AD: Join the Home Depot Do-It-Herself Workshop Twitter Party on 5/2 8pm ET #DIHWorkshop
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Join the Home Depot Do-It-Herself Workshop Twitter Party on May 2nd at 8pm ET! We will be chatting about the new Do-It-Herself Workshops at Home Depot. I can’t wait to hear all about the next workshop called Inspired by Pinterest: Succulent Gardens. I’m truly a beginner gardener so any tips I can learn to help me get started are a big plus. If you already have a garden, come and get ideas that you can put to use! If you decide to sign up for the workshop let us know by tweeting it out with the hashtag #DIHWorkshop.
About the Home Depot Do-It-Herself Workshops
The Do-it-Herself Workshops are taught by experienced Home Depot associates who offer step-by-step instructions for completing the project and hands-on demonstration. Participants are requested to register for the workshops online at www.homedepotclinics.com or stop in their local Home Depot store.
The clinic on ceramic tile covers how to prepare the surface, install cement backerboard, lay out and set the tiles, and apply grout. Women learn how to stay cool while also saving money on home cooling in the clinic on ceiling fan installation. The faux painting clinic teaches participants how to enhance the look of a room with the latest decorative painting techniques.
These workshops sound perfect for me. Our home is under renovations and we are doing it all ourselves. John knows what he is doing, but I could use some tips!
- Date: Thursday, May 2nd
- Time: 8 – 9pm ET
- Hashtag: #DIHWorkshop
- Prizes: Home Depot gift cards (two $50 and one $100)
- Host: @HomeDepot
- Panelists: @StacieinAtlanta, @jollymom, @crissy, @brettbmartin & @simplystacienet
- Eligibility: USA only
- Party Tweetgrid: http://bit.ly/15JSluo
Visit The Divine Miss Mommy to RSVP by adding your Twitter handle to the linky. See you there!
I am a compensated panelist for the #DIHWorkshop Twitter Party. I have a relationship with the agency representing the brand. Many of the Tweets in this party are my own personal opinion while others are messages from the brand.