A Year of DIY (2014 Recap)

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Happy New Years everyone! How cow! Where did this year go?! The holiday craziness is just about over, and new-year craziness is about to begin. Like any good blogger, I've put together a list of my 10 most popular blog posts of 2014. Thank you so much for reading, pinning and sharing these projects! I hope my information can help you all be brave and give DIY a shot. So without further adieu... 

Pottery Barn Keyhole Desk Knock-off Tutorial
How to Turn Almost Any Wheel Into a Caster
DIY Hairpin Legs
Easy Industrial Coffee Table
How to Cut a Perfect Circle on a Table Saw
How to Make a Wood Toner
Trick for Spray Painting MDF
DIY Entertainment Center
How to Upgrade Bookshelves

And my most view blog post of 2014...


My round-up of  50 DIY Industrial Decor Ideas. Looking at my past projects, you probably get the idea that I like Industrial decor. I guess you guys do too!

2014 has been a great year! Thank you for the bottom of my heart for helping this blog succeed! I don't share much personal information on this blog, but don't be mistaken; this blog is a true labor of love and contains a big part of myself in it. Every life is filled with challenges, but working on growing Pneumatic Addict Furniture has helped me through mine. It has provided me with an opportunity to teach and feel needed. It has allowed me to make much-needed friendships. And on a small scale, the blog has provided my little family with income while my husband finishes school. 

2015 is already shaping up to be pretty awesome! I've got some pretty fabulous projects and collaborations already in the works. My husband will be finishing school (after 7 hard years) and we will be looking into buying a new house, so keep tuned for fun updates. Thank you again for following me and being part of my life! 

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  1. All your projects are amazing Elisha!! Here is to another great year for you!

  2. I love all of your projects. You're not afraid of the hard stuff, which is so cool. Congrats on your husband getting through Engineering school. That's a lot of work, and I did it while I was single, can't imagine getting though it with a family.


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