Curtains are a fantastic way to give any room new life. But curtains aren’t cheap, especially when you have wide windows. These simple valances however, cost less than $20 and were incredibly easy to create! No sewing required.
Hello, Kenarry readers! I’m LZ from The Summery Umbrella, and I was so excited when Carrie asked me to share this gorgeous DIY Spring Flowers Wood Sign Tutorial with you. PLUS… there are two free video tutorials included so you can make your very own too! I don’t know about you, but I definitely love free stuff! Just […]
Hi there! I’m Meg from Green With Decor, where I talk about all sorts of home renovating, decorating and DIY projects. I have a fun spring DIY project to share today! I’ve had banners up on our mantel for Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day, and it was looking a little bare without a banner […]
Display your seaside treasures in an easy to make Faux Succulent Beach Terrarium for under $10 – perfect as a souvenir or hostess gift. Hi there! It’s Amanda from Life at Cloverhill and this month I’m sharing my post from Southwest Florida where we’re visiting my parents. After a long winter up in Ontario, it’s […]
These DIY Tile Coasters are made from 12″ tiles and are so easy to make! Happy almost Spring, Kenarry: Ideas for the Home friends! I’m Pam from The Birch Cottage and I’m back again this month to share another easy project with you. Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links for products or services we think you’ll like. This means if […]
Have you ever had a go at making your own DIY Spring Wreath? Well, whether you are a seasoned wreath maker or a complete newbie this super stylish (and more importantly super simple) DIY wreath idea is a great project to try. Hi, Kenarry readers it’s Sam here from A Happy Home In Holland, back again […]
Hi friends! I’m Rita Joy from Harbour Breeze Home, and I’m so glad to be back today sharing my latest crafty project. I was recently scrambling to finish the last few things in our recent Laundry Room makeover. All the big things were done, and it was finally my favorite stage ~ adding all the “pretty”! […]
Freshen up your home for spring with an easy farmhouse style spring mason jar planter. Hello, Kenarry readers! I’m so happy to be back from Making Joy and Pretty Things to share a crazy easy flower arrangement to get you ready for SPRING! Doesn’t it feel SO good to even say “spring”? Living in the Northeast, […]
It’s so nice to be here today sharing a simple 10 minute embroidery hoop Spring wreath craft you can make leading up to the warmer months! Hello Kenarry readers! My name is Maria and I blog all about DIY, Craft, Home Ideas and Home Tips over at Pastels and Macarons. It’s so nice to be guest […]
Create these minimal napkin rings while recycling toilet paper rolls. These napkin rings are great to add to your modern, understated home decor and only take a few minutes to make.
These DIY Wood Clip Frames are a great alternative to standard – and often expensive – picture frames. Plus they’re super easy to make! Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links for products or services we think you’ll like. This means if you make a purchase from one of these links, Kenarry: Ideas for the Home will make a small commission […]
Love to update the home decor in your kitchen, but you’re on a tight budget? Our new collection of inexpensive printable coffee wall art is now available for instant download on Etsy. For about the same price as a cup of coffee, any of these 8 x 10″ digital kitchen prints can be yours right now. Disclosure: This blog […]
Hi guys! I’m Meg from Green With Decor, where I blog about home renovating, decorating and DIY projects. I’m excited to be back at Kenarry today! I have such an easy little DIY to share today that should help keep your weekly menu more organized. My husband Kalen and I usually plan out our meals […]
Happy almost Valentine’s Day, Kenarry: Ideas for the Home friends! I’m here to help you dress up your Valentine’s Day dinner tablescape with these super easy DIY Tile Placemats. I’m Pam from The Birch Cottage and I’m back again this month to share this really easy DIY Tile Placemats project with you. It’s kind of a two-for-one project. It’s […]
Tight on time or money, but want a festive home for St. Patrick’s Day? You can easily decorate your house with shamrocks, green and the luck of the Irish with these 14 St. Patrick’s Day Home Decor Ideas including DIY crafts and free printable art. It’s fun to get your home in a festive spirit by decorating […]
Making the perfect farmhouse style nursery doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Learn how to make the perfect rustic DIY wood bead hearts for your nursery on budget and in just minutes. Hello, again! It’s Sarah from Making Joy and Pretty Things and I’m SO excited to share with y’all some rustic DIY wood […]
Hi Kenarry Readers! We’re Jennifer and Kitty from RunningWithSisters.com, and we have a cool craft for you –– How To Get Started Woodburning! We’ve seen some really amazing projects done with woodburning, so we had to try it ourselves. It is so fun! We love the Boho look, and it goes perfectly with the woodburned look! […]
Supplies and equipment for crafting can often be a terrible mess. These 5 easy and creative ideas for craft room organization will help tidy up your space. A few years ago when Kent and I were finishing our basement, we decided to add a craft room. I really wanted a space where the boys and I could get […]
These oversized conversation hearts candies look good enough to eat! They make a perfectly sweet addition to your Valentine’s Day decor. Easy to make with a scrap piece of wood as narrow as 2×8 and a jig saw!
Today we’re sharing a simple love themed craft for your walls. Framed Floating Hearts Valentine Decor is an easy yet festive way to add a bit of pink and red to your home decor. Hey hey!! Happy New Year Kenarry Readers! Trish here and I hope that your 2017 is off to an incredible start. Have you […]
Hi guys! I’m Meg, and I blog at Green With Decor. I’m excited to be back at Kenarry today! I recently completed a home office makeover, which included hemming some curtains. I had some fabric leftover from the original curtains and, never one to let a craft supply go to waste, I turned the leftover […]