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October 01, 2009

Are You Kind of a Beginner with Power Tools?

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I love seeing the look on people's faces when they realize what they can do with a few tools. 

That's why I'm teaching a free "Power Tools for Beginners" class (1 hour) at the Toronto Fall Home Show Friday October 2 (3:00) and Saturday October 3 (3:30).  I'd love to see you there. 

We'll cover 4 basic power tools you need to build your own shelves, fences, outdoor furniture, planters and toys.  It'll be SO FUN.

I have some fantastic colleagues who are also teaching free classes this weekend at the show:

 HGTV's Hands-on Workshop Series

- Cheryl Torrenueva, HGTV design expert - Luxe living for less!
- Bryan Baeumler, host of HGTV's Disaster DIY - Building green
- Linda Leatherdale, financial expert - Your Home: How to get more bang
for your buck
- Christopher Jones, founder of StyleNorth.ca - The vintage advantage
- Janette Ewen, interior stylist and CityLine expert - How to be your
own decorator
- Jackie Morra, founder, Home Décor Solutions - Choosing the right
accessories
- ToolGirl, Mag Ruffman - Power tools for beginners

Here's a direct link to sign up for classes.  Hope to see you there.

Comments

Abi

it'll be a fun weekend for sure!

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