Chelsey Andrews

DIY-ify: What’s your home improvement schedule?

Raise your hand if you have a home improvement list longer than your house is tall… I know I can’t be the only one. Home improvement can be frustrating and overwhelming (not to mention spendy). Better Homes and Gardens has offered up a guide to inspire you to split your home improvement into 12 months. The idea is to plan out your updates and tie them to a specific season, your budget, weather, and life.

It’s the middle of September, what home improvement and DIY plans do you have? We are prepping for the cool weather. My husband and I need to clean our gutters, replace filters, and check our 90-year-old home for leaks in the windows and doors. We are also finishing up a little picket fence around the home before the weather goes downhill.

I made some free printables for you to enjoy. I’m hoping this will help you get more organized and plan out your year of home improvements! There are links below for each month to print (including a blank list).

Free monthly checklist printables:

// January // February // March // April // May // June // July // August //

// September // October // November // December // Blank //

- Chelsey, The Paper Mama

9 Responses to “ DIY-ify: What’s your home improvement schedule? ”

  1. I couldn’t print the monthly check lists. They were too big for my printer

    Mary Jo Peer

  2. Also couldn’t print lists as they are too big for printer

  3. If you do a print preview and shrink it down to 30% it should work for you ladies (Mary Jo Peer and Patricia)

  4. Same for me! TOO big!

  5. There should be a “fit to screen” button on most printers. I hope it works!

  6. There should be a “fit to paper” button on most printers (in options). I hope it works!

  7. There should be a “fit to paper” button on most printers (in the options). I hope it works!

  8. Can’t decide whether the comments make me wanna laugh or cry. Free download, yet the takers leave such barky and terse comments as if it’s the writer’s problem they don’t know how to use their own printer. Wow.

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