This Post is Sponsored by The Home Depot all opinions are 100% my own.
Hello Friends! Today I get to share some exciting news with you! I’ve partnered with The Home Depot and some amazing bloggers to bring to you this months project for the DIH (Do It Herself) workshop going on at your local Home Depot. They offer three different workshops, DIY (Do It Yourself), DIH (Do It Herself) and a workshop for kids. These are offered for all ages and experience levels.
This months project for the #DIHWorkshop will be a super cute wooden Tombstone Candy Holder! If you’ve been following along on my blog or social media, you know by now that Halloween is my most favorite. This project was perfect for me! I also love that I will be able to use it this year in my home to hold all of that Halloween candy I buy for the Trick O’ Treaters. Though I am pretty sure I eat more than I give out.
You can see all the details on how to create this super cute build on October 16th! Be sure to check back and make sure you also check out the other bloggers as we will be putting our own personal touches on them! I actually can’t wait to see all of them completed myself!
DIH Tombstone Candy Holder
The Turquoise Home
Inspiration for Moms
Shades of Blue Interiors
A Pumpkin and A Princess
The Creative Mom
Make It Love It
My Repurposed Life
If you’d like to sign up for one of these amazing workshops at your local Home Depot you can do so [HERE]
If you’ve ever attended a workshop at The Home Depot and would like to provide feedback, you can do that by using this form [HERE]. Your responses help The Home Depot improve their classes based on your experiences.
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today and be sure to check back October 16th to see all the completed projects!
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