Tombstone Candy Holder with DIH Home Depot
This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. See full disclosure below regarding DIH Workshop.*
I love Fall DIY projects!!! This month’s DIH Workshop project is this Tombstone Candy Holder. What a fun project to make for your porch for Halloween.
Tombstone Candy Holder
Next Monday I’ll be sharing my version of this fun project so you can see the variety of options you’ll have when you learn how to make one of your own!
SO HERE’S THE DIH WORKSHOP DETAILS:
WHEN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19TH AT 6:30 PM
WHERE: YOUR LOCAL HOME DEPOT
WHO: FOR ANY AND ALL DIY LOVIN’ LADIES
WHY: BECAUSE IT’S SO MUCH FUN
If you love DIY or if you’re new to DIY, this is the perfect workshop – all skill levels are welcome. DIH Workshops are the perfect GNO, so text your friends and make a night of it.
You can sign-up here:
On the third Thursday of every month it’s GNO at The Home Depot! These are the perfect workshops for all newbie DIYers and/or you experienced DIYer. All skill levels are welcome! I love attending the DIH Workshops and watching women learn how to work with power tools and try DIY projects for the first time! So don’t be intimated… sign-up! The Home Depot also offers a DIY Workshop (like how to install tile) and they have the fun Kid’s Workshops as well.
Next Monday myself and some other amazing bloggers will be sharing our customized versions of this Tombstone Candy Holder – so make sure you check in next Monday for lots of creative inspiration!
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Do you actually make one in the class or is it just a demonstration? Also, is there a fee for materials? Can’t wait to see what yours looks like!
Hi Jen! Each Home Depot operates their workshops a little differently. Some do a demonstration and others offer a class. I’d suggest calling your local store to see how your Home Depot handles them. I hope you get a chance to go!
Austin, TX – It is a demonstration on how to make one.
Hi Austin, TX!!! 🙂 Every store handles their workshops differently. You’ll want to call and find out what your store does.
This is adorable. I would love having something like this, because I think we will be placing the candy out front for the kids to help themselves, because I am not sure if we will be home this year. Have anyone done THS before, if so, how did it workout?
Have I left candy out? No, can’t say I have. I’d certainly hope people would be thoughful and only take 1-2 pieces, but you never know.