Holiday season is in full swing! Which means fun gift ideas and holiday songs until you’re dizzy off of eggnog and happiness! Speaking of gift ideas, gift cards are great holiday present, but let’s face it, they’re also not the most creative option. Coming from someone who loves giving creative gifts, this poses a huge problem for me. So, I was really excited when my good friends at The Home Depot asked me to come up …
To help spread the word about The Home Depot’s Do-It-Herself (DIH) Workshops, myself and a handful of awesomely talented bloggers were asked to share our spin on a cute wooden wheelbarrow project. Well, today is the day for our big virtual party, and here’s my take! A fun home address wheelbarrow! Here’s how I made mine, and how YOU can make your own at a FREE workshop near your home!
When my friends at The Home Depot asked me to participate in their 2016 DIY Challenge, I was stoked! But, then they told me that my surprise material was millwork… what. Honestly, the only time I’ve ever used millwork from Home Depot was fixing the moulding in our home. So, needless to say, my feelings of excitement turned to feelings of pure fear. Luckily, I’m kind of crazy, and decided to go to my local store to stare at the millwork section for a bit. That’s when I came up with this X-Base Lamp!
Welcome to The Home Depot’s DIY Workshop Virtual Party! Today is the day that I finally get to show you guys my spin on that super cool wooden door mat DIY that I spoke about in last week’s post! I chose to add a fun geometric spin to this DIY and turned my boards horizontal to maximize the look of my mat. This project was super fun, really easy, and extremely inexpensive. If you want to make your own this weekend, you can visit your local Home Depot for a FREE workshop! Hey, if you love my spin on the project, you can print out this post and bring it with you!