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750th Blog Post! + My 30 Favorite Blog Posts

Yay! My 750th blog post! 😀 To celebrate it, I’m sharing my 30 favorite blog post of 2017 with you.

Here you can see the top 30 most popular post of 2017 and my 10 favorite post from last year.

 

My 30+ Favorite DIY Crafts, Recipes & Refashions + Why

Blog post are in random order.

All-Natural Blue Banana Milk - Dairy-Free
All-Natural Blue Banana Milk – Dairy-Free

I finally found a drink that isn’t too acidic to be colored with ph-sensitive natural red cabbage food coloring. Yay! 😀 Continue reading 750th Blog Post! + My 30 Favorite Blog Posts

Blue Snowflake Cookies – Naturally Colored With Red Cabbage

Blue Snowflake Cookies - Naturally Colored With Red Cabbage

These blue snowflake cookies are naturally colored with red cabbage! Yes, you’ve read that right: they’re colored with red cabbage! 😀 Isn’t it such a beautiful baby blue? And don’t worry, they don’t taste of red cabbage! 😉 Continue reading Blue Snowflake Cookies – Naturally Colored With Red Cabbage

Edwardian Neckwear: Collars, Jabots & Fichus

Edwardian Neckwear - Collars And Jabots
Miami University Liberal Arts Club, 1905

Neckwear was an important accessory in the Edwardian era. Jabots, collars, ties and scarfs lend variety to the severe shirtwaist, add a splash of color to dark wool dresses and help to keep the dress clean. Collars were usually detachable in the Edwardian era, ‘since the collar soils so much sooner than the waist.’ (Los Angeles Herald, 1907)

Most store-bought neckwear was expensive in the Edwardian era, so it was recommended to make lace jabots and collars at home with lace and fabric scraps. Continue reading Edwardian Neckwear: Collars, Jabots & Fichus