Before & After DIY Contest {In Support of Habitat for Humanity}

Good morning! I’m so excited to be partnering with One Project Closer again this year to help them co-host their annual Before and After DIY contest which raises awareness for Habitat for Humanity.


I love Habitat for Humanity and this is such a great opportunity to enter to win a prize for yourself and a prize to help others. 

Contest Overview:

  • Readers submit up to three Before & After home improvement projects that they have personally completed {no contracted jobs}.
  • One winner will be selected by a co-host {that would be me this week} and will receive a $50 gift card to Home Depot, Lowes, or Amazon {winner’s choice} and $100 will be donated to Habitat for Humanity in their honor.
  • There are 13 different chances to win with 13 different weekly co-hosts, along with OPC The Better Half.
  • Contest runs June 20th – September 22.
  • Grand prize voting starts September 26th between all the weekly winners.
  • Grand prize winner will be given a $150 gift card to HD, Lowes, or Amazon!
  • Follow OPC on FB for contest updates and features.

 The Humble Brag Supporting Habitat for Humanity

How to Enter:

  • Link up your DIY Before & After projects or submit via email to, which means you don’t have to be a blogger to play along.
  • No matter where you link up, it is shown on both blogs, OPC The Better Half and the co-host – that means double the exposure!

You’ll see the Linky party at the end of this post, so if you have a project to enter, feel free to do so now! I will choose the winner of this week’s contest by Sunday night, September 15th.

Next week, my friend Cassity at Remodelaholic will be hosting this party and then on September 26th Grand Prize Voting Begins!

Have fun entering! I’m excited to go through all the projects!



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