Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Win a $100 Home Depot Gift Card


Hi everyone! I've partnered with the Home Depot Garden Club to give away a $100 Home Depot Gift Card to one of my readers! Isn't that fabulous! I'm very excited to be able to do this and I'll tell how to enter in a minute but first I want to tell you about the Home Depot Garden Club.

It's a really wonderful resource that covers landscaping, gardening, lawn care, and outdoor living!

  • It has a plant library where you can search either by the code on your HD plant tag or you can search by plant name.
  • You can get answers to all your outdoor questions within 24 hours!
  • They have valuable information about your region, gardening advice from pros and updates on local gardening events.
  • They have great D.I.Y. projects
  • Registered members receive coupons and discounts delivered via E-mail!


  • What You Need to Do to Enter

    1.Visit the Home Depot Garden Club
    2. You may register if you like but it's not necessary to enter. I'm a member.
    3. Take a look at their D.I.Y projects which can be found under each main category. For example, if you put your cursor on Gardening you'll get a drop down menu and D.I.Y. will be an option.
    4. Come back and tell me which D.I.Y project from ANY OF THEIR CATEGORIES you'd like to try doing yourself.
    ****EDITED: PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS - I'VE HAD TO DELETE SOME ENTRIES ALEADY!



      You have until Friday midnight PST to enter and I will use the Random Number Generator to pick a winner Saturday Morning. Please be sure I have a way to contact you. You'll need to send me your address so that I can mail you the Gift Card.


      One entry per person. I'll delete any duplicates. You don't have to have a blog to enter. If you've never left a comment before, here's your chance and you might win!


      I'm not getting anything for doing this giveaway (not even a GC for me). This blog is ad free so increased traffic doesn't add to my bottom line. I just thought this would be something that you all would benefit from. It's a great site and who couldn't use an extra $100 at Home Depot. Just think of all the flowers you could buy! Very important - you have to use the link above. If we have a really good turnout there's the possibility of having this giveaway again. So use the link above and explore the site! I think you'll be glad you did.





    134 comments:

    Jennifer P said...

    I didn't know Home Depot had this option for gardening. Very Cool! I would love to make the raised bed garden....always wondered how to do one. Thanks for the chance!

    Sue said...

    Love the kids table. Perfect treat to have at grandma's house! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Melanie said...

    I was interested in the "training a vine over an arbor". I already have a climbing rose on an arbor, but the link gave me some info on caring for it that was useful.

    Thanks for the link!

    Sue said...

    I liked the idea for the serving cart.It would be ideal for the small deck off our master. Set up for coffee and pastries in the am would be too cute. Thanks, Manuela, for making this available to your readers.... Sue

    Becky K. said...

    Great information and give a way!

    There are several projects that are applicable to us. The raised garden, pruning roses and I would love, love, love to make a stone garden path. I will look at that more closely.

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

    Adrienne said...

    We have to build a raised garden here since we have so much rock. That is where I would begin, but then the storage bench is next! Thanks for sharing this wonderful new resource!

    Our Patch of Flowers said...

    Mmmmmm Home Depot gift card!! You can't go wrong! Thank you for this give-away!!
    I am starting my first garden this year so I was very interested in the Starting Seeds Indoors project.
    Thank you!!

    Kathleen Grace said...

    Thanks for turning me onto this site! I have already found information I really needed:>) My favorite project that I would like to do is laying some brick paths and pavers. I love the look of brick and we just put in some raised beds that would look great with brick paths between them!

    southerninspiration said...

    Manuela, what a fabulous giveaway!!! I would so love to lay pavers and make a walkway in the back of my house......great instructions on the site! Thanks so much; I LOVE to win. I also have been thinking of getting some knock out roses, so I might also do this if I won.....
    Suzanne

    june@craftyniche said...

    I would love to do the laying pavers in the sand project walkway. :)

    Shilo said...

    My son would LOVE the outdoor kids table! Too cute!

    Terri and Bob said...

    Awesome!

    I am into the "planting your own tree" DYI found under DYI. I want to plant a dogwood in our side yard and was calling various nurseries and it cost an arm and a leg to do it. I am eager to try it. If I win the card, I am buying the tree from Home Depot!

