Whew, it’s almost over… another whole year of making and all that came with it. I’m ecstatic that there’s been millions; yes millions of page views in the last year! I am so grateful to you all! Come & see what the Faves of 2019 were.
It’s no surprise that the concrete projects are the fave, especially the Tips & Tricks of Concrete Crafting. I try to help many conquer their problems and will hopefully add some more tips in 2020.
Little did I realize that so many are looking to make their own concrete molds! No wonder Make a Mold for concrete is so popular. I see molding opportunities everywhere…
It seems no one can resist the sparkle of geodes; especially these DIY Giant Concrete Geodes. I’ll happily accept if that I started a trend… I’m sure I’ll dream up some new version in 2020.
I’d say this idea came on a whim but I never tire of seeing how the DIY Concrete Face Garden Sculptures fit perfectly in the garden at any time of year.
One project leads to another; ideas grow from each other. The Lacy Leaves Concrete Circle has some much character and charm, the numbers prove it!
It is a question that I often get; what concrete to use? Hopefully this Compare Concrete Mixes for Crafting has answered many questions for all the awesome making.
My journey into unique concrete projects started with these Concrete Garden Orbs. Who knew that so many artists and makers love to work with concrete?!
Again, I take some of the mystery out of working wth concrete. Making Fabric tests for Concrete Draping has helped me and thousands of others. It’s a medium with so much design opportunities; I can’t wait until it gets warm enough…
If I should take a cue from these numbers; I had better get thinking about more Concrete Projects. I’ve always got some ideas up my sleeve… But don’t feel like you can’t try some new directions. Design, especially unique & interesting design comes from NOT limiting yourself! Let your mind wander… try something new in the New year! I bet you will be happy when you say “I made that”!
Here’s to my purpose in life; enriching the world with new ‘makers’ one by one…