This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. See full disclosure below regarding DIH Workshop.* I’m loving how this Cement Coastal Serving Tray turned out!!! Cement projects are a huge trend this summer and this tray is a great way to kick off your summer vacation. You know I love my nod to the beach so I added some fun coastal elements to my cement tray.
This Thursday evening is the DIH ( Do It Herself ) Workshop at your local Home Depot where you can learn how to make this cement serving tray.
So give mine a nautical, beachy look I used hooks and rope for my handles.
And I added a seashell anchor in the center of the tray.
I just love how it turned out! It’s a great project because you can truly customize it to your style.
Here you can see a closeup of the eye-hooks where I tied off the ropes to make a coastal nautical handle.
I love the seashell anchor details too. Such a fun project!
Now don’t forget… this Thursday at 6:30 pm at your local store you can learn how to make a cement tray too!
And don’t forget Home Depot has other great workshops too. On the third Thursday of every month it’s GNO (Girl’s Night Out) at The Home Depot! These are the perfect workshops for all newbie DIYers and/or you experienced DIYer. All skill levels are welcome! So don’t be intimated… sign-up!
The Home Depot also offers a DIY Workshop and they have the fun Kid’s Workshops as well.
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