Have you ever wondered how to start your garden seeds with little effort? This winter egg carton greenhouse is exactly what you have been looking for! We are all busy, and sometimes it’s hard to put yet another thing on our already full plate. My goal is to find a simple and effective way to tackle […]
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.
These hanging herb bags are easy and quick to make, but offer a great alternative to plastic containers. They can hang off a fence which keeps them out of reach of invasive weeds and pets. Get directions: DIY Danielle This post was submitted by DIY Danielle and is shared with their permission.
Hello, Kenarry: Ideas for the Home friends! I’m Pam from The Birch Cottage and I’m back again this month to share with you How to Paint Terra Cotta Pots. This is an easy way to add some shabby white style to an ordinary terra-cotta pot. I love the simple, clean look of white decor. White candles, […]
Turn a discarded old window into a gorgeous garden feature of an upcycled window herb planter, complete with cheesy song pun. Not only does the upcycled window herb planter looks fantastic in my little garden but it’s really practical, as I now have my own little herb garden. The herbs are in portable upcycled tin can planters, that can be easily taken into the kitchen when needed.
Hi Kenarry Readers! We’re Jennifer and Kitty from RunningWithSisters.com, and with spring in the air we are ready to craft outside! We love garden crafts, and one of our favorite projects for the garden is doing mosaics. So we made these mosaic garden rocks to add a little extra pop of color to garden! Even […]
I’m a big Marimekko fan, and I especially love their iconic Unikko print. Instead of just painting a neglected bench in my garden that was in dire need of cosmetic attention, I decided to Marimekko it ! I used some Unikko napkins left over from another project, so I decided to use these to upcycle and pimp my bench.
Brighten up your garden with these colourful tin can planters. This is a great upcycle project to use up all those little bits of leftover paints while making a fun feature for the garden. The whole project costs next to nothing to make as all you need is a few old cans and a bit of scrap wood.
Hello Kenarry readers! We are Jennifer and Kitty from Running With Sisters, and we are super excited to share one of our favorite crafts – making mosaics with broken china! We love to mosaic. It really feels like we’ve made something when we’re through. And our favorite thing to mosaic with is broken china. For […]