*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot
Hey, guys! It’s time for the fourth and final installment of the 2016 DIY Workshop series I’ve been doing with The Home Depot. If you recall, the first three projects were the DIY Wooden Doormat, DIY Football Toss Game, and DIY Rustic Wheelbarrow. This go round we are getting into the Christmas spirit and making a DIY Christmas Stocking Post.
The DIY Workshops are held in Home Depot stores all around the country and are designed to introduce people to building with hands on learning and fun projects. At the workshop you’ll be able to buy the materials and build the whole thing right there. I’ll be making my own customized version of the stocking post, and here is what the great folks at The Home Depot will help you make when you go to the workshop.
And just like the other workshops, I’m inviting 4 of my blogging buds to build along with me. Here’s who’s joining me:
- Amy from Her Toolbelt
- Rachel from Shades of Blue Interiors
- Adam from Lazy Guy DIY
- April from Uncookie Cutter
And in case you are wondering about these workshops or have never heard of them before here are some details.
- The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels
- There are three types of Workshops offered – Do-ItYourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH) and Kids
- Customers can learn how to build decor projects, how to make easy home repairs and how to operate tools through demonstrations and step-by-step instructions
- Visit workshops.homedepot.com to learn more
Go get registered for the DIY Holiday Stocking Post so you can be ready for Christmas! Just click the link below:
I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in this Workshops Program (the “Program”). As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting The Home Depot. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. My post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Codes and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.