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Home Depot Workshop – Rustic Wheelbarrow

Hello again!  I was recently invited by Jenn of Build Basic to participate in a Home Depot Workshop Virtual Party.  Let me explain…as many of you may know, Home Depot offers wonderful classes designed to teach you how to do it yourself, or DIY.  I can’t tell you how many people ask me to make them replicas of my projects, and while it’s all very flattering, I think it would be awesome if more people had the courage to pick up a power tool and start playing around.  That’s where these workshops come in handy.  They have professionals leading step by step tutorials on how to create your very own projects, like this fun rustic wheelbarrow.  And you get to play with power tools, which is the most fun part ever!

This post has been sponsored by The Home Depot.

The Home Depot DIH workshops - register to learn to make this Rustic Wheelbarrow! Find local classes here - http://thd.co/2bOQZIu UncookieCutter.com

So, what’s a virtual party you ask?  Okay, maybe you didn’t ask, but I’m going to tell you anyway!  A group of us bloggers are coming together to build the project featured in the next workshop, but putting our own little spin on it.  This month they will be teaching women in a DIH, or do it HERSELF workshop.  I’m just all heart eyes over here at the thought of a bunch of women getting together with a bunch of power tools. Anyway, this month they will be teaching you how to make this cool little rustic wheelbarrow.

The Home Depot DIH workshops - register to learn to make this Rustic Wheelbarrow! Find local classes here - http://thd.co/2bOQZIu UncookieCutter.com

 

Home Depot actually offers all kinds of workshops, from little house fixes, to crafty projects to fun backyard games.  Click HERE to check out the classes and register for yourself and the best part?  They are FREE!  Woot-woot!

The Home Depot DIH workshops - register to learn to make this Rustic Wheelbarrow! Find local classes here - http://thd.co/2bOQZIu UncookieCutter.com

Make sure to stop back here next Monday to see what we all came up with, including my own little spin on the rustic wheelbarrow.  I can’t wait to see what my blogging buddies come up with and I’d love to see your project too!  You can register to build your own rustic wheelbarrow, then use the hashtag #DIHworkshop so we can all find your version of the rustic wheelbarrow.

*I am partnering with The Home Depot for the purposes of promoting their DIH workshops. I received 
compensation for this posts and all associated posts. I really do think this is a great way for people to start using power tools and learn fun stuff.  All opinions in this and all my posts are completely 
my own.

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to check out your local workshops HERE!

April

Rustic Wheelbarrow – The Home Depot DIH Workshop

 

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31 Comments

  1. This is so awesome! I have never attended one of the DIH workshops, but I’d like to. I can do a few things with power tools, but I want to learn how to do more! I need to check my local store asap!

  2. This is so exciting for you to be working with Home Depot, you are so talented! That wheelbarrow is so cute, I am excited to see what you came up with.

  3. I love that little wheelbarrow! I have done two of the Home Depot workshops with my son but those seem so long ago. They would make a great fall activity. Can’t wait to see what you do with the wheelbarrow.

  4. Great info April! I know yours will turn out great! I need to pick up the power tools more…. I was almost there then I got pregnant! I blame everything on the pregnancy LOL

  5. That’s pretty cool. I’m curious, are the workshops only for adults or do they allow kids in? Or perhaps they have separate classes for them?

    Thanks.

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