DIY Projects for Spring | Monday Funday

Happy Sunday and welcome to Uncommon Designs! Each week we host this fabulous, 8 blog link party called Monday Funday. We are excited to have you join the party!

This week with the warmer weather, Trish and I have been doing a bit of spring cleaning in our homes. How about you? It makes both of us more productive to clean out and open up our homes to the warm spring weather. Trish even shared how she cleverly organizes her craft paint to both save money and time…

Organize all of those tiny bottles of craft paint with this simple solution from Uncommon Designs

Getting the Craft Paint Storage checked off the list is a big time saver! What organizing do you need to tackle?

Now let’s start the party!

Welcome to the 8 blog Monday Funday link party! We are excited to have you join the fun. The Monday Funday party is a great place to find new ideas and recipes to try. Share you latest diy projects, crafts, creativity, and recipes while you are browsing through the party. See the best of the blogging world in one place!


Uncommon Designs | That’s What {Che} Said | Creatively Living | Club Chica Circle | A Night Owl Blog | Becoming Martha | Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home | A Cup Full of Sass


This week’s features were chosen by Sarah from Becoming Martha


Hi everyone! I am so excited to share features with you today! As I was looking through all of the fabulous ideas shared last week, I saw some amazing holiday and year round ideas that would be a fabulous addition to your spring decor around the house – and they are all pretty simple DIY’s that you can easily achieve! Ready to see some of my favorites?

13 fabulous Diy Projects for spring from Monday Funday via Uncommon Designs.

Left to Right, starting at the top:

Distressed Preppy Mason Jar – View From the Fridge / Farmer’s Market Tote – Casual Craftlete / Tea Towel Turned Apron – AKA Design / Burlap Totes – DIY Inspired / Gold Dipped Terranium – Simply Designing / Bold Stitched Napkins – Tiny Sidekick / Spring Paper Banner – Blooming Homestead / Ikea Clock Makeover – Delineate Your Dwelling / Spring Wall Hanging – A Cultivated Nest / Easiest Way to Tint Mason Jars – Setting for Four / Kids Easter Tables – View From the Fridge / Lucky Horseshoe Sign – Fynes Design

And if that wasn’t enough for inspiration, check out what the 8 of us have been up to this week:

Monday Funday Hostesses projects for spring via Uncommon Designs.

Make Your Own Lip Balm – That’s What Che Said / Color Block Totes – Uncommon Designs / Baker’s Twine Spring Wreath – Becoming Martha / Bloom Pillow – Creatively Living / Twisted Bangs for Short Hair – A Cup Full of Sass / DIY Headband Holders – Wait Til Your Father Gets Home

Now let’s see what you have been up to this week!

A few things to remember when linking up…

  1. Please link to a specific post on your blog, not the homepage.
  2. Please no ETSY shops or things you are selling.
  3. We would love for you to pin projects, but please click through to the original post to pin.
  4. By linking up to the Monday Funday Party, you are giving the 8 blogs listed above permission to feature your project{s} on our social media outlets, blogs, and in a collage if picked as weekly feature.
  5. Click on lots of links and visit the fabulous blogs! Let’s put the FUN in Monday Funday!
  6. We love pinning projects to the Monday Funday Pinterest Board, so be sure and follow it on pinterest.

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    Hello cute lady! I love stopping by your party each week, it’s amazing! I hope you get a chance to stop by our party that starts tonight at 7 pm. That would be fabulous! Lou Lou Girls

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