Quilt

The Heifer Head

Shamrock Ice Cream Sandwiches

DIY Beaded Denim Jacket

Spring Roundup/Around Town

How to Grow Sprouts

Doggie Treats (for human consumption only)

 

APRIL-MAY-JUNE

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Treasure Hunting for Photo Props

How to make Biscotti

Good Reads-Celebrating Everyday Life-May/June

Herb Garden Preps

How to Make Pesto

Sweet Cherry Blossoms

Good Reads-Delicious Spring/My cookbook reviews

Apple Crumble

The Local Nursery

Quick Fix/Deck Rail Flower Boxes

Beautiful Banana Bread

Grocery Bag Wrapping Paper

Farm Table Upcycle

Cherry/Peach Galette

For the Love of Roses

Gardening on Deck

Grand Granola

How to Make a Ruffled Pillow

JULY-AUGUST-SEPTEMBER

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Making Santos Dolls

Keeping Cool in Summer with Box Braids

Homemade Pizza Snack

Good Reads-Celebrating Everyday LIfe July/Aug

Home Office Makeover

Chalkboard Drink Tags

Butler’s Pantry Organization

Lemon Citrus Cookies

Pedestal Board Table Display

DVD Game Storage Wall Update

Good Reads Celebrating Everyday Life-September/October

I Love Aprons

Creatively Made Home

How to Make Your Own Vanilla Extract

 

OCTOBER-NOVEMBER

Recap year end

How to Make Decorative Wool Acorns

How to Make Velvet Pumpkins

Rice Krispie Treats

A Thing for String

DIY String Dispenser

How to Dry Pumpkin Stems (for crafting)

Good Reads-Celebrating Everyday Life-November/December

Leaf-Shaped Apple Pie

Time to Plant Paperwhites

 

DECEMBER

(25 Days of Christmas Holiday Series)

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Day 1-Santa Hat Brownies

Day 2-Reindeer Ornament

Day 3-Gingerbread Cookie-Topped Muffin

Day 4-Feathered Friends for the Holidays

Day 5-Birdseed Ornaments

Day 6-Giving the Gift of Granola

Day 7-Planning My Holiday Series

Day 8-Holiday Napkin Decor

Day 9-Polar Bear Cake Pops

Day 10-Sheet Music Embedded Candles

Day11-Holiday Banana Bread

Day 12-Holiday Homemade Vanilla Extract

Day13 Gingerbread Cookie Garland

Day 14-Gingerbread Goodie Box

Day 15-Glitter Letter Ornaments

Day 16-Handcrafted Cookie Mix Gift Sacks

Day 17-Checkerboard Sugar Cookies

Day 18-Soft Star Stuffed Ornaments

Day 19-Handcrafted Gift Tags

Day 20-Cup Cookies

Day 21-Button-Shaped Sugar Cookies

Day 22-Holiday Specialty Gift Wrap

Day 23-My Favorite Ornament

Day 24-Ten Things I Learned While Producing a Holiday Series

Day 25-Jumbo Snowflake Ornament 

 

  • Rosalie

    Lisa,
    This is a great post. I’m saving it for future reference.
    Your family must love all the beautiful surprises you create. Your projects are very doable with the instructions you include. I’m so happy that you regularly share your wonderful projects on your blog.
    Warm regards,
    Rosalie (Sparks Nevada)

  • [email protected] Designs

    I so love your gorgeous projects!…and looking forward to them in 2014…Happy New Year!

  • Thimbleanna

    Whew — you had a busy and beautiful year Lisa. Looking forward to your 2014 posts!

  • Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita

    Happy New Year! You’ve had a very creative year for sure, and definitely made the world a more beautiful place.

  • Lancia

    Lovely Lisa! I look foward to the coming year of posts from you. 🙂

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