*this post proudly sponsored by The Home Depot*
I am so incredibly excited to share some great news with you. Those of you who are regulars know how much I LOVE The Home Depot! I often refer to it as my “happiest place on earth” because I can just spend hours browsing, and find things I never knew they had! But on most visits, it’s usually just a quick run and grab what I need for a project—in either case, it is my go to place for all of my do it yourself needs.
But, maybe you’re asking yourself, why am I sharing all this today? The Home Depot asked me to participate in a “virtual” party and do my own spin on a DIH Hanging Gutter Planter. If you haven’t heard of DIH, let me explain. They have workshops in their stores for Kids, Do It Yourselfers and Women. Those particular workshops are called Do It Herself, hence DIH. Last month’s DIH was a Wooden Door Mat-click that link to see my friend Kim’s version. Our friend Mindi made an awesome reversible wooden door mat as well.
April’s DIH Workshop with The Home Depot is this lovely hanging gutter planter. Attending this month’s DIH Workshop is a great time to hangout with other women and feel empowered making something for your home. So, gather your friends and make a date to meet on Thursday, April 21 at The Home Depot to make this beautiful hanging gutter planter for your porch or patio.
(Thursday, April 21 from 6:30-8 is the time for my local store, be sure to check the site for a store near you for their date and time)
Again, here’s what The Home Depot offers:
- The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels.
- There are three types of Workshops offered – Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH) and Kids.
- Customers can learn how to build décor projects, how to make easy home repairs and how to operate tools through demonstrations and step-by-step instructions.
Visit The Home Depot #DIYWorkshops to see the classes scheduled for your area.
I’ve already put my planter together, and I have to say it is perfect for it’s new location. I’m so anxious to show it to you, but you will have to wait till next week to see it. The virtual party goes live on April 11, when you can see my project and how my blog friends spin this planter in their own special way. #DIHWorkshop
In the meanwhile, contact The Home Depot and make plans to attend a #DIYWorkshop in the near future—if not for this gutter planter project, perhaps you will find another DIY Workshop to help you learn a new skill.
As for me, you can find me several times a week at my local Home Depot buying lumber, screws, or tools!
disclosure: Thanks so much to The Home Depot for allowing me to participate in this virtual party. I was provided the materials and compensated for my time.