This year was a unique year for Sabrina's Organizing. We focused on doing DIY home organizing and upcycling projects on our DIY Friday series, and it was a huge success! And, we are so grateful to all our visitors for helping us try this new avenue and sharing with us your excitement about this new venture.
The 10th DIY Popular Post was Upcycling Dining Room Chairs to Fun Accent Chairs.
We had a loss in our family, and while clearing out her home, these two beautiful mid-century modern dining room chairs were going to be tossed. I rescued them, updated them, and gave them to my cousin for a birthday present! They are now proudly displayed in the living room for guests to enjoy. See all the ways we cleaned and updated the paint on these beauties.
The 9th DIY Popular Post was How to Increase Storage in a Shed.
This project has been on my list of things to do for a while. It is my husband's area, and I needed his help before getting this small shed organized. Click-through and see how we remove stuff from the shed floor and onto the wall.
The 8th DIY Popular Post was Custom Silverware Drawer Organizer.
This drawer organizer project is still in use, and I love it. There is a removable divider where we remove all the silverware each year to clean it out. It has been holding up well.
The 7th DIY Popular Post was DIY Banquet Seating for Small Spaces.
This was a project I did during COVID lockdown to create storage in my three-season room. I used three benches and added cushions to make my banquet seating. Visit and see the details of this DIY project.
The 6th DIY Popular Post was How to Make Your Own DIY Inspiration Board.
This project helps me get my ideas out of my head and figure out how to make a new DIY project come to life. Visit this post to see how I made this very affordable removable markerboard.
The 5th DIY Popular Post was How to Create an Attractive Armoire Divider.
This project helps me divide my office from my family room. The project is made of vinyl planks, and we used glue and small nails to attach it to the back of my craft armoire.
The 4th DIY Popular Post was Soup Can to DIY Makeup Brush Holder.
In the middle of the year, I started wanting to upcycle soup cans and other things to repurpose them to help people organize their homes on a budget. This one was the first of my creations.
The 3rd DIY Popular Post was DIY Hurricane Lamps.
This one is special because the crochet lace pillows were a piece of my childhood. I carefully cut them up and added them to repurposed wide-mouth mason jars to create hurricane lamps with battery-operated lights. It was a 100% repurposed project, and boy, was it fun to make! A little messy but fun!
The 2nd DIY Popular Post was Change Soup Can into a DIY Pencil Holder.
Here is the second DIY soup can upcycling project. For this one, I used acrylic paint and added decorative rope, and repurposed bouquet silk flowers.
And, finally, the number one most popular DIY Project was DIY Boulder Address Plaque.
This project was a rock that I got from my Brother's backyard, and we added our address to it, and it is proudly displayed in our rock garden near our lamp post.
Wow! Isn't that a great collection of DIY projects, right? Thanks to my in-laws for giving me some of these items so we could bring them back to life and make them functional again.
Now it is your turn! Which one is your favorite? Which one would you want to try? Please leave a comment below. We would love to hear from you!
Sabrina's Organizing has new social media channels!
We have a new social media name for DIY Projects called "Organizing on a Dime." Cool title, right? Eventually, we hope to have a DIY Project blog separate from Sabrina's Organizing for all these DIY projects! Our social media channels for this site are Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram! Feel free to follow us and check out our new and older DIY Projects.
If you still want to see our DIY projects and home organizing tips, you can keep following our Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram accounts! These channels are where we share home organizing, Recipes, and DIY projects as they become live.
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