Thursday, December 26, 2013

What a Year!

Today I'm in a bit of a reflective mood, thinking about these past 12 months.  What a year!  A few of the bigger highlights in my world...
 
*Captain Project got a nice promotion and we moved up from Florida to Northern Virginia
*Our son made it home safely from Afghanistan
*Retro Revival continues to do well
*I have the most amazing blog followers and customers
 
In between sewing over 600 aprons, shower caps, sleep bonnets, sleep masks, swim wraps, doily table runners, etc. I made some time for a few special projects.  My favorites:
 

Click on these links and you'll be redirected to my previous blog posts for the project details:
  1. RX for a Rainy Day {Upcycled apron}
  2. My Vintage Doily Christmas tree skirt was published in GreenCraft Magazine
  3. Whip up an easy deep conditioning hair potion like a Kitchen beautician
  4. Create a gallery wall in 4 easy steps
  5. Retro Revival Swim Wraps {New product launch}
I'm so looking forward to the new year, reading your blog posts and following all of your creativity.  It's going to be a great year!
 
Wishing you all nothing but the best in 2014.  Always!

5 comments:

Betty Lou said...

It was a good year, love to see all your projects. Hubby home from the hospital on the 23rd after spending 16 days in the hospital. Happy. new Year

Jann Olson said...

What a wonderful year it has been! Always look forward to what the New Year will bring! I will be back to check out some of those posts later. Friends coming to play games. Aren't holidays grand? Have a wonderful New Year!
hugs,
Jann

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

We can't believe how fast the year went Cindy...so enjoyed seeing all your adventures :) Here's to another successful Retro Revival year!!
Love,
Karla & Karrie

Missy Shay said...

I got your Christmas postcard, thank you! I've enjoyed following your blog this year!

Little Susie Home Maker said...

You really have a wonderful blog this last year, (and before). I just wish I was a fraction as creative as you are. But I am thankful for all your inspiration!
Blessings,
Susie