    Rhondi said...

    Hi Manueal
    Thanks for connecting us with that site. It has lots of good info. I think it woul dbe fun to build the kid's table. I know the grandkids would like it a lot!

    Betsy said...

    Hi there!

    My DIY choice would be 'Laying Landscape Fabric" under our gravel walkways! A much needed project!

    Thanks, Manuela...this is fun!

    Steph said...

    Wow! How sweet of you to do this!
    I just looked in the Outdoor Living section and the serving cart is just too cute!
    I think it would be perfect for our front porch at the lake!

    Rhonda in OK said...

    what a great giveaway!

    I've been looking around the HD site, lots of good info.
    I would like to do the "Training a vine over an arbor"
    our backyard has a big pergola but we've never had anything growing up it, some trained vines would be great.
    And if I should win, I think I would go to HD and buy the vines and whatever else we need to do that.

    Thanks for hosting this.

    Joanne said...

    Oh, I love Home Depot's Garden Club -- I'm a member. I've actually done a few but the one I'm doing next is how to train a vine over an arbor. Please enter my name in your giveaway. Thanks, Joanne ~~ glamourgirljoanne@yahoo.com

    Anonymous said...

    I'd like to try a raised garden bed also. Of course, you've given us a tutorial on that too!

    Great give away. Thanks!

    tina
    tinam61@yahoo.com

    Virginia said...

    I would want to try the training a vine over a trellis. We just moved into a new home and I have always wanted a rose trellis!
    Thanks for doing this; Home Depot is one of our new good friends with a new house ;>

    Elizabeth said...

    Hi Manuela,
    Thanks for visiting my blog and do come back again. I just visited the Home Depot Garden club and I would love to try the DIY garden path.Thanks for letting me know about this!
    Elizabeth

    Christy said...

    I'm so excited! I actually didn't know that Home Depot had all that helpful info. on their site and I'm in the middle of landscaping both my front and back yards! I would do the Garden Path project found under "Landscaping". I need a path to my back gate!

    Stacey said...

    Thank you for coming back and coaching those of us (me) who did it wrong. :)

    I just had a good look at Lay A Garden path. We need a path around the north side of our house. It's on our list of things to do.

    Jennifer H said...

    I am interested in "training a vine over an arbor". I love the idea! Thanks for the giveaway!

    prof en retraite said...

    Wow Manuela! This is a really nice thing that you and Home Depot are doing! I am already a member of their garden club and you do get nice coupons and information! Please enter me in your drawing! I have been thinking about trying the garden path. Thanks so much for doing this!!!...Debbie

    slip4 said...

    I would love to build a serving cart. It would look great in my new sunroom! Thanks for this opportunity!

    Anonymous said...

    Read your blog always. Great give-away. I like the "pruning your rosebush" article. I have BAD luck with roses. Thanks
    Donna from MI
    djgarden13@hotmail.com

    Nancy said...

    Thanks for the giveaway. That was
    an interesting site, didn't know
    about HP gardening club. I would
    love to have lots of knockout roses
    in my yard and would use the card
    on that.
    rreed1143@charter.net

    Meg said...

    I have wanted a garden path for years and the home depot directions are easy and attractive. Love to win!! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

    Mist said...

    They have several DIY ideas that I'd love to tackle. "Building a Picnic Table" would be first on my list though with our rapidly growing family! A picnic table is quickly becoming an outdoor necessity

    Jen r. said...

    I liked the planting veggies and training a vine. Neat site! Jen

    Heather said...

    I love being a part of the Home Depot Garden club - the coupons are so helpful. We will be following the directions for laying pavers in sand and also making the ring toss game - too cute! We are trying to make out backyard more kid friendly and these ideas are really easy!

    flmom said...

    I had no idea this was on the HD site - cool! Lay A Garden Path caught my eye. I've been wanting to do this for so long and appreciate finding simple instructions.

    Anonymous said...

    What a nifty website! I would like to make a kids' table. Great for those summer days when it's time to get out of the water for a bit.

