January Favorites

January favorites on A Beautiful MessHey pals. Happy weekend! 

I know we’;re currently deep into February, but I promised myself that this yr I would not miss a month of sharing our monthly favorites. It really is very good for us to step back and celebrate all of the tough function that goes into A Beautiful Mess. Occasionally we get so lost in the hustle that we overlook to phase back and appreciate what we’;ve produced. Right here are some of our favorites, along with the most viewed and most pinned posts of the previous month! 

January was a scrumptious month. A few of my private favored recipes were Homemade English Muffins, Ginger and Lime Carrot Soup, Angel Meals Cake,   Garlic and Kale Baked Gnocchi, Squid Ink Pasta and Snickerdoodle Waffles.
Fresh juice + warm brussels saladWe shared some treats (as often) and some healthy stuff too! Juicing 101 + Warm Brussels Sprout Salad
Tax + Photo Storage TipsWe shared some practical stuff- 10 tax deduction ideas for little company owners and tips for organizing and storing images.
How to stock a bar cartI shared a fresh twist on my favorite cocktail and I shared my ideas for how to stock a bar cart on a spending budget of $50 and past!
Build a corner shelving systemThese DIY speaker boxes are so pretty and chic. And we all loved Mandi’;s submit on building and organizing a corner shelving program.
DIY projects from A Beautiful MessWe’;re still obsessed with gold around here. Did you catch these faux gold bookends or this checkerboard venture.
DIY projects from A Beautiful Mess Laura had an amazing 1st month as a personnel writer and shared her studded tree stump side table, wonderful gold moon wall, galaxy face art, 3 straightforward 30 minute art projects and this paint dipped balsa wood candle holder.
Scrapbooking for beginners I made our 1st household scrapbook. It was a excellent knowledge and I shared my tips for new scrapbookers. I’;m presently arranging our following book!
A Beautiful MessOur weblog ambitions, strategies and dreams for 2014… some large announcements in there! 

DIY Concrete Counter Tops (definitely the scariest DIY we have ever tried, but we are IN Really like with the outcome… not to mention the 1000’;s of bucks we saved). 

We appreciated sharing our 1st bits of progress at our new studio house. Here is an update on the entryway, the dining room and kitchen.
Emma + TreyI love that Emma and Trey revived the Mr & Mrs Style attribute with this awesome post. So sweet! 

Emma’;s 10 Ideas for A Productive Lifestyle was the most common post of the month and Mandi’;s corner shelving method was our most pinned task (with in excess of 13,000 pins!). Hooray! xo. Elsie