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DIY Mom

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DIY Mom

Year: 2020
Starring: Rebekah Higgs
Genre: Lifestyle

She’s strong, She’s resourceful and She’s incredibly hands on. Join Rebekah Higgs
as she tackles the ultimate attic makeover. With easy to follow DIY tutorials and great interior design and decor ideas, Rebekah transforms her ancient attic into a whimsical play space fit for any family.


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Episodes

Episode 1

New season, new renovation. We're tearing down the house in this episode of DIY Mom. It's time to break out the safety glasses and face masks once again as Rebekah begins the demolition of her attic space. Follow along with Rebekah as she simplifies paper-mâché and creates a stunning Unicorn head for the playroom.

Episode 2

With demolition now complete and the junk hauled off, it's time to start prepping for the play space. DIY Mom shows us how to install the works; Foam venting,vapor barrier and drywall. We'll also get our first glimpse into Rebekah's design vision as she shares with us how to make hand-painted puppy pillows.

Episode 3

It's time to spruce things up in the attic! Lennon teaches us how to roll with the paint and reveals a secret crush. With prep out of the way, Rebekah becomes eager to begin decorating and teaches us how to make Pom-Pom cushions. Meanwhile, the spruce flooring in the attic gets a face-lift.

Episode 4

Lennon prepares for a party while the construction of the cubby beds gets challenging. When stars align, Rebekah gets "Tucked" in with her playful pal. The completed cubbies wrap up the first half of the attic when topped with a simple DIY duvet.

Episode 5

It's time to tackle the railings in this episode of DIY Mom. Rebekah reflects on her childhood when the queen of 80's DIY returns. Nightmares turn to day terrors when the radiator cover haunts Rebekah. Renos may throw challenges but every challenge comes with rainbow decals and plentiful pillows to conquer it.

Episode 6

In this season finale of DIY MOM, Rebekah brings Paris to the stairwell by installing a marvelous mural. Cobbled streets get a run for their money when Rebekah shows us how to install a staircase runner. Lennon reminds us the importance of play. The final touches are made in the attic to reveal its whimsical transformation.

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