This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Every year around this time I get the itch to start my Christmas decorating (and I know I'm not the only one). Thanks to The Home Depot's DIH Workshop, I got started a little early this year! If you want to get a jump start on your Christmas decor and you would like to try your hand at a simple DIY project, then you will love the project featured at this month's DIH workshop…The Wooden Stocking Hanger.
Check it out:
Isn't it adorable?! Come out and learn how to make one at your local Home Depot this month during their free DIH Workshop! There are so many ways to customize this project to fit into your decor. I made one last week and I put my own personal twist on it. I have to say, I love the way it turned out and I can't wait to show it to you!
PLEASE CLICK HERE to register for a workshop in your area!
The Home Depot DIH Workshops. are FREE, live, in-store workshops held throughout the country for Do-it-Herselfers of ALL ages and skill levels. These workshops offer step-by-step instructions on how to make simple home improvement projects with easy to operate power tools. Whether you are an experienced DIY-er or have never touched a power tool in your life, these interactive, demonstration-style workshops are a great opportunity to pick up tips and advice from the pros! These workshops are held on the third Thursday of each month at all Home Depot locations. Throughout the year I will be co-hosting live DIH workshops at various Home Depot stores.
This month I will be hosting the DIH Workshop live from Toledo, Ohio located at 3200 Secor Road Toledo, Oh 43606.
If you live in the Toledo area, I would love to see you there! Please don't forget to pre-register. In addition to hosting the live workshop, I will also be sharing my customized version of this project right here on the blog. The Home Depot challenged me to make a personalized version of the Wooden Stocking Hanger and I am in love with the way it turned out. I'll be back next week to share it with you!
*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot