The Top 10 Craft & Home Decor Projects from 2013

Happy New Year! I’m so glad you’re back! Are you ready for another year packed with brand, spanking new craft and home décor ideas? I hope so! But first, I’m going to revisit the top 10 crafts and home décor projects from 2013 on Crafts ‘n Coffee. There are some favorites here, and I wanted to share them one more time. I’d love to know if you have a favorite from last year, too.

Coming in at #1 is How to make a Solar System Model.

How to make a Solar System using balls of Styrofoam brand foam. Perfect for class projects.

How to make a model of the Solar System is tops on Crafts ‘n Coffee.

Another top 10 kids’ craft idea is How to make a Lollipop Tree.

Here's how to make a Lollipop Tree. Kids love these!

Lollipop Topiary from Meet the Dubiens

I’m sure it’s no surprise that four of the adorable Snowman crafts designed by Kathleen George were in the top 10. (Tune in tomorrow when Kathleen shares a brand new Snowman craft!)

Snowman Cloche

Genius! Made with a plastic soda bottle. So cute, and not hard to make.

Snowman Cloche by Kathleen George.

Handful of Snowmen

Super-sweet snowmen made with an old glove. Tutorial on

A Handful of Snowmen by Kathleen George.

Snowman Swag

These little faces are too cute! An easy DIY using a white tube sock and balls of Styrofoam brand foam.

Snowman Swag by Kathleen George.

Sweater Snowman

Another fun sweater craft! This knitting snowman is made with an old sweater. Fun idea.

Sweater Snowman by Kathleen George.

I know we all love to change up our homes when we’re nesting during the winter months, so don’t miss Fast & Fabulous DIY Wall Art Ideas.

Make beautiful wall art from scrapbook paper and squares of STYROFOAM Brand Foam. Easy and cheap.

Vibrant Bistro Wall Art

Here’s another wall art project that ranked in the top 10: DIY Custom Wall Art with Fabric + Foam.

How to make fabric & foam wall art collage.

Fabric Wall Art designed by Tam at Sew Dang Cute Crafts.

If your New Year’s resolution is to purge your wardrobe, consider making our Super Fast T-Shirt Wall Art with a few favorite t’s.

how to make wall art using t-shirts

Purging? Save a few old, favorite T’s to make T-Shirt Wall Art.

Christmas season is over, but you’ll want to file this one away for later this year: Top 10 ornaments kids can make.

Really cute collection of Christmas ornament tutorials for easy crafts the kids can really make. Supplies are cheap & easy to find, too.

Be sure to bookmark this collection for Christmas 2014.

I’m going to squeeze in project #11, too, as a reminder that spring is coming! This round-up of 14 Easter bunny crafts is not to be missed.

A collection of 14, super-cute Easter crafts.

Three Baby Bunnies & a Very Large Carrot

Thanks for joining me in the top 10 project review. Do you have a favorite from last year?

Sneak peek of a new Snowman craft featured on Crafts 'n Coffee.

A sneak peek . . .

Don’t miss a new Snowman craft from Kathleen George tomorrow. You know it’s going to be adorable! Who knows, maybe it will be your favorite craft in 2014.

Wishing you a new year filled with peace, love and lots of crafts!


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13 Responses to The Top 10 Craft & Home Decor Projects from 2013

  1. Rahimin says:

    Omg a lollipop tree! I am so making this?!?!!!?!

  2. Marlene Jessup says:

    some neat ideas

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  3. Birgit says:

    What a great review of last year. Here’s to many more interesting projects for 2014!

    Happy, happy, happy New Year!!! 🙂

  4. ColleenB. says:

    cute sneak peek. Looking forward in seeing the full reveal tomorrow. Looks like it may be a wreath of sorts.
    Thanks for showing the top 10 projects of 2013.
    Enjoy your day and have a wonderful weekend

    • Sharon says:

      Thank you, Colleen. I hope a lot of readers aren’t sick of snow already this week. I bet you’re enjoying a little sunshine, though. Happy New Year to you, and I wish you a year packed with crafty fun! Sharon

  5. Debbie Kaste says:

    Love the projects. The carrot and bunnies are just adorable, must have missed that one so I’ll have to make a point of checking that post. Happy New Year!!!

  6. Katiria says:

    I love the Snowman Cloche because it looks classy and cute it has a timeless look.

    • Sharon says:

      Thank you! Kathleen George has a way of making the sweetest faces, doesn’t she? The cloche is one of my favorites, too. Wishing you a crafty, creative 2014! Sharon

  7. LisaM6 says:

    love to see all the snowmen. I still have a list to make from last year. Can’t wait to see the new one tomorrow. What a great blog!!!! It keeps the creativity going all year round.

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