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Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas // Make A Joyful Holiday DIY Project

11.12.14
The Design Confidential for Home Depot's DIHWorkshop and Joyful Holiday Lighted Marquee Sign

‘Tis the Season my friends, for holiday making a plenty, because no holiday is complete without a few handmade goodies to trim your mantles and stuff your stockings with.

For those of you who are local, I hope you will join me at the Sacramento area’s Elk Grove Home Depot on November 20! I will be showing you how to make this fabulous festive project and mingling with you gorgeous folks as well. We can chat about all things power tool and DIY, yahoo!

There will even be a giveaway or two for those of you who can make it out for all of the fun. So grab your girls and head on down to your local Home Depot for this legendary DIH (Do It Herself) Workshop and bring some Joy to your home this season.

Click Here to register today. If you aren’t local I will be sad not to see you, but you just might happen to be near one of the other blogger hosted events throughout the country. These other fine ladies will be there with bells on (maybe not literally… or maybe they will?) and super excited to see you too!

Ana White – Ana // San Diego, CA

Handmade Charlotte – Rachel & Addie // Atlanta, GA

Décor and the Dog – Michelle // Des Moines, IA

House of Earnest – Erin // Columbus, OH

Sunshine and Sippy Cups – Meagan // Yakima, WA

Two Ellie – Paula // Birmingham, AL

You can find the nearest fun store that will be hosting this holiday DIH Workshop by clicking here. Can’t wait to see you!

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