This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Hey friends! It’s been a few months since I shared the last DIH workshop I participated in with The Home Depot, so I’m excited to share this announcement that there is a new DIH Workshop coming: A Tombstone Candy Holder!
Isn’t that so cute? I can’t wait to make mine!
This is a great beginner project only involving 1 piece of plywood and it can be completed in just about an hour at your local participating Home Depot!
We probably won’t be hanging around home on Halloween night, as we usually join up with friends in other neighborhoods. Buuuuut this cute candy holder will be sitting on our front porch, and I KNOW you wanna make one too! 😉
Any ideas of how I should customize/change it?! I wanna hear what you wanna see me make!
This week I will be creating my unique version of this project and will be sharing it next Monday, so be sure to SIGN UP for the class and then come back here next week to see what I make!
SO WHEN IS THE DIH WORKSHOP FOR THIS
TOMBSTONE CANDY HOLDER??
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19TH, 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 and let them know how they can improve!
Check out my other customized projects from different Home Depot Workshops below:
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