Saving Money with DIY Home Improvement
Welcome to Frugal Mommas! All month long we are focused on sharing our favorite money saving tips and tricks. Getting out of debt and staying out of debt is more than a singular goal. It’s an important goal, indeed, but it is also about adapting a lifestyle – living with the mindset that you are making the most of what you have.
At Frugal Mommas – we are all about Abundant Living – on a budget! You see, we don’t have to view frugal living as a punishment or suffer a lack of anything. Instead, frugal living is about putting our resources and talents to good use – whatever they may be – and being good stewards of our money.
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Our friend, and blogger for Frugal Mommas Team – Susie of The Chelsea Project does abundant living on a budget with flair and style! She turns trash to treasure, and creates beauty in the home where others might not see potential. Susie works wonders with glue and wood and a bit of paint! She does it all with a passion and a keen eye for style that I’m sure you will love. She obviously encourages people to do as many projects as they can by their selves but does warn there are some things like installing outdoor home security cameras or electrics then you should get someone in to do it for you. Sometimes it is necessary to use the services of a professional. Some other areas you may want to consider using the help of specialists is when you are painting and decorating. If you haven’t got an eye for the fine details then you might benefit from using local painters & decorators.
If I can do it, so can you! ~ Susie TheChelseaProject
Susie’s message is clear, “If I can do it, so can you!” She uses elbow grease and determination to get the job done and her home is coming together just beautifully because of it. I hope you will be as inspired by her as I am.
Latest project from The Chelsea Project
Susie’s latest project from The Chelsea Project is an adorable – DIY Plate Rack that she made from scratch. She needed something to cover the large bare space above her beautiful (DIY) chest and knew a plate rack would provide just what she was looking for.
Isn’t it amazing? You can get simple, step by step instructions on how to make one of your own by visiting Susie’s blog – where you’ll find other fantastic projects to inspire you. Stop by The Chelsea Project to see what she is up to and learn to make your own plate rack.
Other DIY Projects by Susie
- Installing DIY Cabinet Door Pulls
- 8 Tips for Savvy Home Decor
- Semi-sew and No-sew Options for Simple Curtains