Brad and Heather Fox share the details on their latest home improvement projects! For their YouTube channel, click here!
Liz Heineke, The Kitchen Pantry Scientist, shows us three things you can do using markers.
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist Liz Heineke shows us science inspired by the Minnesota State Fair.
According to The Farmer’s Almanac, the Dog Days of Summer run from July 3rd to August 11th. The name comes because Sirius (the brightest star in the sky) is in the same region as the sun. Sirius is part of the Canis Major Constellation – also called the “Dog Star.”
Liz Heinecke, The Kitchen Pantry Scientist, has more information...
Jen Appleberry from Appleberry's Attic shared fun DIY ideas for making home decorations.
Use the code TCL5 for $5 off a subscription box with Appleberry Attic's subscription box until midnight on Friday, July 16th.
Our DIY expert Danielle Rode from Upsy-Daisy stopped by to share cabin inspired projects perfect for summer time.
Try them at home!
1. Decorative Wood Buoys
Miter Saw (or circular saw)
Number stencils (optional)
It’s summertime in Minnesota so spruce up your backyards and enjoy being outside! DIY expert Danielle Rode, the owner of Upsy-Daisy in White Bear Lake, has some easy to do projects.
Spindle Wood Chime
Spindles (from old chair, old crib, etc.)
Topper (wooden bowl or circle of some type)
One of the greatest movie quotes of all time is, “May the force be with you”, from the Star Wars movie. The Kitchen Pantry Scientist Liz Heineke wrote a whole book filled with themed experiments called, Star Wars Maker Lab. She joins us with some of the science you’ll find in the book.
The ritual of hanging May Day baskets on a neighbor’s door in springtime has a long history, Maybe as far back as ancient Rome. The practice was particularly popular a millennium later, in the 19th and 20th centuries. But sadly, this quaint tradition has faded.
We think those little baskets filled with beautiful flowers and small treats,...
Now that the weather is nice, get out for a SCREEN FREE DAY of Creativity & Connection! Jen Appleberry from Appleberry’s Attic has some fun projects.
Appleberry's Attic Walk In Workshops are the 2nd and 4th Thursday - Saturday of every month!
Walk in Workshops are great because:
* You choose your own project from an array of...
Flowers are always a nice decorating choice for a spring celebration or shower. Bridget Connell from Haute House Studios shows us the newest trend this season, a flower bar.
It’s the time of year for baby showers and bridal showers and we are celebrating it! Danielle Rode from Upsy Daisy in White Bear Lake has some projects that you can do yourself that will definitely amp up your shower décor.
Wine Place Cards
Woodworking is one of the oldest crafts in the world and it’s become a very popular hobby and a lucrative profession. Makerspace is a Do-It-Yourself workshop in White Bear Lake.
Click here to get a $50 voucher to Makerspace for just $25 valid towards a class or membership.
Transform your space with texture. It’s the one element that completes a space and brings it to the next level.
Glass Jar Makeover
Glass Jar (Danielle used pickle jar)
Jute or Twine Rope
Cut a piece of rope to fit around the lip on the top of your jar.
Loosely tie it around...
Jen Appleberry from Appleberry's Attic Craft Studio is here to show us a fun craft you can make at home this Valentine's Weekend. And the best part is.... you probably already have the materials on hand to make these adorable No Sew Gnomes!
2-ish Cups of Rice
1 White Sock (Body)
Small Rubber Bands
Valentine’s Day is a little more than a week away and “Love is in the Air” with some sugar and a DIY craft activity at Board & Brush!
Board and Brush in Chanhassen has partnered with Victoria Sweets for a Valentine inspired workshop. For more information on the workshop, click here.
February 3rd is the exact halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox? Donna Erickson, creator of Donna’s Day, has some fun winter craft ideas that will keep the kiddos entertained. Click here for detailed directions to all of Donna’s activities.
You don’t need to purchase your wrapping paper from the store. Jen Appleberry from Appleberry’s Attic Craft Studio shows how you can personalize your gift with things you have.
Basic Supply List for today's Gift Wrapping:
* Brown Builders Paper from your local Hardware Store
* Tape & Scissors
* Bakers Twine, Yarn or String...
Grab your scissors and glue, TCL Craft Star Alisun Abbott has some holiday themed crafts you can do this weekend.
A project to bring cheer and celebration to any yard or special tree.
Mini bundt pan molds or bundt pan
Four cups of birdseed
One 27-ounce jar of coconut oil (Oil to Birdseed ratio...
Even during the holidays, you can bring a little science into you decorations. The Kitchen Pantry Scientist Liz Heinecke shows us some fun experiments. From making snow globes in jars to making melted candy stained glass for decorating gingerbread houses and easy homemade marshmallow fondant, science plays a part.
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