    Susan
    imccomas@roadrunner.com

    Linda C said...

    Thanks for offering this info and the give away offer! I actually did join the garden club while visiting the site! Looks very interesting- and, hey, who doesn't like coupons?!

    I am interested in the care of annuals. We are planting re-blooming lilies this year and I'm looking for all the info I can get:)

    Linda C

    jenjen said...

    How fun Manuela! How did I not know that this was available at Home Depot?? I am doing square foot gardening this year so the class of raised beds would be perfect. So cool!

    XOOX
    jen

    Sarah said...

    I would definitely use the gift card to prepare a garden bed. My husband and I just purchased our first home, and I've dreamed of having my own garden since I was a little girl. :)

    Sheryl said...

    I am interested in preparing a bed. My landscaping is nonexistent and needs major help. I will be starting from scratch! Thanks for the give-away! sherylmgent@yahoo.com

    Vee said...

    You're a doll, just as I always suspected! I'm interested in how to build a serving cart. I really like the way that it looks and it looks pretty easy while still being substantial.

    Susie Homemaker said...

    HI Manuela,
    This site is so great! I found the "Pruning a Rosebush" very helpful...and I could have used the help on starting a lawn from seed as we just did our backyard grass over...

    Thanks for sharing this! You're the best!

    Susie

    Sharon said...

    Thank you so much for entering me in your generous giveaway Manuela!

    I am anxious to learn whatever I can concerning gardening. There are a couple of things listed in DIY that I want to learn. Training a vine over an arbor and Starting veggie seeds from indoors. Those would both come in very handy for me :)

    Denise said...

    Thanks for the info (joined!!). I would like to learn more about the brick paths. We have a old paver patio and it would be fun to have a path leading to it!

    XXDenise

    ursula said...

    oh, Manuela! what a giveaway! I may be a little late in the spring planting, but I would love to do a garden bed and then take advantage of the "pruning a rose bush" idea. I never had luck so far with roses, so the DIY literature might do the trick. thanks!
    Ursula at uswood1@optonline.net

    Leslie said...

    What a great giveaway! I love the idea of laying a garden path and the one about installing pavers in sand. I have areas in my yard where I would love to both of these projects! Crossing my fingers and wishing on a star....

    Tracy said...

    What a great giveaway! I would love to try the raised garden for strawberries.

    Junk Mammas said...

    My 5 year old daughter is begging me for her own garden, so we may try the raised bed project. I love your blog and this great giveaway.

    Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

    We're building a raised bed garden in a couple of weeks so it would really come in handy. :)

    I joined and read through their DYI article about landscape fabric since I have to replace some this year.

    Anonymous said...

    I want to make a raised bed for my strawberries. I have about a dozen plants that I got last fall and they need to be up off the ground and in a raised bed. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

    Sarah Stephens said...

    I would love to learn how to make a raised garden bed. I have been wanting to try my hand at gardening something other than flowers and teach my kids how to be resourceful by growing fruits and vegetables.

    misskp said...

    I love HD garden club, and have been a member for a while. They have great ideas and how-to's! I'd like to try building the serving table they have listed under outdoor living. It would look great under my arbor.
    Thanks for your blog,and for having this giveaway. They're both tons of fun!

    ShelliRae said...

    I love the raised garden beds. This site has a lot of great ideas. This is great. Thanks for the link.

    Brittany said...

    I'd love to learn how to "train a vine over an arbor". That would be just the thing for my backyard!

    Storybook Woods said...

    Wow, what a wonderful giveaway. Well you know I have to pick the serving cart. It can just picture a shabby chic tea cart. With the girls and I have tea all the time, I have wanted a tea cart. You could fill it up with goodies in the kitchen and roll it to our tea table for tea. Sooo much fun. Ohh now you have my mind going !!! xoxxo Clarice

    Stix said...

    Wow, great website, lots of easy gardening tips. I appreciate that. I would love to make a raised garden/flower bed. I know my kids would love to help and it would be a fun family project.
    I really enjoy your blog. Keep up the good work.
    stixf16@gmail.com

    Angie Kerr said...

