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Top 10 Posts of 2012

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Can you believe we are in the final hours of 2012!  Wow… it’s been a crazy, busy and exciting year.  I’m so grateful for all of you loyal readers.  I love creating and sharing with you all through this wonderful world of blogging.  So THANK YOU!!!!

Domestically Speaking: Top Ten of 2012

As we countdown to 2013, let’s look back at this year.

Here are my 10 Top Posts from 2012(even though some were from previous years)!

Domestically-Speaking.com:  Moving from Blogger to WordPress Tutorial

#10How I moved myself from Blogger to self-hosted WordPress.

Domestically-Speaking.com: Tutorial on burlaping your bookshelf

#9…  How I burlap’ified my bookshelves.

Domestically Speaking:  Family Sign Tutorial

#8How to make this Family Sign ~  I used an old cabinet door.

Domestically Speaking: Ombre tutorial

#7How to Ombre Your Wall ~ I shared how I did a beachy, ombre effect on my daughter’s walls.

Domestically Speaking:  Tissue Paper Art tutorial

#6How to make Tissue Paper Art ~ such a cool project!

Domestically Speaking: Yummy Pumpkin Donut Hole recipe

#5Pumpkin Poppers ~ these are delicious pumpkin treats!

Domestically Speaking: Custom Shades with Mini Blinds Tutorial

#4How to transform those ugly, cheap mini-blinds into custom shades.

Domestically Speaking:  Great Teacher Gift Idea

#3… A great teacher’s gift ~ M & M Teacher Appreciation Gift

Domestically Speaking:  Printing on Burlap Tutorial

#2How to Print on Burlap.  Stay tuned, I’m working on a video to give even more details and to answer the questions I’m asked all the time.

Domestically Speaking: Pottery Barn knock-off mason jar

And the most viewed post this year #1For the LOVE of Mason Jars.  Some of my favorite mason jar uses.

I love looking back.. in fact it’s inspired me on some new project plans for this next year.

Thanks for coming along on this journey with me!


  1. Just wondering…. have tried printing on burlap (love the look) but there’s just one issue… mine doesn’t seem to print dark enough… any suggestions? Love your website!!

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