Hi Kenarry Readers! We’re Jennifer and Kitty from RunningWithSisters.com, and we have a terrific gift craft for you –– How To Decoupage A Glass Plate! We saw a beautiful Anthropologie plate featuring a heart made of flowers on Pinterest. But it was sold out! So we made our own version, and you can too! We’ll show […]
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 […]
Today we’re sharing how to create a Thanksgiving Platter to serve cookies or other treats on Turkey Day. It’s a really easy craft when you use this free “Gobble Until You Wobble” design template to paint a large plate. It would also work great as a DIY hostess gift. Last week I shared how my younger brother […]
Create fall hand painted wine glasses and appetizer plates using metallic enamel craft paints. It’s an easy, inexpensive hostess gift idea for the holidays. As you may know, I’m one of the founders and organizers for an annual event in our community called Women’s Service Day. It’s a one day service project where volunteers have the opportunity […]
Hi Kenarry Readers! We’re Jennifer and Kitty from RunningWithSisters.com, and we are thrilled to share one of our favorite upcycling projects with you — a Mosaic Wine Bottle! In our mosaic wine bottle, we decided to feature seashells from our summer vacation in Florida — that way we can remember warm beach days well into winter! We mixed […]
Turn mismatched dishes into a beautiful set of vintage floral glassware straight out of the 1940s. With printed images from your home copy machine and this easy technique, you can turn $5 worth of thrift store glassware into an amazing table setting.
Turn plain glass bowls into beautiful watermelon bowls with this simple paint technique and brighten up your summer table! Try different fruits like oranges and kiwis with this easy technique. The best part is that they’re food and dishwasher safe!