    This is a great site...Thanks for sharing.

    I would love to make the kids table. I have 4 kids and they would LOVE this!! It's also perfect for my small backyard.

    Thanks for the opportunity

    Kristen said...

    I want to try "Build a Kid's Table." I have chalkboard paint and 3 kids who will be bored soon :).

    searchforgod@yahoo.com -my e-mail

    Thanks,
    Kristen

    Terri said...

    I NEED the article on pruning roses. We've planted several in our yard and need help!

    thank you for having the giveaway - you are very generous!

    work e-mail - t ramey at romega dot us

    Mrs. Rabe said...

    Fun,fun, fun!

    There are so many projects I'd like to try but the one that I know we will do this year is the raised beds. We want to have a veggie garden this year and where we are going to place it can be boggy. So we are going to do raised beds. I showed my husband your post about making yours narrower and he liked that idea - said it was what he had been thinking too!

    Thanks for doing this!

    Laura said...

    We have been looking into the pavers for our backyard! It was great to see that on the list!

    Mary Ann said...

    I want to try laying a garden path. Since we are planning to do that anyways, I might as well learn how to do it, right? :-)

    Thanks for offering this giveaway!

    Gypsy aka Tam said...

    Manuela,
    thank you for giving us a chance to win this awesome price. Oh how wonderful it would be to win a Home Depot GC *sigh*.
    I seem to 'live' there lately LOL
    Training a vine/rose/clematis/sweetpeas over an arbor would be something I'd love to try. I'd love to hide the garbage can on the side of the house with an arbor and pretty flowers.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Tam

    Ally0005 said...

    I forgot about homedepot having this.
    I like "build a ring toss" and you know what I think I will build this my kids will love it.

    Have a great day.
    Ally

    Nancy Mc said...

    I would likle to try growing veggies form a seed indoors. I DO NOT have a green thumb but keep hoping it will develop one of these days!!! I like the ring toss too.
    nancy_mc@live.com

    Angie said...

    Love the idea of the kids craft table with the chalkboard top. My son would have so much fun writing and drawing on it! Thanks so much for sharing this awesome giveaway with us.

    Sarah said...

    Awesome! I didn't know they had those DIY sections. I love the kids craft/dining table- soo cute!

    hlscottmd said...

    Well we just finished making the raised bed and growing vegetables from seeds indoors so the next project we'd love to try is laying a new patio of pavers. I'm always worried about how we'll make sure it's level but this gave some great tips.

    Allison said...

    I have been wanting to do a raised garden and garden path...Thanks for helping me to find where to go to do this! Thanks for the giveaway.

    Mrs. Querido said...

    I want to make the Kids Table from their Outdoor Living category! My children would love it!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    fjgallegos AT verizon DOT net

    mamaK said...
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    Tamara said...

    "How to Plant a Tree" - I need a few more fruit trees and this was just a good refresher tutorial on the how-to's... now I just need the money to buy the tree! Loved the site - saved it as a fave - thanks for informing!

    mamaK said...

    We have an unlandscaped yard, so we have tons of projects to do. From the website, two projects I would love to do are build your own storage bench to store cushions (to keep dog away) and to make raised planting beds--I can not wait to be able to plant veggies!!! Thank you for your blog! I get so many good ideas learning from you, you have really sparked my creative brain!

    kristiehilton@yahoo.com

    Jacki said...

    Hi Manuela,

    My project choice would be to build a serving cart - especially if it came out looking as good as the one in their DIY section!! Thanks for doing this.

    cindyb said...

    I'd like to make the picnic table since my daughter has been wanting one for our backyard this year. Thanks for the giveaway!
    tbarfield123 @msn.com

    Evangeline said...

    After looking aroound at there site I wanted to do all the DIY projects! My favorite is the outdoor serving cart. So many possibilites to customize it! I'll have to see if I can get my hubby on board and we'll give it a try!

    Trish said...

    Lovely site. For me it is "Starting Veggies From Seeds Indoors." I have always wanted a vegetable garden and this would be a great way to get it started. Thanks for the link and incentive!!

