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Favorite DIY Home Projects {July}

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July flew by and before I knew it, the month was over. I cannot believe school will be back in session in a few short weeks. In addition to a few fun diy home projects, we vacationed on Cape Cod.  August will be a bit slower with regards to home projects. We are headed to Lake Winnepessaukee in a few weeks and my grandparents wedding vow renewal ceremony will be happening as well. Oh and my dad decided to rip apart the front of the house while I was in Atlanta last week attending a blog conference. We are installing a new front door as well as new front steps. Yay! You can see the front door below in the mailbox post. The roof will also be enlarged with round columns and we are adding shutters to the windows. Finally, after 28 years they are adding shutters to the house. My mom is pretty excited!

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How to make a mailbox

favorite diy home projects july

Easy summer update – Foyer

favorite diy home projects july

Pool House Makeover – DIY planked walls + reupholstery

favorite diy home projects july

DIY Ice Cream Social – how to

favorite diy projects july

How to reupholster a couch

favorite diy projects july

Another month of DIY home projects, I cannot believe how fast time goes by. I think my favorite project for July was our pool house makeover. It’s nice to actually have a space near the pool that is comfortable and clean! ha. Hoping to enjoy August and slow down for these last few weeks and enjoy some family time. If you missed any of our previous months projects, be sure to visit our home and projects page. Happy August everyone!

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  1. Oh wow – I really love your foyer project! So bright and cheery!

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