Home Depot Virtual Party
DIY Wooden Doormat
*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot
Let’s PARTY!!! Well, virtually anyway…So as we speak, right now, this very instant, 25 AMAZING BLOGGERS are posting their ideas for customizing this DIY Wooden Doormat made by our friends at The Home Depot!
On Saturday. March 26th at 10:00am, this doormat will be the featured build at Home Depot DIY Workshops across the nation. I know what you’re thinking…is there a class near me? Click HERE to find out!
If you’ve never attended a Home Depot Workshop, there are three types of Workshops—Do-it-Yourself (DIY), Do-it-Herself (DIH), and Kids—geared toward all ages and experience levels. The workshops are held at every store, and offer a variety of topics ranging from home repair to tool instruction, are even building home decor projects!! Not to mention, they’re FREE, and a great place to work on your skills and meet new friends who love to DIY!
Okay so without further ado, here’s how I customized my doormat:
I first laid out the 2 x 2 balusters using 3/8-inch nuts as spacers. Once all the slats were aligned, drawing the design onto the boards was easy! From there, I drilled the holes for the ropes, cut along the lines, and then strung all the pieces together. Looking back, I probably could’ve even skipped some of the cuts and just used the contrasting stain/paint colors to highlight the design instead! Either way, I’m THRILLED with how it came out!
Want more customization ideas? Click below to see how the other 24 virtual party bloggers customized their own DIY Wooden Doormat, and then leave me a comment telling me how you’d shake up the design yourself! And don’t forget to register for your local DIY Doormat Workshop at Home Depot and then post your project using #DIYWorkshops!
*I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in this Workshops Program. As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting TheHome Depot. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. This post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.
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