I’ve seen lists of the most popular posts of 2017 on other websites. I thought that’s a fun idea, so here are my top 30 most popular post with the most pageviews that I wrote in 2017.
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Yay! DIY natural blue food coloring was one of my favorite projects of 2017! 😀 I still make it often to dye food: cake, milkshake, pasta & icing.
I still like this cute and simple Easter craft that was inspired by a picture on pinterest.
I’ll soon post another men’s shirt to cute summer top refashion.
Like the 2016 Advent Calendar, the 2017 Advent Calendar is again in the top 5 most viewed posts.
Would you like an Easter Countdown with spring and Easter crafts and recipes again this year on my blog?
I’m happy that this is so popular because it was one of my favorite posts! 😀
I enjoyed making the lace lavender sachets, trying out new lace making techniques and using up muslin and lace scraps while there was a thunderstorm outside. I love thunderstorms! 😉
I made the DIY rain skirt some years ago and I still like how practical it is.
I never thought that this would be so popular!
I love the colorful homemade natural Easter egg dyes. Last year we had Easter eggs in Meereen colors: yellow & blue – dyed with dandelion and red cabbage.
The Edwardian picnic photoshoot was so much fun & my dog enjoyed the watermelon – she loves watermelon! 😀
Red cabbage dye tutorial & red cabbage dye samples are always popular on my blog.
A stressful but fun project!
I found grandma’s bras & garter belts while clearing out her house. You can find my favorite vintage finds from her house on my instagram account.
The pom pom straw clutch is one of my favorite projects of 2017. In the picture I’m also wearing my DIY pom pom leather sandals that I made from scratch!
The homemade vanilla extract is so delicious and it’s so easy to make!
It took more than a year but the solar box cooker is finally finished! The solar box cooker is eco-friendly: it’s filled with hay that I cut with a scythe and I used homemade wheatpaste as glue.
I don’t like how the chemise turned out: the neck is too high, the chemise is too short & it’s not enough lace. Here are picture of me wearing the chemise.
I love oil lamps – and they’re so easy to make at home with old cooking oil, cotton string & some wire.
The T-shirt skirt is so comfortable to wear – I’m wearing the skirt while I’m writing this post. 😉
Another of my favorite posts. I missed whipped cream (I can’t eat dairy) and I’m happy that I found some recipes for dairy-free whipped cream substitutes!
What were your favorite posts in 2017? Are they in the top 30? Let me know in the comments below. 😀
39 thoughts on “Top 30 Most Popular Posts Of 2017”
Very fun! Still love your cute summertime clutch! Visiting from Inspire Me Tuesday party.
Thanks, Victoria! The clutch is one of my favorite projects too!
The Easter bunny garland is adorable!
Thank you! 🙂
So much fun here! I love all the vintage and upcycling idea as well as natural dyes. Will have to try out some of these cool crafts.
Thank you! 🙂
A great look back at 2017! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
Thanks for stopping by, Jann!
Wow this is just an amazing collection of great ideas! You’ve had a great year!
I think my favorites are the bunny garland and the lavender sachets! Thanks for sharing at The Blogger’s Pit Stop! Roseann from This Autoimmunelife
Thanks for letting me know!
I loved this look back at your year – I missed a couple of these when they posted (off to go read now). Thanks for sharing with Party in Your PJs!
So many gorgeous projects here, I love the straw clutch! It’s beautiful. Thanks for sharing with #fortheloveofBLOG
I missed a lot of these too, but I see some favorites. Loved your clutch made out of a placemat, and I find the ones on natural dyes amazing. Loved the one on pom pom making too.
Thanks, Florence! 🙂
So much knowledge in your posts, but I especially love the homemade vanilla extract recipe. So nice to know.
Thanks, Leanna! Homemade vanilla extract is so delicious!
There is so much pretty here it’s hard to pick a favourite! I love the Edwardian Lace Lavender Sachets. SO pretty!
Great round up of posts! I love all of your refashions…you are so creative and talented! I wish I knew how to refashion pieces of clothing. But alas I am too impatient to learn, so I will just admire your work!
Thanks so much for linking up with me On the Edge!
Thank you so much, Shelbee! 😀
I need to read the home made vanilla extract #KCACOLS
Thanks for stopping by!
Too many great posts here not to feature. I will feature this Thursday at HSH!
Thanks for featuring me, Sherry! 😀
the crochet bunnies look so cute – definitely trying these! thanks again for linking up at #KCACOLS 🙂 Join us again this weekend!
Thanks, Emma! 🙂
What a great round of posts. It’s great looking back isn’t it. #KCACOLS
Thanks for stopping by, Beth!
I love the idea of making homemade natural dyes. I’m off to read some of these posts 🙂
Thanks so much for linking up to #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time 🙂
Thanks, Laura! 🙂
What a lovely collection of posts, I love all the use of natural food dyes especially the eggs.
I like the look of the men’s shirt refashion. That looks really interesting. #kcacols
Thank you, Bread!