(These are a mix of my favorites and yours - as indicated by the number of comments and views!)
yellow chevron frame and quote (with the free printable version) was also one of my faves and yours!
rubber band + ribbon headbands I made, but it seems that these were pretty popular (especially on Pinterest) and I love wearing them, so I'm definitely calling this project a success!
microbead pendants and think that each one is just so unique... I guess that's why I felt compelled to make about 15,000 of them!
I was so proud of myself for creating this argyle wreath and it actually got featured in a few places... it's definitely a favorite from this year!
The lemonhead wreath was a challenge - it took forever to make, tons of lemonheads, and then it was so heavy I didn't think I'd ever get it hung up, but I just love it. The ribbon and jute with the bright candy... so many textures and colors!
I made a lot of wreaths, but I'm so proud of all the different touches on this Halloween wreath made pretty much entirely from Dollar Tree materials!
Puppy chow or muddy buddies are absolutely one of my most favorite foods - SOOO yummy!
I thought this project was so simple that no one would even notice it, but lots of people have pinned this button initial project and talked about how awesome it is to do with and for kids!
The Valentine's Day printables were simple to create and everyone seemed excited about them - they even got featured on One Pretty Thing!
Maybe it's just some kind of recency effect, but people seemed excited about this lemon hand scrub project - from the bow to the scrub to how easy it is to make with stuff you already had on hand. Plus, this was a hit with the people we gave it to as gifts!
Now that I've chosen between these projects - which felt like choosing between children - it's time to think about the awesome projects that 2012 has in store! If you want to see all the projects, including those that didn't make the cut, please check out the Past Research page here!