How Would You Like $100? (Giveaway!)

How would you like $100 to use in your garden? If you would then this might be your lucky day! Recently The Home Depot spotted me a little gift card to accomplish a little project in my yard and now they are offering one to you worth $100. I only have one card to give away so to decide who gets the card we'll draw names from a hat.  
Here's how to get your name in the running for the $100 gift card to The Home Depot. Visit The Home Depot's Garden Club website where you can find all sorts of nifty ideas and projects to use in your garden then come back and tell me which one would you like to tackle in your yard or garden! 
While you're there feel free to explore and see what they have to offer. Although they haven't asked me to reveal this I registered for the garden club a while back and have received some nifty coupons through the email. The gladiolas, oxalis, and caladiums that you will see later in the season on this blog are a direct result of a Home Depot coupon. The Garden Club has a few other benefits they asked me to mention like the ability to get answers to your garden questions within 24 hours. Plus they offer regional gardening advice to members.
To increase your odds of winning the $100 there is one more thing you can do. Post about a project that you would like to do for $100 or less on your blog. If you do that and link back here to this blog I'll drop your name in the hat two additional times!  If you don't have a blog, don't worry, just send me an email with your ideas in a post format and you'll get a guest spot on this blog (this is only an option for those who don't write on blogs).  If you take both of those options you will end up with three chances in the hat for that $100 gift card.  Once for commenting here with a project from The Home Depot garden club and twice for blogging about a $100 project on your blog. 
You must have your post up between May 7th and May 12th. I'll put all the names in the hat on May 13th and post the winner on May 14th! This is only open to folks in the United States. 
Have fun gardening!