It has been quite a year for this here blog. There have been some posts that have been viewed nearly 20,000 times! What?!? I'm astounded, and so very grateful for the love that all of my internet friends have shown me, and all of the new folks who have come to visit.
To end the year, I thought it would be fun to share my favorite posts from the last 12 months. Some months it was difficult to choose, but I kept it to 12!
In January, I shared an embroidered locket. Yesterday I gave my baby sister her own, so now all 3 Johanson girls have one!
In February, I let people in on how I pay tribute with the things that I make. So many things have a special message!
March brought Family week, and I told about how my family does things (lots of things!) together.
Coming up on Easter, in April I made a bracelet as a reminder that "All is Well...Christ is Risen."
We had a virtual tea party in May, and Rachel and I revealed the dresses that we've been working on. Kits are still in the works, but we're aiming for spring release!
In June, I showed off my favorite vintage craft kit of all time. Oooh...how I love these Pixie Puppets!
July was when I made a felt yo-yo necklace. It's still one of my favorite pieces of jewelry!
August had so many things to choose from, but my favorite was hearing about the things we believe. It was a great discussion.
In September, I stitched up a little chrysanthemum hair clip. Soon, I'll be thinking about making one with spring flowers!
October was when I traveled to England, and I shared my first batch of photos from the trip. (I've already been trying to figure out when I can go back again!)
A week of favorite things came in November, and my Kermit finger puppet tutorial was my favorite of the week. (Secretly, I hoped that Jason Segal would re-tweet me. He didn't.)
Based on the numbers, The Stable ornament was a favorite for everyone in December. It was definitely the one post that means the most to me.
Wow...that's a lot of favorites from 2011! Do you have a blog? Share your favorite post from the year, so we can all visit!
It'll be quiet here for a few days...I'll see you next year!