    Anonymous said...

    I would love to create the raised garden bed-we attempted this but kinda ran short on Money so it would be nice to finish it!
    Thanks
    cdkmomx3@yahoo.com
    Colleen

    Shady Creek Lane said...

    I liked the path in the grass. That looks like something I would love to do.
    Thanks for doing this gift card giveaway.

    Caroline said...

    I would love to try the training a vine over an arbor project at my home.

    Thank you for doing this project.

    Cecelia---Sis---Mom said...

    I love HD and the ideas they give out. I want to train "something" to climb an arbor on front of my oldest son's bedroom.

    We also want to do some pavers from our garage door out to the end of our house.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway.


    Cece

    Beth at Aunties said...

    I love knowing HD has some DIY projects and instructions! I have always wanted to make a raised garden with herbs planted in it an this was very helpful!

    Thanks for doing this giveaway with them...I hope you win 100.00 also for doing it!:)
    Thanks for all your sweet comments!

    Brenda Turner said...

    I would like to try installing pavers. I have a low area at the bottom of my back porch steps!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Brenda Turner

    Lift Up Your Hearts said...

    Wow, that is a really neat resource! This is the first I have seen of it! I would really like to Build a Kid's Table!!

    Linda's Blue Gate said...

    WOW this is great.... I love Home Depot...... I spend lots of $$ there..... how nice.... I think you should get a card also....
    I looked at caring for annuals...... I just bought some petunia and I want them to stay looking nice...
    Thank you and thank you for being my first comment on my new link...
    Big hugs
    Linda

    Kim @ Manning Family Tree said...

    I probably choose the build a serving cart. But I'd have my hubby build it for me. The kid's table is pretty neat too. They had lots of good info on the website. Thanks for sharing.

    Debilou said...

    Way cool site,, i love DIY projects,, I would really like to try the Building your own picnic table, or some of the outside games ,,like the ring toss. And of course I would absolutely LOVE to win a GC to Home Depot.. one of my favorite stores. Thanks for hosting such a nice give-a-way.

    GrammaGrits said...

    Wow! I loved the Storage Bench under Landscaping DIY projects - very cool . . . great giveaway!

    Rainy Day Farm said...

    First I have to say thanks for sharing the Home Depot site. What a great resource for gardening and landscaping. I am going to add that to my favorites.
    The project I want to do is training a growing vine on a trellis/Arbor. I have a trellis, and I have a climbing rose. I just need to get the two together. I will post when I get the project done.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Maria

    Tammy said...

    I chose the raised bed garden. We're working on adding some of those to the back yard this summer. Thanks!

    Rosemary said...

    Hi again Manuela,
    I went to the site and registerd. Looks like a really good site.
    I could really use the pruning the roses and the training the vines over an arbor.
    Thanks for the tip,
    Rosemary

    Lyn said...

    Hi Manuela,
    There are a ton of projects I'd love to learn as I'm not so savvy in the yard but one I'd like to do soon is to learn how to plant a tree.

    I love Home Depot's Gardening Club. They just mailed me a $5 off $50 coupon which will be helpful. What a great giveaway - thanks so much for offering it!

    Tiffany Rosson said...

    I would totally make a serving cart/table. The only problem is that I am completely klutzy. It would have to be a project for my husband.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

    tiffanyannrosson at yahoo dot com

    Robin said...

    I have always wanted a arbor so I would say I would love to try the "training a vine over an arbor" from the gardening D.I.Y section. Thanks

    Heidi said...

    Love your site! I am also a member of the HD Club and have gotten some good ideas from the site. I just scoped out the DIY Serving Cart and would love to give that a try since I am currently using an old (covered!) sawhorse contraption from my husband on my back porch!

    laurie @ bargain hunting said...

    What a great give away! I love that chalkboard children's table. Thanks so much for showing us that great site, and for this opportunity! laurie

    Amy said...

    thanks for the resource--i would love to try out the build your own ring toss--it's adorable!

    Amber said...

