Trick-or-treat isn't just for the kids.
We'll show you three ways to use this centerpiece, but the possibilities are endless.
If her irreverent personality and great fashion sense weren’t enough to make you love Nicole Richie, just look at her backyard!
Transform basic wooden paint sticks into a trendy herringbone table runner. Guests will never believe this designer-style runner had such humble beginnings.
Pumpkin pie spice and apple cider lend autumnal flavor to this Halloween take on classic sangria. Serve in a hollowed-out pumpkin for a dramatic presentation.
Skip the awkward baby shower games and treat Mom to a set of adorable, handmade baby clothes.
Plus, you can make one in minutes.
Did you resolve to eat better this New Year? Stay on track without skimping on great flavor with these healthy party food recipes.
Artisanal summer cocktails, without the wait.
Show friends and loved ones how much you care with the gift of a fun, hand-written card made from kraft paper and easy-to-find 3-D objects.
Highlight spring's best blooms in this simple centerpiece featuring a vibrant wheatgrass base. Use flowers from your yard to make the project as affordable as it is beautiful.
Whether you’re making egg salad or deviled eggs, try this simple technique to get hard-boiled eggs that are delicious every time.
In just a few minutes, hollow out a group of oblong butternut squash to make a non-traditional, affordable vessel for fall flowers.
See how the dynamic duo mastered a masculine look for this party of one. (Plus, Jo's tips to get the look!)
Add an (easy!) personal touch to your next party with customized place cards.