I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that I’m a little obsessed with my power tools; It’s no secret that I’ve been getting a little hands-on (or should that read handsy) with them lately. 😀 Well what can I say? I love beautiful things for less, that is guaranteed great quality, and that I can say I did myself!
I love beautiful things for less, that is guaranteed great quality, and that I can say I did myself!
Which is exactly why I’m always excited to partner with my friends at The Home Depot…they help me get my DIY on.
In case you didn’t already know, The Home Depot offers workshops at all of their locations for all ages and experience levels. Now you can learn how to build décor projects, make repairs, and operate tools with hands-on help and demonstrations. There is a Do-It-Yourself workshops (DIY), Do-It-Herself workshops (that’s right girl, rock those power tools!), and a Kids workshop. See, something for everyone!
This upcoming holiday project is no exception. Myself and 25 other awesome blogger friends are excited to join in a virtual party where we’ll be showing you how we put our own spin on this DIY Holiday Stocking Post, and just in time for you to learn how to make your own at The Home Depot!
Get ready to join in the fun by signing up here for the upcoming workshop to make the DIY Holiday Stocking Post, and also be sure to stop by the blog for the virtual party happening next week (November 14th). Oh, and follow along (and post pictures) using #DIYWorkshop.
I can’t wait to see your DIY!
**A special shoutout to my peeps at The Home Depot for hosting this virtual party! The Home Depot is my real life one-stop-shop for building and DIY needs, so I’m pretty honored to be a part of this virtual party. I receive compensation for the DIY, but all thoughts, opinions, and words are always my own.