The end of the year is always the time to reflect on what happened, as well as, look ahead. 2018 was a good one for my family and me, with lots of big changes, including a new house, move from preschool to kindergarten and a first family of 4 trip to Disney World! I had lots of opportunities to stage some fun party themes which were apparently a hit with some of you too! Let’s take a stroll back through 2018 and see the top 10 posts!
My Elf on the Shelf Secret Message Printable went live in November but surprisingly was the number one new post I launched in 2018! This was one of the Elf on the Shelf Ideas for a 5 year old which was also a top post of the year! I hope lots of kids had fun filling it out to discover this message from their elf! (and PS I already have more free printables planned out for next Christmas!)
In January we shared our Disney World trip plans to my girls and this photo of them and the letterboard became my number one photo ever on my instagram account! While the reaction wasn’t what we expected (the activity of the reveal seemed more exciting than the prize) I can tell you the girls both had a great time in February!
You guys were as crazy about dinosaurs and free printables as I thought you would be! This was the number 2 post of 2018!
I had created this Digital Silhouette Portrait Gift for my mom of her 5 grandkids and then added it to my Etsy shop. I had the pleasure of completing a bunch of Mother’s Day gifts from Etsy shoppers shortly there after! My shop 2 months old at that point which gave me more motivation to add additional designs. I was so honored with all those who had me create holiday gifts of their kids this Christmas.
After doing the seahorse string art for Hailey’s bedroom, I had been itching to do another one and this May I shared this cactus string art design, as part of a succulents filled Mother’s Day brunch I styled for Wholesale Party Supplies. Grab the free printable and learn how to make this for your mom!
When everyone was posting their Whole 30 recipe I was telling everyone to eat more hole foods with this fun donut party complete with free printables!
Party planning doesn’t have to be heavy on the budget, especially with fun party hacks! Take a look at these ones I shared for a Beauty and the Beast themed party, complete with a free printable for that banner on the backdrop.
Kiss your 30s, 40s, 50s, or 60s goodbye with these free printables and a bunch of Hershey’s kisses.
Those in charge of bridal or baby showers this year must’ve loved this purse scavenger hunt as it was one of the top posts of the year! Pin it for later as I’ve played at several showers and it’s always a crowd pleaser.
I hoped other moms could relate to the 7 days I’m a bad mom post and apparently you did!