This post is in collaboration with Home Depot. Create your own Tombstone Candy Holder at your local Home Depot HERE.
Hi friends! Can you believe Halloween is right around the corner? I’m so excited about our Halloween costume theme this year! It seems like October is flying by but we did have a chance to finish decorating last weekend. My mantle is complete in black & white décor, we added a Halloween village on top of our piano, and some kid-friendly Halloween decorations to our porch. Including a new DIY Halloween candy holder! I’m so excited to partner with Home Depot to share their latest DIH workshop: Tombstone Candy Holder.
As part of the DIH Virtual Party I’m joining a group of 10 bloggers to share our projects inspired by the Tombstone Candy Holder. We will reveal our final projects next week but you can sign up for the Home Depot Workshop HERE before slots fill up! This will be offered at your local Home Depot store on October 19th.
The Home Depot offers workshops for all ages and experience levels. My kids love their Kid friendly workshops, one of the 3 types of workshops offered. You can also find Do-it-Yourself (DIY) and Do-It-Herself (DIH) workshops. These classes are typically offered at no cost to attend and you’re welcome to buy the supplies at Home Depot to make the projects at home. This is perfect for a girl’s night out craft night!
I’m excited to share how my project turned out. Sign up HERE to make your own on October 19th!