Celebrating the holidays with Santa’s Workshop Craft Space


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Holidays and winter are my best times of the year. We love spending time as a family creating arts and crafts of every kind. I was excited when The Home Depot invited me to create a space themed Santa Workshop to challenge holiday style. We spent a lot of time at home lately and it gave me an opportunity to transform the place and create a fun environment to make memories for this season. Ordering and shopping Home Depot has everything you need to decorate your home for the holiday season and this year I chose to shop online. Their mobile app is amazingly easy to use. I used the shopping list feature to plan my project, which made adding items to my cart when it was time to order such a breeze. Phone pickup option was the perfect solution for my busy schedule. It was also great to have the decor shipped to my home in no time. My style is usually neutral, and I like the minimalist theme but the Santa workshop theme definitely made me think of color. Space Decorating I started by decorating the space just outside the main room window. This LED Yultide Lane Tinsel Snowman is the best and provides a warm welcome with the right pop of color. They are the perfect addition to your patio decor this season. Santa’s workshop is never complete without a guideline to match it. I created this quick DIY using wood, spray paint, and tools from my local Home Depot store. It was fun, easy to make and was ready in no time. I decorated the window with this adorable wreath from the Royal Easton Collection. The wreath comes embellished with festive and ribbon motifs. It’s also pre-lit with a timer which is great for indoor or outdoor covered spaces. The workshop behind the window is the space of the workshop. In this space, you can find this bright star tree. This tree stands 6.5 feet high and is ready with a nice base attached and is the perfect addition to your vacation home. I added these LED fir wreaths to complement the tree. These also come pre-lit with a timer as well. The moment I saw the antique milk bottles, I knew I had to get them for the workshop. The fun messages, acorns and holy berries are great for the theme. I kept the table simple by adding this small feathery tree to complement Santa’s work tools. In the corner of the room is a basket with a patterned woven throw. This soft throw is perfect for the holidays. Gifts are also an especially important aspect of any workshop. I decorated by wrapping old boxes with construction paper and tape that was handy. I also made this train using wooden crates, poplar rides, rope, and eye hooks. This DIY was very easy to use and could be used indoors or outdoors as well. Full disclosure Creating a space themed around Santa’s workshop was a dream. It was so much fun. Thank you so much to The Home Depot for inviting me to participate in the Holiday Style Challenge and sponsorship for this project. You can shop for all of your vacation needs at The Home Depot. You can also check out my blog at ScotsHill House or follow me on Instagram for more DIY tips and tricks. Image Source: Leksi Sterritt Photography and Torie with ScotsHill House


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