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Gardening Inspired by Pinterest – #DIHWorkshop

I’m a sponsored blog partner with The Home Depot, and am going to be participating in their Do-It-Herself Workshop & Twitter party coming up in May – Super excited to share some very cool stuff with you guys. Check it out..

Gardening Inspired by Pinterest - Using Succulents

Gardening Inspired by Pinterest

Is there anyone who doesn’t know what Pinterest is these days? It’s like an awesome set of virtual bulletin boards, where you can collect, save, and easily organize all of the cool stuff you find online. It’s full of amazingly creative ideas and projects to inspire youtr real life – So as I’m planning and putting together my garden this spring, it’s an obvious choice to head to Pinterest for ideas. One big trend that I’ve seen there lately that I totally LOVE is decorating with succulents – whether it’s in the garden, putting them into planters or pots, or even using them in vertical wall art, I’m SUCH a fan of them! {I even just put a few into jars as part of my #DIYChallenge Mirror Makeover. Turned out super cute.} And since I’m not the only one loving succulents this spring, Home Depot is offering a whole Do-It-Herself Workshop series around the country to show you some great tips on using them in your home – And I am crazy-excited to be a part of these awesome workshops.

How to grow and plant succulents -  #DIHWorkshop

Learn how to make your own succulent garden with The Home Depot DIH Workshops

The Home Depot wants everyone to have the skills and confidence to be a first class do-it-yourselfer. Their free weekly workshops are a great way to get step-by-step instructions and hands on experience learning to do basic repairs and easy home improvements. They’ve had amazing DIY and Kids Workshops for quite awhile now – but now the ladies have spoken, and Home Depot is offering classes geared towards what we love most…. Projects inspired by Pinterest! The upcoming workshop will guide you through easily creating a Pinterest-inspired succulent garden. There will be a Home Depot expert on hand to help you identifying and select succulents, proper soil and fertilizer, the right containers, and more. And for those of you in the Yakima area… I’ll be there too, to help with creative design tips! Register for your local workshop today – It’s free, and a ton of fun!

Sign up for the Do-It-Herself Workshop in your area – May 16, 2013!

Container gardening with Succulents

Vote for what you want to see

And…. I’m going to be creating my own Pinterest inspired succulent garden to share with you guys soon too. After I get back from Mom 2.0 next week I’ll be shopping at Home Depot for some new supplies, and will be filming a video tutorial to share my tips. But – I’d like some help from you guys in choosing a project! Visit my Do-It-Herself Workshop board on Pinterest and let me know what type of garden I should create: Vertical wall art for the patio, a creative wreath made of succulents, a terrarium, or…?? Leave a comment and let me know what you think!

Let’s Chat: Did you register for your local DIH Workshop? What project do you want to see me teach in a video? Leave some comments below – I love hearing from you guys :)

 And make sure to RSVP today for an amazingly fun Twitter party coming up May 2 at 8:00 PM EST – Great prizes from the Home Depot!

{The Home Depot partnered with bloggers such as me for their Twitter Party and DIH Workshop program. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. They did not tell me what to purchase or what to say about any product mentioned in these posts. The Home Depot believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. The Home Depot’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.}



  1. Those are awesome… I am thinking they would make a great Teachers gift too…

  2. Oh. My. Word. Those are so cute! I want some for my house now! Love!

  3. I went to some botanical gardens last summer and fell in love with the succulent garden. This is a great idea! I should do this as well.

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