IFB Project #75: Share Your Greatest Hits of 2012

For this week's IFB Project, you're going to have to dig a little. We want to know what your greatest hits of 2012 were. Comb through your archives, look at your Google Analytics, however you want to do it – and create a post on your blog that gathers your favorite posts of the year. You could make a photo collage, a top 10 link list, however you want to create the round up is up to you – but be sure to let your readers to get to the posts with links. Maybe you want to show off your best outfits, your most popular tutorials or most creative DIY projects… We can't wait to see the highlights of your year.

Submit your post below by Tuesday at midnight, and note the qualifications:

1. Your post must mention somewhere (it can be small and at the bottom if you like) that it is a submission for the IFB project, with a hyperlink to the IFB post.

2. Your post must have been created within the week that the project was posted.

The reason we are doing this is to make the project fair to those who put in effort to create original content for the project each week. If your post does not meet these criteria, it will not be chosen for the round up post. We want to encourage and inspire creativity in the community, so we hope that by making our guidelines more specific, the results will be even better!


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11 Responses

  1. Lexi

    I’ve already spent two hours working on this! Great inspiration, just bumped me up out of a creative slump.

  2. Yazmina from Girl with a Banjo

    To @IFB:
    My post’s title has a mistake! How can I change it?
    Thank you!

  3. Yazmina from Girl with a Banjo

    To Taylor Davis @IFB,
    I have submitted my post for the 2nd time because there was a typo mistake in the first one. I hope it’s OK!

  4. Alice

    Funnily enough, I actually created a little list of some of my favorite posts of 2012 before this project was announced. As soon as I saw it though, I knew that I just had to share my post. Great minds must think alike! 🙂