Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Home Improvement: DIY Homemakers Edition {New Blog Party!!}

You all know that I love a good organizing, rearranging, or DIY project. Last year I set out to do one DIY project and one Pinterest-inspired project per month. It was a lot of fun, and while I missed a few months, I’d say it averaged out the way it was supposed to. This year, I decided it would be fun to have a little bit of a monthly CHALLENGE!

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The challenge is just what that says, a Homemakers version of a Home Improvement! The idea is to make any improvement to your home, blog about it, and come back to share it next Wednesday, January 30th. The improvement can be anything that, well, improves your home - organizing a space, changing out some decor, making a new recipe, having a cooking session, or even a homemaking-related topic like couponing or child-rearing. You get the picture. Basically anything goes!

Come back next Wednesday, January 30th to link up your project (feel free to link up any related project from this month!). Or if you don’t have a blog, we’d love to hear the details of your project in the comments section. Anyone can participate!

I can’t wait to see what projects you’ve been working on!

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14 comments:

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    1. I think it will be! Spread the word! =)

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  2. So happy to be catching up with all of your exploits!

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  3. OoOo, what's more exciting than a DIY home improvement challenge?! I'll have to get some ideas from HouseLogic :D
    -Jon

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  4. We have been renovating our kitchen and dining room! Does buying some new Carrier Air Conditioning Units count as well? We did that, too. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Oh how fun, I'd love to see your kitchen and dining room! Great job! I guess you've been working on a BIG home improvement! =)

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  5. The next generation pushed the DIY ethos further by focusing on older houses in need of care and repair. Interest in traditional building arts surged and so did a general desire to incorporate the past - or a modern facsimile of it.

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  6. What a brilliant idea! I'm just into the initial stages of my home improvement and just received the plastering quote. Wish me luck!

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  7. Home improvement is always fun but when it is done without experience than it is more exciting.

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  8. Hi, such a cool home improvement blog. Looking forward for more post.

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  9. I love the ideas you presented here and by the way, is that project linking you mentioned still around? Thanks.

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  10. the button is well designed, I liked the font and the colour.

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