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Beverage Stand Virtual Party

 This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. See full disclosure below regarding DIH Workshop.*

Home Depot DIHWorkshops

Hey guys! Last week I announced we had been invited to participate in The Home Depot’s Workshops Virtual Party, and it’s here! The Home Depot invited a group of female bloggers to put their own twist on this week’s Do-It-Herself Workshop project.


Beverage Stand

Which, you may remember, is this fun little beverage stand. You can learn how to make your own stand at this week’s Do-It-Herself WorkshopWorkshops are free, demonstrative classes. While attendees won’t always be able to make and take the project (changes by store), you will walk away with the skills to recreate the project at home. Grab some friends and register for this week’s workshop Thursday at 6:30 at your local The Home Depot! I’m going with a group of friends as a change from our regular girls night out.

Beverage Stand

The Home Depot sent me the plans and asked that I put my own twist on the project.

You may notice that in my version I added a towel bar. When your drinks are sitting in a bucket of ice it’s a guaranteed thing that they will be dripping wet when you pull them out. Having a towel nearby let’s guests easily dry off their beverage. It was a simple addition, that only required an additional 2 inches of board, a dowel and 2 glass knobs.

Beverage Station Home Depot

I really like the glass knobs – they add a feminine touch to a boxy design!

Drink Stand

You can find the other 24 blogger’s twist on this beverage stand below:

The Casual Craftlete Blog

Little Glass Jar

Fox Hollow Cottage

Twelve On Main

Just Between Friends

One Horse Lane

Family Food Fun

Inspiration For Moms

Petticoat Junktion

Our Southern Home

Artsy Chicks Rule

Iris Nacole

The Rustic Life

Domestically Speaking

The Creative Mom

Live Laugh Rowe

Little Vintage Nest

One Artsy Mama

Dagmar’s Home

Fancy Farm Girls

All Things Thrifty


Lolly Jane

Landee See Landee Do

*The Home Depot partners with bloggers such as me for 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 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.

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  1. A group of us are building this beverage stand tonight! I love all the modifications in the links! From the colors to the added accessories! Thank you so much for posting the inspiration!

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