*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot! Woop Woop!
It is virtual party time!! I’ve been waiting all week for today’s party…several bloggers (including yours truly) have been challenged by The Home Depot to make some super cute harvest yard signs that are part of the Do-It-Herself workshop coming up at your local Home Depot this week!
The harvest signs are easy to make, but don’t sweat it if you are are a beginning builder or worried about having the right set of tools. The Home Depot has you covered with their DIH workshop and will help you make it happen. Just register online here for the class which is happening September 21st (so hurry!).
Below are the original harvest signs, and I customized my signs to last the entire fall season long. It just goes to show that you can really take The Home Depot’s class and turn your yard signs into your own unique creation.
My family and I don’t celebrate Halloween, but we sure do love the fall and harvest season! So I thought I’d take the same general shape, flip it upside down, and add a cap to become an acorn! Then I started thinking about all kinds of fun fall shapes, and may have gone a little wild from there. Haha!
So, are there any other fall shapes I’ve overlooked?
I’d love to see how you make these signs uniquely yours after the class. Snap a pic and tag me on Facebook or Instagram, and add #DIHworkshop so The Home Depot and the rest of the bloggers can see all that awesome you are sport’n. 😉
Check out the rest of these amazing bloggers and see how they customized their harvest signs:
- The House of Wood
- All Things Thrifty
- Lolly Jane
- Refresh Restyle
- Woodshop Diaries
- That’s My Letter
- Reality Daydream
- Simply Designing
- The Crafting Chicks
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