Disclosure: This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. All opinions are my own.
It’s that time again! I’m hosting another Do-It Herself Workshop for The Home Depot, and this time we are making a fun holiday project! I will be hosting in Chattanooga, Tennessee this time, on November 19, from 6:30-8pm. We will be learning how to make a cute DIY Wooden Stocking Hanger, so be sure to grab some friends and come out for a fun girl’s night! Not in Chattanooga? No worries — these workshops are happening nationwide. REGISTER HERE for a FREE workshop near you.
The thing that I love most about these workshops is that it’s an awesome opportunity to empower women to learn how to build and make things for themselves. DIH Workshops are held monthly (the third Thursday of the month) at The Home Depot stores nationwide, and provide women with a chance to get DIY advice from pros as well as an opportunity to get hands-on. It’s such a fun “girl’s night out” event too!
I’m excited to be getting a head start on my holiday decorating with this project. These wooden stocking hangers are so cute! I made my own and put my own design spin on it, and I’ll be sharing that with you soon. Meanwhile, you can see the past DIH Workshop projects I’ve built here, here and here.
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