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Hey, friends! I’m back! I’m sure you thought I had fallen off the face of the earth since I haven’t posted in so long. I may have overdone it on the holiday break and stretched it out a bit far. Truth is I needed it. After all of the craziness of the holidays I was burned out and in need of some time to rest, collect my thoughts, and decide what I want to make of 2016. Which brings me to the theme of January’s DIY Challenge.

For this month, we’ve decided to give ourselves time to regain our DIY mojo and instead of completing a new project, we’ll be sharing our favorite Monthly DIY Challenge projects of 2015. In addition to that, we are asking our blogging friends to share their favorite DIY projects from 2015 in a super fun linkup below!

Don’t worry though, we’ll be back next month sharing new projects AND we’ve got a ton of amazing challenges in store for the rest of the year!

Now, onto our favorite Monthly DIY Challenge projects from 2015. You can visit each tutorial by clicking the project names.

Little Red Brick House

Windowpane Mirror (Challenge: Dollar Store)


Canary Street Crafts

Fabric Covered Bulletin Board (Challenge: Cork)

How to cover your bulletin board with fabric.

Dwell Beautiful

Bedroom Canopy (Challenge: Plumbing Parts)

DIY Bedroom Canopy

Making It In The Mountains

Frosted Vases (Challenge: Dollar Store)

Frosted Dollar Store Vases | making it in the mountains

Little House of Four

Updated Entryway (Challenge: Doors)


Campaign Style Crates (Challenge: Wood Crates)

Campaign Style Storage Crate

DIY Passion

Making End Tables Match (Challenge: Paint)

How to Paint End Tables 4


PVC Pipe Table (Challenge: Plumbing Parts)

DIY PVC Pipe Table

Meet The B’s

Chalk Painted Basket (Challenge: Storage Solutions)

Grey washed chalk paint basket update! Learn how to easily update a basket along with 9 other creative storage solutions!

Average But Inspired

DIY Kitchen Art (Challenge: Plumbing Parts)

Average But Inspired shows you how to make unique art for your kitchen using copper pipe straps, wooden utensils and some paint!


***Be sure to share your own favorite project from 2015 below!



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  1. What a great idea! I linked up but it was fun to see each month too. Hopefully you find some rest in January and feel renewed and ready for a great 2016!

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