The third Thursday of the month you’re invited to the Home Depot #DIHWorkshop (do-it-herself) for women around the country. I just attended one at the Home Depot on Cumberland Parkway in Atlanta. We created a Tiled Frame Mirror Project which was a stretch for me because I’m not a do-it-herself kind of mom.
My Home Depot #DIHWorkshop Team
I was smart enough to bring around my friend Michelle (@wefit2029) who is a hands-on chick. Seriously, she refinishes furniture and fixes a lot of things around her home. Michelle epitomizes #DIHWorkshop and was excited when I invited her to Home Depot.
I also met one of my blogger friends in real life for the first time – Angela (@aboutamom) from About A Mom. She was just as sweet in person as she’s been when we’ve exchanged e-mails, tweets and Facebook messages. Angela’s “wing woman” was her sister Chrishelle from (@cheermamadrama) Cheer Mama Drama who was super hands on. Wait until you see what we teamed up to make!
Watch the #DIHWorkshop Video
Here’s the final project we did in less than an hour. Chrishelle got to take it home. Throughout the project she talked about tiling the backsplash at Angela’s home. Michelle was blown about by the adhesive Home Depot sells that makes it super simple for the tiles to adhere.
Would you try this mirror mosaic on your own? When it’s done, where would you hang it?
For me, it was a cool way to hang out with my girlfriends and get my hands “dirty.” Considering how the most do-it-herself thing I’ve ever done was paint my office at the University of Missouri-Columbia a bright orange, I may try this project on my own one day.
See how to do it for yourself on the Home Depot #DIHWorkshop Pinterest Board.
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Home Depot Store 121.
All thoughts and opinions are my own.
That is a great video. I like to do a lot of home projects!
how very cool–nice job!!! I LOVE Home Depot. I’ve taken my kids there for craft projects and just recently attended a Twitter party to promote DIY for the ladies!! They are always SO helpful whenever I go there without my husband! It’s a great place to shop!
Pretty outcome! And I was so happy to meet you in person!
Looks like fun. I would have like to come to something like this!
Looks like you all had a blast. Love crafting
I love anything that I can DIY. I would try this and hang it on a wall in my office at home.
I have never attended a DIH workshop at Home Depot, but after seeing this, I am going to look for workshops in my area.
Nice! I hadn’t heard of the DIH events at Home Depot. I’ll be checking them out. My most enjoyable DIY home projects involve assembly. When we remodeled our home office a few years ago, we picked out furniture from IKEA and I refused to let my husband assemble any of it. Something about the parts, the tools, the build – so refreshing to me!
This is really cool. We take our kids to Lowes on Saturdays for crafts and they have so much fun and they earn badges as well.
This looks like fun and what a wonderful project! I didn’t know about these workshops for women but we do love the kids workshops. My two are always asking when the next one is.
Fun! I love DIY projects, I think it’s great that Home Depot is reaching out to women and recognizing that we do A LOT of hands on projects these days!
The DIH event was lots of fun! And you looked fab! 🙂
You can tell I didn’t do a lot.
But it’s inspired me to try more home projects!
I love DIY. I would try this and I would probably hang it up in my bathroom
This looks like so much fun!! I would definitely give this a try!!!
Great job, ladies! I absolutely LOVE crafting, so this would be right up my alley. (I must say that I had to laugh at Angela stating that she has always been known for her cleaning skills. Sadly, I cannot say the same. LOL.) I can’t wait to look into what project is in store for next month!
That looks like so much fun! I am wanting to do a tile back splash in my laundry room. Perhaps I should do a smaller project just to see if it is possible!
A lot of the ladies say this inspired them to do a back splash!
Great video. Now the most hands on thing you’ve done is remove the tape, lol!
Oh I love that! I would love to attend one of these with you! Your final project looked great and I am sure it was very rewarding. Love the video!
Don’t you just love Home Depot!!!! I have learned to do so many things by attending workshops, shopping with my husband, taking the kids on Saturdays to learn how to do little projects. As a matter of fact, I think that I have become quite crafty, thanks to Home Depot LOL. Thanks for sharing the video, that wsa cool. Looks like you had fun too.
That looks like a great mommies day out outing. As a mom, I’ve learned to do so many “manly” jobs, like assembling furniture and putting together toys. Nice to know that you can be independent if need be, which is usually the case!
Very, very fun! I think attending one of these workshops would be good for me.
thats great! DIY is great, mine never look so great, tho.
That was fun to watch! I’m hoping to get to a DIH workshop here soon. I’d love to learn how to do certain things before we get our new house.
I knew that they had one for kids because Danny was taking his Godson to it but I didn’t know that they had one for ladies. This sounds like so much fun!