Mark Kintzel’s Backyard Entertaining

by Mark Kintzel

The summer may be winding down, but entertaining knows no season. The projects I have in store today are perfect for the budget-conscious, environmentally friendly folks who prefer living simply. I’m repurposing old gear from around my house to function in a party atmosphere. It’s simple, it’s quick, and it’ll last you for many parties to come! See my video below to learn how to make roadmap garland, wine bottle lanterns, and pedestals for your party treats.



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7 Responses to Mark Kintzel’s Backyard Entertaining

  1. Jean says:

    Too fun. Hadn’t thought of a glass cutter in years. Used to make bowls and tumblers with one many years ago.

  2. Sharon Riker says:

    Mark, I so excited for your entertaining updates. I love the map garland ideas; I’ll start drinking my PA wine to be able to make the candle torches, and my grandmother would love to know I used her mile glass for such beautiful treat plates. (and I think my children will be happy to have something of Grams’ for Christmas with such a beautiful look). Have a great week. Sharon

  3. Nancy says:

    Mark, I just love them all! What fun ideas.

  4. Kay Kintzel says:

    Great ideas Mark! You rock!!! :)

  5. Jennifer says:

    Hello, the original information was great, but now the video and images have disappeared. Please re post!

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  7. Jane Karners says:

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