Home Depot Workshop: Christmas Wreath Trio

Hi friends, its DIY Workshop time again! As a quick reminder, I've teamed up with The Home Depot as a DIY Influencer to co-host DIY Workshops in Home Depot Stores. Teaming up with The Home Depot has been a great opportunity to share with all of you fun DIY Projects and learn new skills, the workshops take you though the process of building of building from start to finish. 

As you know, The Home Depot is the go to spot for tools, supplies and projects both big and small, they have it covered year round for  the Holidays. For my upcoming workshop, I will be in the The Home Depot Store # 1092, 303 E Lake Merced Blvd in Daly City on November 21st at 10:00 am sharing with you how to create a Christmas Wreath Trio for your front door! I'm super excited about the Holidays and love everything thing that comes along with it, drinking cocoa, creating pretty wreaths hanging lights outside. 

The Home Depot DIY Workshops are typically held on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month are all about skill-building, from teaching how to tile, outdoor projects and fun seasonal projects, associates are on hand to answer questions you may have. Please Click Here to Register for the FREE DIY Workshop: Christmas Wreath Trio 

Join Me! Saturday November 21, 2015 at 10:00 am 
The Home Depot Denver Store # 1092
303 E Lake Merced, CA 94015

I'm looking forward to spending a day in the Bay Area and seeing all my Bay Area friends. Not local to the San Francisoc Bay Area area? Please click here and register for a DIY Workshop near you! Also follow along on my Instagram /Twitter and Facebook on  November 21, 2015 and use the following hashtag #DIYWorkshop to share and see what I'm up to! 

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