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HomeRight has teamed up with a network of DIY bloggers to share DIY projects and tutorials on using the HomeRight products for their projects. We hope they inspire you to create your own projects. Meet the 2016 HomeRight team of DIY bloggers.
Sarah is a MN based writer and DIYer over at www.1915house.com where she empowers women to create a home they love - and to do it all on a dime. As a busy mom of four boys, the projects she shares on her blog are her creative outlet and sanity saver. You can find her most of the time with a paintbrush in one hand and a huge cup of coffee in the other.
Edited and written by Skaie Knox, HomeJelly is jam packed with simple and doable home improvement and decor how-tos, design inspiration, green-friendly repurposing and refurbishing ideas, as well as the latest goods and gadgets for the budget-mindful homeowner and renter.
Natalie is the creator behind the lifestyle blog, A Turtle's Life for Me, and lives with her husband and two kids in Central PA. She's a fan of delicious food, DIY projects that are inexpensive, all things colorful, and having a sense of humor about it all along the way.
Hello everyone! My name is Krista and I blog over at The Happy Housie. I called my blog this because I think of myself as a ‘housie’: someone whose hobby and passion is all kinds of house related pursuits like DIY, decorating, crafts, organizing, and making old things new again. I have been “this way” as long as I can remember…
Currently living in North Carolina, Christy and her family have lived in six houses over the past eight years, so she constantly has new decorating and DIY material. Although she actually started her career as a registered nurse and holds a master's degree in health care administration, she's been blogging professionally with her friend (and former college roommate) Amy for the past five years at 11 Magnolia Lane, and that's WAY more fun!
Jenna LaFevor blogs about DIY projects, home décor, thrifty finds, crafty creations and other decorating dilemmas over at Rain on a Tin Roof. She has a teaching degree that now collects dust, and will probably be morphed into a DIY project before its all said and done. When she isn’t trying to keep her kid from climbing out of the circus ring or making sure her husband’s shirts are taken to the dry cleaners so she gets out of ironing, she can be found with her HomeRight FinishMax in one hand and a Cherry Coke in the other. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail) (link sends e-mail); or you can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter @raintinroofblog or at her blog.
Gina Luker and her husband Mr. SCC began their journey of remodeling Gina's childhood home in early 2009. They had been in their home nearly 5 years before they finally got down to ripping out walls and installing floors. Gina feels it’s been quite a journey, but it’s long from over! http://www.theshabbycreekcottage.com/