This two-minute centerpiece will suffuse the room with a buttery glow, especially beautiful in front of a mirror. Take your wreath with you to the candle store to be sure the arrangement you desire will fit inside it, and be sure to invest in dripless tapers.
These gorgeous balls are nothing more than beautiful ribbons wrapped around a Styrofoam base. Make several for your tree or to pile in a pretty bowl.
Search out Victorian-style stickers for these beautiful balls. Gold size and leaf (found at art- or craft-supply stores) add a rich sparkle and are surprisingly easy to use.
It's a lot easier to create this gorgeous centerpiece than it looks. For food-safety reasons, make frosted fruit the same day it will be eaten. Even easier: If you are sure fruit will not be eaten, you can adhere the sugar with artist's adhesive (available at art-supply or crafts stores).
This arrangement looks particularly elegant on a silver tray, but any kind of tray — or even a shallow bowl — will do. If you can’t find clip-on candle holders, use regular candle holders held in place with a bit of Fun-Tak, a gummy reusable adhesive available at crafts stores.
The vividly colored dough yields uncommonly beautiful beads. Plan on making several batches of different colors.
Our homemade Advent calendar, with a treat behind each door, is a delightful way to count down the days till Christmas with your children.
Creating these ornaments takes time and patience, but the stunning results are worth it.
Hanging a mirror doesn’t present any particular difficulties, apart from the fragility and weight of the object. Make it an easy job with these tips.
Follow these simple tips to protect your files so you never have to worry about losing important information.
Some people love shopping, but for others it’s a chore. If you’re in the latter group, you’ll be happy to find out how you can save time on most of your essential shopping.
An environmental weed is a plant that is capable of invading, out-competing and preventing the regeneration of native vegetation.
Going organic is as much an attitude as a practice. The idea is to respect life in all its forms, instead of trying to dominate it. In the long run, your plants will actually become stronger.