Crafts with Appleberry’s Attic

Associate Producer Brittany Runck visits Jen Appleberry who is celebrating her grand re-opening at Appleberry’s Attic in Anoka.  During the pandemic shut-down, Jen continued to spread the joy through her DIY projects.  Appleberry’s Attic is re-opening to the public and is now offering craft classes, walk in workshops, private parties, birthday parties, bachelorette parties and more!

Grand Re-Opening This Thursday 5-8:00pm I Friday 1-9:00pm and Saturday 11-5:00pm — 228 E. Main Street, Anoka

  • Infusion Artisan Beverages will be pouring Hand Crafted Nitro Infused Beverages Friday & Saturday
  • Food Vendor Friday Night 5-9:00
  • Falapalooza happening for all the shops & boutiques in downtown Anoka on Saturday… plus FREE Cookies from our neighbors at Subway to anyone who mentions you are crafting with Appleberry’s Attic!
  • Prizes and Giveaways! Our Grand Prize Winner will receive a Private Party for you and 5 friends FREE!
  • Appleberry’s Attic is committed to a responsible and safe environment but if you are not comfortable staying to craft in person… we will have TO-GO options available for all our projects!

Craft Crates

If you don’t live near Anoka, Order one! – They launch every month on the 15th.


12″ x 16″ piece of lumber
Pumpkin Stencil
Sand Paper


  1. Paint your board the color of your choice and let dry.
  2. Find a stencil at your local craft store or print a vinyl sticker or stencil from your Cricut or Silouette Machine.
  3. Apply the stencil or vinyl of choice smoothing out all air bubbles.
  4. Fill stencil in with minimal paint making sure it doesn’t bleed under the sticker.
  5. Once filled in, peel the stencil off. Dry and sand the edges.
  6. Paint framing pieces and attach with a nail gun.
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