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DIY Mom Christmas Special

DIY Mom Christmas Special - Poster

DIY Mom Christmas Special

Year: 2018
Duration: 22 minutes
Genre: Lifestyle

Join DIY MOM, Rebekah Higgs as she decorated her home for the

holidays on a budget. Building off her season 1 renovations, Rebekah
takes her home decor from every day rustic glam to an affordable
themed Christmas of Wood, Fire and Roses. On a mission to be ready for
a huge charity home tour event, Rebekah creates harvest table place
settings, decorates 2 Christmas trees, goes on a garland treasure hunt
and a discovers her favorite new DIY Hack. Laugh, learn and watch with
the whole family. There is a design idea for every home and every
budget.

*Coming Soon*

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