Today’s post is brought to you by The Home Depot and Martha Stewart / With school just around the corner, my mind always turns to two things: having extra creative time at my disposal (yay!) and needing to find practical ways to stay organized in the new year. This year, I am very excited to say that Home Depot is partnering with Mrs. Do-It-Herself, Martha Stewart, to bring creating and organization together in their Do-It-Herself Workshop, Inspired by Pinterest: How to Make a Chore Chart.
A family chore chart is an essential tool for any busy family, and the DIH Workshop will equip you with everything you need to create one of your own. During the workshop, which will take place on August 15 at Home Depots across the country, participants will learn the materials needed to make a homemade chore chart for their families, how to select the right tools needed to complete the project, and how add their own creative twist to the chore chart project.
Just look at how cute this project, is. I love the mini clothespins!
The DIH Workshop is absolutely free, and it is super easy to head over to The Home Depot website to register to reserve your spot. With clear instructions, plenty of time for questions and answers and a wonderful demonstration, Do-It-Herself Workshops will give you a dose of do-it-yourself “Pin”spiration.
How would you like a $100 Home Depot gift card to kick-start your own back-to-school project?
To enter, simply head over to register for the DIY workshop, and the leave a comment letting me know about it. Easy as pie!
Giveaway will close at 11:59 PM CDT on August 15, 2013. Open to US residents 18 years of age and older only. No purchase necessary.
Also…If you’ve ever wanted a chance to party with Martha Stewart, be sure to mark your calendars for a Twitter Party you’ll never forget! Join Martha Stewart and The Home Depot on August 1 at 8:00 PM to get crafty with chore charts. You can follow along and engage during the hour-long party by using the hashtag #DIHWorkshop. Be sure to RSVP here if you plan to attend. I hope to see all of you there!
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