My participation in the DIY Workshop is sponsored by The Home Depot. All opinions are my own. See below for additional disclosure.
I am so very excited to share this news with you all today!! On Saturday, November 8th, at 10am, I’ll be co-hosting a Holiday DIY Workshop at The Home Depot, the place where they continually offer free workshops for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels. I’m in The Home Depot about once a week, whether it’s to buy supplies, browse for inspiration, or obsess over the pretty tools I want to add to my Christmas wish list. So, this partnership with them has me on Cloud 9!
The project we’ll be creating is adorable! And the best part is it’s really pretty easy, but this Holiday Tree Yard Decor will make such a statement in your holiday decorations! I can’t wait to start building mine!
These DIY Holiday Trees are the perfect way to add a little character to your front yard Christmas decorations. I love showing our Christmas spirit not only throughout the house but also in the front, and I know I’m not alone. I mean, have you SEEN the lines of cars going through the neighborhoods with the best Christmas lights?! Every year, we are one of those cars.
Why not bring the cars to see your holiday display that includes these cute DIY Holiday Trees you made YOURSELF at the The Home Depot DIY Holiday Workshop.
Do-It-Yourself Workshops at The Home Depot are great for anyone who wants to learn how to take on more of their home projects and upgrades. They cover topics ranging from how to tile surfaces to gardening and deck staining, including unique functional projects for both inside and outside your home.
Register for the DIY Holiday Workshop
So let’s get to it!! Register now for a DIY Holiday Workshop in your city or JOIN ME at The Home Depot store #0551 in Plano, Texas, at 6200 W. Park Blvd. from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Will you be joining me at the Holiday DIY Workshop??
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