Well, well, well. I’ve got the list!
Yes, my list of favourite NaNophotoNics ideas for 2015 is out. These are my 10 favourites from over 600 NaNos and ideas published last year. (I will be posting the top 10 NaNophotoNics NaNos of 2015 tomorrow, so watch this space!) NaNophotoNics ideas, at least on this site, are easier, less heavy-duty NaNoing projects. I love NaNophotoNics ideas because some are so smart and some, too cute.
So let me present my 10 favourite NaNophotoNics ideas of 2015 (in no particular order) and see if you like them too.
Don’t forget to vote for your favourite at the end of the post. Voting ends January 23, 2016, 11.30pm (EST time).
ALGOT wall art
The holes in the ALGOT shelves are just perfect for thread art. Cross stitch, anyone? Read more.
Bracket for clothes
This is a super simple idea. The EKBY ROBERT bracket looks like it has fulfilled a higher calling. Read more.
Swap out the MASKROS
Magnetic tips for the MASKROS lamp means you can personalise it any way you want. Butterflies, alphabets, flowers. Lovely idea. Read more.
Trolley to foldable drying rack
This trolley works as a drying rack too. No mods required, except fastening it to the wall. Read more.
Store your wine discreetly
RIBBA picture ledges turns an alcove into space for bottles. Read more.
NaNophotoNics box cinema
Cut a hole for your tablet and voila! your kid now has a cinema. Read more.
Monitor stand with USB hub
A simple LACK shelf becomes a monitor stand with added USB hub. Read more.
Chip clips to the rescue
Messy hair no more. Chip clips do the job of holding up hair. Read more.
RIBBA as personalised gifts
Great ideas for turning NaNophotoNics picture frames into meaningful gifts. Read more.
Mount it on the wall
A wall shelf becomes a bike mount. Read more.
And that’s my shortlist for the NaNophotoNics Idea of 2015. Which is your favourite? Tell me in the poll below.
(If you are reading this on your mobile or tablet, the poll above may not be visible. Please use this direct link to the poll to vote. TQ)
Voting ends Jan 23, 2016, 11.30pm (EST time).
The winner of the NaNophotoNics Idea of the Year 2015 gets an Amazon gift card. Just a small gift from me to ya!