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Hello and happy Monday, friends! I have some exciting news to share. Last year, The Home Depot (my happy place!) invited me to be one of six bloggers on their first-ever DIY Workshops Team. We built a vertical planter, rolling grill cart, hanging plant stand, and holiday wreath trio and we taught folks how to make these projects in-store. I had a blast gallivanting around the country hosting the workshops in-person and it was such an incredible honor and joy to work with The Home Depot.
I am THRILLED to announce that I am on the DIY Workshops team again this year and it’s going to be even bigger and better than last year! This year, instead of hosting the workshops in-store, I’ve hand-picked four of my DIY blogger besties and they’re going to be joining me in hosting this month’s “Virtual DIY Workshop.”
- Katie, Bower Power Blog
- Rachel, Shades of Blue Interiors
- Aniko, Place of My Taste
- Chelsea, Making Home Base
We’ll be making this Wooden Doormat:
Next week, we’ll each be sharing our customized versions of this project and we’d love for you to join in the fun and make your own! Click the button below to register for the DIY Workshop at your local Home Depot store to learn how to make a DIY Wooden Doormat.
The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their store locations. There are three types of Workshops: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH), and Kids. We especially love taking our kiddos to the Kids Workshops every month.
Here are a few fun photos of our most recent outing:
We love that Home Depot offers these free workshops because folks can come and learn how to build home decor projects, make easy home repairs and renovations, and safely operate tools through the demonstrations and step-by-step instructions.
Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Want to learn more? Visit http://workshops.homedepot.com and be sure to mark your calendar to attend the DIY Workshop this month!
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