Isn’t this tombstone Halloween candy holder so cool? I want you guys to build this with me!
Disclosure | This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. As always, I never recommend anything I wouldn’t use in my own home.
DIH Workshops are so much fun! If you’ve never been to one of Home Depot’s DIH Workshops, here’s the low down… 10 bloggers around the country (including me) work on the same project- this tombstone Halloween candy holder- then we all share each others’ fun projects so you guys. You can see all the different spins we’ve put on our projects and get some fun ideas.
Then you sign up to go into your local Home Depot and learn how to make your own. Every Home Depot around the country teaches the same class, so anyone can go in and make the same thing we made! Even if you don’t have any tools or are unsure what you’re doing when it comes to DIY, you can go into a store and make this with the help of The Home Depot professionals.
Register by clicking here.
For this DIH Workshop, we are making this cute tombstone Halloween candy holder. I think it will be perfect for people like me, who take my kids out trick or treating but still want to leave some candy out for the trick or treaters who visit our home. Isn’t it so cute? I just love it! This would be so fun to do with all of my sisters- such a fun and different girls-night-out idea.
All of us bloggers are going to be sharing our finished projects next Monday, the 16th, so make sure to check back and see what the finished project looks like!
I know you guys want to make this too! Space is limited, so make sure you register here. This workshop is held on October 19th at 6:30.
The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels. Three types of Workshops are offered: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH) and Kids. This one is a Do-It-Herself project. Please note that it doesn’t cost anything to attend the workshop in your local store. But if you wish to build your own candy holder, you are responsible for purchasing your own supplies. Get all the details here.
Ok, let’s recap. I’m going to be joining some fun bloggers around the country as we all work on this same project. We’ll each build the same Halloween candy holder, but we’ll put our own little spin on how we build them and decorate them, and then you guys will be able to go into your local store on Thursday, October 19th at 6:30 pm and do the exact same project we did. Make sure you sign up for the workshop (sign up here) because space is limited.