Happy Monday friends, its DIY Workshop with The Home Depot time again! As a quick reminder, I've teamed up The Home Depot as a DIY Influencer to host DIY Workshops in store. Teaming up with the The Home Depot is fun opportunity to share with you fun DIY building projects, that are skill building helping build confidence using power tools and taking you though the building process from start to finish, My first Workshop was Building a DIY Vertical Planter, the next project was Building a DIY BBQ Grill Cart. I had an absolute blast co-hosting the workshops and hanging out with The Home Depot teams at each store.
As you know, The Home Depot is the go to spot for tools, supplies and projects both big and small, they have it covered. For the September DIY Workshop, my friends will be sharing how to build a DIY Hanging Planter. For the upcoming workshop in September, I'll be in England visiting my bestie and unable to attend, boo! However, I'm still building a DIY Customized version of the hanging planter and will share very soon along with a quick how to.
My fellow DIY Workshop Blogger friends will be at various locations around the country hosting DIY Workshops at Home Depot stores. I hope your able to join them at the store locations, please see below for more information.
Please stop by my friends blogs for more details:
. I'm so looking forward to seeing the DIY Customized Version of the hanging planter my DIY buddies made!
Please click here to register for the DIY Hanging Planter Workshop
. Also my friends will be live Tweeting and Instagram during the Workshop, please check out #DIYWorkshop to see what they're up to.
I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in this Workshops Program. As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting
. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. This post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.