This past year I found 12 projects I wanted to try for the year 2012. Here are the results:

  1.  Make a headband out of an old t-shirt. - Started this, it wasn’t looking as nice as I wanted so I never finished it.
  2. Complete my price book! I’ve been procrastinating on this way too long. – I did quite a bit on this, but that was in TX and now that we’re in MO it doesn’t really apply.
  3. Try my hand at regrowing green onions. - I did try this, and it worked for a while, but then I had trouble with the onions getting slimy, I don’t know if I didn’t rinse them off enough or what.
  4. Make foaming hand soap from regular liquid hand soap.- Did this and it works great!! I do it all the time now!

    DIY foaming hand soap

  5. Make spinach artichoke dip. – Made this a couple times, which reminds me I have some canned artichokes in the pantry at home….
  6. Make spinach feta quiche. – Make this all the time, but sometimes I substitute the feta for cheddar, and I’ve tried it with bacon bits and broccoli too.
  7. Make copy cat Olive Garden salad. – Never got around to this, but still want to try it sometime.
  8. Make homemade humus from homemade tahini. -Didn’t get around to this either.
  9. Try curling my hair with a sock. - Or this.
  10. Make something from The Frugal Girl’s ebook. – Or this!
  11. Make homemade play-dough - Tammy from Tammy’s Recipes has it priced (for the cheaper unscented kind) at only 27 cents for 2 cups! – I did this with some friends, and it was lots of fun!
  12. Make homemade pasta. – Didn’t try this one either.
That means I did half of the projects I set out to try…not very impressive, but I’m glad I tried the ones I did!

3 Responses to “2012 Projects Update”

  1. Half is better than nothing. Look at it this way you tried new things last year! You even found some favorites out of what you tried.

  2. I have a pasta maker, used it some, but haven’t in a really long time. Mainly because of lack of time. *sigh*

  3. Nice job!! Love when goals become a reality!

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