A few weeks ago I was one of several people chosen to be sponsored by The Home Depot for my Spring projects! I was beyond excited, and I am thrilled to have the sponsorship help with the purchase of some products I will need. I have also FINALLY decided on the outdoor projects I am going to tackle this Spring. As you may remember, I came up with a list of possible projects, and even went so far as to completely replace our grass. After we did the sod in a day, I knew at that point that we could tackle any project, big or small. I have finally narrowed down those 12 ideas into the ones I am going to tackle, and added one more!
- Pressure Wash and Clean Patio and Fence (this is my new one)
- Build a wall planter from leftover sod pallet
- Buy herbs to install into planter
- Find Succulents to plant in wash bin
I am looking forward to my shopping trip to The Home Depot to gather my supplies. While I do not know much about pressure washers, I know that I need to have one with the way my patio looks! It just needs to be cleaner. I am looking forward to speaking with the sales associates on what they recommend, and I am also planning on doing my online research before we go. One of my other ideas is to pressure wash our privacy fence. It has been up for almost 8 years, and needs a good cleaning.
I plan on removing most of the boards, keeping the frame, and using some scrap wood we have leftover from another project we are working on.
After I rebuild the pallet to my specifications, I plan to finish and make it my wall herb garden. Having fresh herbs on hand is something we have always wanted. We LOVE to cook, just like we LOVE to hang out on our patio. Our yard is very small, so having a raised herb garden is just out of the question. Not to mention, our lab would love to destroy that garden as soon as we finished it! Having our herbs in a wall planter will knock both of those issues out of the way. I am ready to #DigIn to this project!
Lastly, we are currently in the process of building our own outdoor table. I have ideas in mind of the look I want, and I want to make sure I add smaller plants and charm. With that in mind, I plan on making a garden out of Succulents to place on the new table. I have a ton of large gardening tools, but am in need of new hand gardening tools. I am adding these to the list as well.
I am now all set and ready to go. Next stop, The Home Depot! Have you joined the Home Depot Garden Club yet?
Final Shopping List:
- Pressure Washer
- Pressure Washer Detergent
- gardening tools
It’s home improvement time, and The Home Depot has everything you need to #DigIn for Spring. No matter what projects you want to tackle, they have great values on all you need. They’re ready to help you with renovation ideas and expert advice, too.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot.
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