*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. Thank you for supporting the amazing brands that make Reality Daydream possible! *
Well, Halloween is OVER. And I’ve polished off anything worth the calories from the girls’ candy stash. My mind has started transitioning from pumpkin spice and bonfires to that dreaded word: WINTER. And how desperately I don’t want to allow myself to wait until the last minute for Christmas shopping and/or MAKING gifts. When I start in early November (opposed to mid December), I always enjoy the holiday season so much more, and things are so much less chaotic and stressful. That’s reason enough for me not to procrastinate! I don’t want to dread Christmas!
I’ve got a couple small-ish handmade gift ideas in the works that I’ll be sharing tutorials for here on the blog soon! They’re coming together beautifully, and I think you’ll be inspired to MAKE some gifts this year too! And hopefully I’m giving you enough time to feel comfortable creating before the business of the Christmas season sets in.
This month’s DIH Workshop falls right in line with my holiday spirit, AND my desire to create simple building projects to share with you guys. The pic below is the project idea… a Christmas Stocking Box! The Home Depot is challenging a group of us DIY bloggers is to run with it and modify it to make it our own. I have a pretty amazing idea for ours! Are you intrigued?!
Gather up your girlfriends and head to your local Home Depot for some building fun! No experience necessary! This is a great opportunity to get your feet wet with power tools if you’re previously been intimidated. This event is happening next Thursday, so mark your calendars and REGISTER HERE!!!
- Stocking Hanger Box DIH Workshop
- Your local Home Depot
- Thursday, Nov 16th, 2017
I love that The Home Depot offers workshops at all of their locations… Do It Yourself (DIY), Do It Herself (DIH), and Kids! It’s such an amazing and FREE opportunity to learn how to make easy home repairs and renovations and build fun home décor projects! Visit http://workshops.homedepot.com for more info. And if you’ve attended these workshops before, please click this link to provide them with feedback.
Come back next week to see how I (and my buddy bloggers) take this idea and make something unique and fun!