    Well this was an easy choice. My back yard is sad. Really sad. The weeds are out of control so I think 'laying landscape fabric' would be a great place to start. It would be a great help since I don't like using chemicals because I want birds and butterflies and I have a dog and cat.
    I didn't know they had this, will have to check out more. Thanks

    Dawn said...

    I didn't know about this service from Home Depot! This is awesome!

    I need to do a new path to my back deck, so the paver path diy project was a great one to read! Thanks for bringing this to us!

    Please enter me in the giveaway!

    Thanks!

    Sharon said...

    I'd love to "lay a garden path". It would be a nice way to connect my various garden beds. Thanks for offering such a timely giveaway!
    Sharon
    slw_kerr@yahoo.com

    julie & joe said...

    I'm going to build a raised garden bed, not sure if I'll follow your tutorial or the Home Depot one, but I sure could use a gift card to help make it happen.....just think of the yummy tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers I can have this summer :)

    Jennifer said...

    Loved Home Depots site! Such fabulous ideas. I am very interested in training a vine over an arbor. I have wanted to do one for such a long time and they make it look so easy.
    I am so excited about this give-away! Thanks for hosting it! :)

    Jennifer

    angela said...

    I'm hoping to lay pavers in our new backyard sometime soon, so those tips caught my eye. A gift card would be wonderful!

    Helen said...

    I think I'd like to learn how to lay a garden path. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    ellie said...

    hello...wow, didn't know that about HD. I think I would like to know "how to prepare a garden bed" if I was to choose...I have one and I'm always fighting the weeds..I would also want to know how to get that cottage garden..but I dont' think they have that feature.

    The family said...

    I would totally love to win this gift card. The project that I found most interesting was converting an area for a garden.
    http://www.homedepotgardenclub.com/Dimensions/Article.aspx?contentid=261

    I am interested because there is an area that I am ready to add some flowers to but, I just didn't know how to go about it. Thanks to your blog (and home depot)- I am ready to roll (the sod). I would use the gift card to buy the flowers to replace the sod with =0)

    Shel said...

    I'm really interested in the raised garden bed from their Landscaping category. I try every year to grow tomatoes in the back of my yard but my dogs are having none of that. I've looked at premade kits but they're way to expensive and I think I can undertake it myself, especially with Home Depots directions. I think it will look wonderful and I'll be able to keep the dogs from destroying my bounty.

    shel704 at aol dot com

    Grateful Gramma said...

    I didn't know there is such a thing as gutter liner but I surely need it fix some of the leaks in my curved guttering on the front porch.

    Mary Ellen said...

    I am interested in the DIY project "Training a vine to grow over an arbor". In our case we actually want to train some trailing plants to grow up the porch area. Thanks for the contest!

    Carolyn G said...

    I would love to do the: Training a vine over an arbor. We have an arbor that is bare and looks bad but the vines died and now we need to figure out how to make it better.

    york_gl@ascog.org said...

    Thanks for the into on the DIY info from Home Depot and the giveaway is an added bonus. I'm really interested in the project to lay pavers/stones for a pathway. We've added stones from our patio to a deck, but we just laid them on top of the ground and I know that isn't the correct way, so the DIY gives me the info to make it look great! Thanks!

    Tonia said...

    I would love to make a oldfashoned picnic table. My family loves to be outside but we haven't planned out an eating area yet.

    Tonia

    Andrea @ Big Creek Cottage said...

    Manuela....OH, I have wanted to put in raised garden beds for both vegies and flowers since you posted yours earlier this spring. I see it with 3 4X6 beds and a sweet wooden picket fence with a gate and arbor (to keep out the bunnies and deer (we live in town but border a park with woods that lead outside of town....)....But, I don't know that we can afford to this year...money is tight...but Home Depot has great instructions under landscapping on how to build a raised garden bed....sigh......

    beccaw said...

    Such a neat resource, thanks! I really like the Storage Bench in the landscaping section, but I may need to start out with a smaller project. What a great giveaway, thanks!

    Meredith said...

    I would love to try my hand at building that storage bench. My mom is actually needing something like that outside to store pool "stuff" in...Great ideas! Thanks for a great giveaway!

    amybee said...

