This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Last month I shared a my customized version of the October Home Depot workshop making a candy holder, when I created the Fortune Teller Candy Holder inspired from one of my favorite 80’s movies. This month we are full-steam ahead into Christmas decor and the #DIYWorkshop for November is this darling Holiday Tree Shelf!
I love that it is small enough that it can be hung just about anywhere but it also multi-purpose with being decorative, and also functional with the hooks.
This is a super simple project that will be demonstrated in the FREE workshop (some workshops let you build along with them), and then they will have all the materials ready for you to purchase and make your own!
I’ve already figured out what I’m going to do for my customized version of this that I will be sharing next Monday on my blog (along with the tutorial), and I CAN’T WAIT to get started! BUT, I also want to make sure you all get a chance to register for this fun workshop ahead of time– your local Home Depot won’t hold the workshop if enough people aren’t registered ahead of time.
When is it?
THURSDAY, November 16TH, 6:30-8PM
The Home Depot offers fun Workshops at all of their store locations. As you may have heard, there are three types of workshops:
I love these free workshops held by Home Depot because you can come and learn how to make easy home repairs and renovations and build fun home decor projects. I personally know several friends and family members who have participated in these various workshops and have LOVED what they learned and what they brought home.
If you have attended a workshop in the past at Home Depot, they would LOVE to have some of your feedback! Please feel free to use this form to let them know what changes to make. our experience and response helps The Home Depot make the improvements you want to see.
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