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 […]
The holiday season is over, and you likely have more wine glasses now than you did before you hosted gatherings with all your friends and family. If you are anything like me you not only bought extra wine glasses, you likely received several more as gifts. Instead of shoving all those wine glasses into the back of […]
Organize your mudroom or back hallway with simple coat hooks, hat racks and baskets. Never lose jackets or mittens again with this easy DIY idea. Happy New Year! I don’t know about you, but the start of a brand new year always has me thinking of new ways to freshen up and organize our home. […]
I started working on the idea that maybe I could hang them off of screws but what I really needed was a neat old piece of wood to make this really work. I headed out the barn because I thought of the perfect old sign that I had spotted out there! I added screws spaced out along the bottom of it to hang the binder clips on and I was in business!
Hi Kenarry Readers! We’re Jennifer and Kitty from RunningWithSisters.com, and we have a terrific gift craft for you –– How To Etch Wine Glasses! We love making homemade gifts for the holidays, so this year we decided to etch wine glasses. If you’ve never etched glass with real etch cream, don’t worry. This cool DIY project […]
I decided to tackle my teen daughter’s bedroom and redo it into a space she would love to hang out in and have friends over. The idea I was working with was a brightly colored, modern bedroom with gold accents. We created a lounge area with the beds that will be perfect for accommodating guests for sleepovers and made a bold statement in the the closet with a removable wallpaper.
Like many old houses that cling on to their original fixtures the wind howls through the gaps in the old doors and the windows rattle. To minimize the draughts, I make my own DIY draught excluders for both my doors and windows. They are made by upcycling old jeans. I also added a bit of humour to them by stenciling on a pun or two.
I spotted this little desk at a garage sale on the way buy and just had to stop and check out the price. $5?! Sold! I brought it home and got to work transforming it from a desk into our retro coffee station with the addition of a shelf and a lot of paint!
This easy project makes a great hostess gift. Succulents are easy to care for and come in many varieties, so anyone can care for them. With just a few supplies, you can put this together quickly and it looks fantastic.
After scoring a wooden sofa and rocking chair at an estate sale I got to work converting it from indoor furniture to outdoor furniture for our deck! After many coats of primer, outdoor paint and sealant they came out in a pretty dark blue gray that I topped with fun green, outdoor cushions!
Sometimes a little decorative touch can totally transform something mundane into something rather more remarkable, it can add the wow factor. Well that’s exactly what I did with with this ridiculously easy Ikea lamp hack. I was subtle with my map pimping and decoupaged the inside of my Ikea lampshade and not outside. Therefore you get a hint of map, so when you look up at these ceiling lamps instead of a boring white inside you now see a cool map.