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The Parade of Homes is in full swing! Don’t miss out on your chance to visit the Parade homes while they are still open. {Parade closes August 18.}
One of the most talked about homes on the Salt Lake Parade of Homes is the Daybreak DIY Blogger House built by Bangerter Homes. Over 3,000 people toured the home during the first two weeks of the Parade.
Five local Utah Bloggers teamed up with designer Brian Clark to create something truly remarkable by infusing the DIY spirit into new homes, something that’s never really been attempted before in an organized way.
To start, they took a space and in true DYI style did much of the work themselves. Jenn, author of the blog Tater Tots and Jello, has made her space her own by hand painting the rug.
Shelly, author of the blog The House Of Smiths, is also known for her pantry innovation.
The Idea Room author, Amy, worked on the Mud Room to make a space truly unique with a barn door.
Char, author of Crap I’ve Made, & Laura, from Less Cake More Frosting, teamed up to work on the bedrooms.
These are all amazing and you don’t want to miss!
Leanne, author of the blog “Organize Your Stuff Now“,  loves attending the Parade of Homes because, “I love getting great ideas on projects to make in my own home”.
Read now what other bloggers are saying about the Daybreak Parade of Homes:

Organize Your Stuff Now
What’s Cooking with Ruthie
The Inspired Room
Utah Garden Blog
Gypsy Magpie
Girl Loves Glam
Brassy Apple
Tera Dara
Jordan Valley Home and Garden
Bright Sides
My Best Friends Blog
Skinny from McKinney
Tauni – Snap Conference
The Nester
Studio 5

The do-it-yourself movement is all about creativity, practicality and individual style. Kind of like Daybreak. So for this year’s Parade of Homes, Bangerter Homes is teaming up with an interior designer and five top DIY bloggers to create the DIY Blogger House: a home that celebrates the good life and the DIY spirit.
HOURS: 8 Parade Homes open Monday-Saturday from Noon-9pm
Visit the Glass House Information Center for a map and additional directions to each home.
TICKETS: Can be purchased at the homes or at the Glass House ($15), or you can purchase them online and use discount code SLHBA2012 to get them for $10 each.
Follow the project on Twitter #DIYHouse