    Thanks for the offer. I'm currently trying to start seeds indoors before planting them in my garden. (Gardening DIY.)

    Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

    Well, count me in! I saw that building a garden path is on there & that's exactly what is on my to-do list, so I'd love to win this.

    Anne Marie@Married to the Empire said...

    Training a vine over an arbor would be good to learn. We have something that would be lovely with flowers/vines growing on it.

    Lou Ann said...

    My project: "installing pavers in sand" . Thanks for the Home Depot Gardening Club link. I didn't know about it! I need all the help I can get.

    Donna S said...

    Every time we go into Home Depot I see the signs for the Garden Club. I don't know why it has taken me so long to sign up. We just started raised beds in our garden this year so that project is out... the one that caught my eye first was the Pruning a Rosebush. We just moved into a rental home and there are well over 15 rose bushes and I have no idea how to prune them! Thanks for the link to all this great info!

    Ms_Pea said...

    Thanks for sharing the site and for the chance to win the gift card (fingers crossed!)

    I would like to try to lay a garden path (under the Landscaping DIY section). The instructions on the site were very helpful. Hhhmmmm, do I see a "project" in my future?

    Kelly Maria said...

    So glad I made my weekly visit to your blog!! Always inspiring!
    The Giveaway is wonderful especially for the Spring! I chose "Lay Garden Path" from the Landscaping catergory. We are truly needing to do this in our yard.
    Beautiful Blessings~
    Kelly Maria

    ginny said...

    The project I would like to learn how to do is put brick pavers on sand. I could use a new patio. Ours is very small and I would love to tackle this project.

    A Southern Sanctuary said...

    My project would be "laying landscape fabric". I'm so glad it's spring and we can get out and work in the garden.

    I hope I win!!!

    God bless,
    A Southern Sanctuary

    Sibyl said...

    oh this is so neat. i love the build a ring toss game. would love to make something for us to play with.

    Joy said...

    I'd love to try to build a serving cart, I've always wanted one of those.

    Anonymous said...

    Thanks for the chance to win, and love your blog, by the way! I can't decide if I want to do the raised bed, or lay pavers!

    Mellie
    mltamez@gmail.com

    rainydaywren said...

    What a great give-a-way Manuela! What bounty of ideas and tips from Home Depot that I was unaware of...have already learned quite a bit in just reading from this site. I would love to try the "making a garden path" do-it-yourself plan. That's just what my garden needs!

    Linda

    Tasha said...

    I would love to make the tea cart. I don't know how "good" I would be at making it, but oh the possibilities with that project. Thank you for entering me,
    Tasha

    Mary in AR said...

    Thanks for the link! I'll sign up this weekend, but the project I most want to do is build raised beds for vegetable gardening. It looks like I could do it myself!
    Mary

    Mimi Sue said...

    I love your beautiful yellow iris. They're gorgeous. I liked the storage box. It's a great place to put pillows and things that need to be stored. I've been thinking I might need something like that. Mimi

    Elaine said...

    I liked the Caring for Annuals DIY under the gardening. My annuals just didn't take this year, and this gave me some ideas to improve on them when I replant.
    Thanks for the link and thank you for the chance to enter this contest.

    Christina said...

    I love the training a vine over an arbor. I have the perfect spot to try it at too. What a great giveaway!

    Victoria said...

    I will be checking out the HD site more often now for ideas!

    I like the "build a ring toss". Seems like that would be a fun thing to make for all my nephews, niece and my daughter.

    Lisa said...

    I think I would like to either do the storage bench...Im sick of tripping over my 3 boys dirt trucks! And we are for sure going to do a raised bed this weekend so I can plant some things to can in the fall. Thanks for showing us that they have those instructions!

    Tam said...

    I'd like to do an outdoor serving cart or storage bench

    ourfamily @ frontiernet.net

    Rachel said...

    Interested in starting the seeds indoors. I actually learned alot from the comments that people left, in particular about peppers being started in plastic cups instead of the regular peat cups. And I am interested in trying the newspaper cups for starting seeds as the peat ones can be expensive. Enjoyed reading the articles, thanks for the opportunity!