TCL In Your Town is back and this time we're in a community that sits just 40-miles northwest of Minneapolis, the beautiful, Buffalo. Take a tour of the city and you'll spot something that we think is pretty hard to miss -- 23 life-sized Buffalo statues.
If the beautiful weather last weekend had you itching to get your patio all ready for summer, and flowers in those pots, here are some fun ways to spruce things up a bit and upcycle while doing it! Owner of Upsy-Daisy and DIY expert Danielle Rode stopped by with unique ideas!
Twenty seven years ago, a product was developed that changed the way people DIY. It was unlike any other paint and actually gave people confidence to start painting their furniture. It requires no stripping, sanding or priming and it creates stunning pieces. Its creator Annie Sloan is in town for this year's Junk Bonanza, but she made a stop...
Amanda Ficek has certainly inspired a whole lot of women over the years. She owns a company called "Mama's Happy". It's a store full of refurbished, upcycled and incredibly unique pieces. You'll find furniture, home accessories and even jewelry. Everything is made or re-done by a group of artists who inspire and empower each other.
Do you have any rubber cement lying around the house? What about some old neck ties? If the answer is yes, TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson says you've got the tools to wow the kids and adults this Easter. Kelli got crafty in the kitchen with her two girls and found some mom-approved ways to create uniquely dyed Easter eggs this year.
Donna Erickson, lifestyle columnist for the Pioneer Press, stopped by with her ideas for DIY gift wrap - perfect for your next birthday celebration.
Alexis Thompson from myTalk 107.1 stopped by with her CUTE DIY spring decorations - perfect for an Easter celebration or just to spruce up your home!
As the host of DIY Network's "Bath Crashers", Matt Muenster has tackled many challenging projects. Before his appearance at the Minneapolis Home + Garden Show, he stopped by to offer advice to viewers who sent in pictures of their problematic spaces.