This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.  See full disclosure below regarding DIH Workshop.*  

Are you excited for spring and summer yet? Are you dreaming of planting flowers, herbs and veggies? I know I am.  There is something so awesome about spring.  New life popping up everywhere and the chance to spend some time outdoors without FREEZING and that’s why I am so thrilled to share this wonderful opportunity with you! 

For the first time (and hopefully not the last) I’m partnering with The Home Depot and their DIH Workshops (Do It Herself – I love that title).  Next week your local The Home Depot will be hosting DIH Workshops and the project is this beautiful (AND SO EASY TO MAKE) Hanging Gutter Planter.   The Home Depot DIH Workshops Hanging Gutter Planter
Click To Sign Up - The Home Depot Do-It-Herself Workshop Hanging Gutter ORANGEWhen you sign up for your local The Home Depot DIH Workshop you can get all of your supplies right there in the store and get a mix of associate led instruction, demonstration, and some hands-on learning.  You can do this!  

Do It Herself Workshop Graphic

Grab your friends and plan a fun girl’s night out at one of the workshops.  When you’re done building your Hanging Gutter Planters pick out some pretty plants to fill it up. I picked a mix of herbs, veggies and some annuals.  I have a few more to buy, I’m looking for some yellow flowers, and then I’ll be finished.   

The Home Depot Do-It Herself Workshops

I’ll be showing you my version of this next Monday (04-11) along with links to 4 other awesome bloggers who will be sharing theirs as well.Green Sign Up

hugs, mb new logo March 2016

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