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11 Spring Projects to Tackle Right Now

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

Despite having snowed in Chicago last week, I’m only looking forward and reminding myself that it is, in fact, officially spring! For today’s Monday Rewind, I’m doing things a little differently. Instead of sharing one post from the past, I’ve rounded up 11 projects we’ve previously shared that you can tackle right now! From prepping your lawn to building yourself that porch swing once and for all, these projects range from beginner level to seasoned DIYers. Happy spring, friends!

Tip: Click on any numbered title to take you to the full post.

1| Prep your grass to thrive in the warmer months ahead

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

2| Paint your front door

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

3| Add landscape lighting to your outdoor garden

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  How to add landscape lighting to your outdoor garden, via Yellow Brick Home

4| Reapply stain to your decks + porches

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

5| Build a table for future gatherings on your patio

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

6| Build a trellis and watch your garden climb

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

7| DIY planter boxes (as long as you wish!)

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

8| Get your grill ready and make a mean turkey burger

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

9| Make your own rope swing

How to make a DIY rope swing // via Yellow Brick Home

10| Stain your fence black

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home

11| Build a swing for your front porch

11 Spring projects to tackle right now!  From lawn prep to porch swings to cleaning your grill, we've got you covered. via Yellow Brick Home
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  • Carli3.22.21 - 10:51 AM

    So many great projects! I want to do them all!!!😍ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca3.22.21 - 3:16 PM

    Great ideas! The rope swing is my favorite! :)ReplyCancel

  • Tara C3.23.21 - 7:30 PM

    This is exactly the post I needed! The link for “Prep Your Grass for the Warmer Months” is leading to an instagram post instead of the blog post. Is that intended? I couldn’t find the blog post after trying several different word combos in the search bar. Would love to read the blog post all about the Two Flat’s Grass. Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • Kim3.24.21 - 8:31 AM

      Yup, it was an Instagram project! The products we used are laid out in the caption, and we just followed the instructions on the bags. Jonathan Green has the most amazing products for lawn – we’ll be sharing more this spring!ReplyCancel

  • Cemre3.24.21 - 2:47 AM

    Great ideas and as you said it’s so easy!ReplyCancel

  • Gustavo Woltmann3.25.21 - 11:52 PM

    Some great suggestions. Thanks a ton. ReplyCancel

  • Suzie3.28.21 - 9:44 PM

    Ooh – I’ve been thinking about repainting/staining my deck but had no idea where to even start! Love the color you picked (also had a gray that ended up more blue). Do you find that the new color you picked shows dirt easily? That’s my only concern with going lighter!ReplyCancel

    • Kim3.29.21 - 9:11 AM

      No more than the previous color! But if you’re concerned with too much dirt showing, I’d choose a mid-tone color. No matter what, the dirt will start to wear evenly, so it’s mostly a matter of surviving the first week of ‘dirt’ before it all evens out, haha.ReplyCancel

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