This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. See full disclosure below regarding DIH Workshop.* I love how this DIY Plaid Scarecrow Candy Holder turned out! This month’s DIH (Do It Herself) Workshop at Home Depot will teach you how to make your own Candy Holder.
This Thursday evening is the DIH ( Do It Herself ) Workshop at your local Home Depot where you can learn how to make this your own. I love this project because you can customize it to fit your Halloween / Harvest decor style.
I loved this cute scarecrow that I found at my local Home Depot. They have a variety of cute ones to choose from. I loved the plaid shirt on this one and decided to duplicate that plaid look on my candy box.
I used a gorgeous dark gray chalky paint for the back of the candy holder and the majority of the box. Then I used acrylic craft paints in colors similar to the scarecrow’s plaid shirt to create the plaid front of the candy box.
I kept the edges of the plaid rough, unfinished as I wanted it to look as if a piece of the shirt had been torn and placed on the front.
Such a cute addition to our front porch!
NOW DON’T FORGET…
YOU CAN LEARN HOW TO MAKE A CANDY HOLDER 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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