While the craziness of the holidays have slowed down and today I am back to work, well yesterday really, I thought I would share some or Close to Home’s Most viewed posts of 2014. I want to thank each and everyone that visited Close to Home last year and I hope you have enjoyed our recipes, crafts, travel tips, giveaways and product reviews. I try to stay committed to my readers finding the best content that will interest you and your families. I hope you continue to follow us in 2015 as we attempt to share tips to make life easier and more fun during the craziness we call life.
- Capture Your Funny Pets Greeting Cards
- Superbowl Recipes Round Up
- Easy Fudge Pie Recipe
- 15 Valentine’s Day Teacher Gifts under $5
- Homemade Dog Birthday Cake
- Hash brown Breakfast Casserole
- 10 Creative ways to display Holiday Cards
- St Patrick’s Day Recipes Pinterest Round Up
This is the first time a post has gone viral on our blog with over 50k views. This post about Capturing your Funny Pets Greeting Cards was by far the most viewed post on Close to Home. If You have not seen it yet, be sure to share your captions for these photos.
Get ready for Football with this great collection of Superbowl Recipes. All football themed food you will wow your guests next game day.
It’s no surprise a chocolate recipe was the most viewed post from last year. If you have not tried it yet, be sure to try this Super Easy Fudge Pie Recipe. It is a easy recipe even for the beginner bakers.
Get Ready for Valentines Day with this great round up of 15 Handmade Valentines Day Gift For Teachers under $5.
Pets are a big part of Close to Home blog. We love to share pet products and recipes including this Homemade Dog Cake Recipe we made for Chloe’s 3rd Birthday.
Weekend Brunch just got simpler with this easy Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole that requires no prep work thanks to frozen hash browns.
Be sure to Pin this post for next Christmas. We shared 10 Creative ways to display Holiday Cards.
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day right? Be sure to stop by this round up of St. Patrick Day recipes so the Leprechaun won’t get you!