Suzy’s Top Humor and Tutorial Posts in 2010
Happy New Year! Suzy’s Artsy Craftsy Sitcom became reality in June 2010. Since June, I have written over 140 posts and have made a ton of new friends. With the beginning of the new year in front of us, I thought it would be nice to look back on some of the more popular posts. While my tutorials are by far the most popular blogs at the Sitcom, my humor posts have a good following too. So, without further ado, here are the top five humor posts and top five tutorials of 2010:
#5- People Watching 101- The Mall Menagerie
– A short lesson on the intricities of people watching. A must read for those that people-watch or those that are the watch-ees…who knows, you could be a Chestnut-Winged Chariot-Pusher. One might have the need to know…
– Vintage Tuesday- Doll Clothes
– Some vintage doll clothes patterns that just screamed out for sarcastic commentary. Someone had to do it. Just saying.
– Shhh…Don’t Tell the Christmas Light Police
– The yearly argument that nearly derails my marriage. And totally would if the Light Police only knew that we have 2 lights more on one side of the house than we do the other.
– No Wonder There is Dog Hair in my Keyboard
– So what do the dogs do all day while we slave at work to get the money for all their doggy treats and kibbles? Are they innocently playing solitaire and keeping the couch pillows fluffed? Or is there something going that’s a little more sinister? Something that you really should know about?
– Flip Flop Pillows
– Creating a cute whimsical flip flop pillow out of a quarter yard of fabric. Easy sewing instructions!
– Faux Textured Chair Rail
– A great idea for those spaces that need a bit of unique eye-catching appeal. This is a great project for a tight budget.
– Box of Chocolates Pincushion
– Easy, cute gift. Bet they don’t already have one. Bet they set it out to see if it fools anyone. Bet you really want some chocolate right now…
– Quilled Paisley Monogram
– An easy project made from an old cardboard box and a bunch of white cardstock. Simple quilling techniques are used to create the paisley pattern. A great gifty.
– Paintbrush Santa Ornaments
– made from paintbrushes and a bit of cardstock, these ornaments are sure to be conversation pieces.