Craft this useful planter to decorate your mom's desk for Mother's Day.
Upcycle an empty paper towel tube and a bit of leftover fabric into a fashion-forward accessory for your dining table.
Raid your recycling bin for a cardboard box to construct an insulated carrier for transporting hot menu items to friends, neighbors or family.
With a little creativity, you can turn leftover shipping boxes and vinyl shelf liner into a custom organizer to tame desk drawer clutter once and for all.
Create a buffet with appeal that goes beyond the meal. Using cardboard boxes and gift wrap, you can add dimension and height to your buffet, giving it an upscale, catered look.
Palmiers are quite fun to make and even more fun to eat. This recipe alone is reason enough to keep a package of good puff pastry in your freezer at all times. Wrapped up with a bit of holiday ribbon, they make a delicious homemade holiday gift.
Perfect for turning into either gingerbread men or the walls of a house, this recipe has just the right amount of spice. The texture is moister than an animal cracker but decidedly denser and more biscuit-like than a typical cookie. For a simple decorating idea, make cookies that look like brown paper packages tied up in string. Simply cut the rolled dough into squares, bake and cool, then pipe on thin lines for the crossed string and bow.
Take the traditional taste of toffee up a notch with the addition of real maple syrup. It's perfect for holiday gift-giving or just enjoying yourself.
These tart-like goodies are the perfect mix of nuts and cookies. Make this traditional holiday treat with real maple syrup; you (and your guests) will love the homey taste.
Learn the simple steps for high-flying fun with this tutorial on five basic paper airplane patterns.
The ooey-gooey margarita will ensure your guests have a frightfully good time at your Halloween party. The blood red maraschino syrup adds the cherry 'on the bottom' while sugary green "goo" lends a creepy twist.
Dry ice is a great way to kick up the fear factor for Halloween. Learn how to safely handle it and cool ways to use it.
Concentric rings of colored sugar give moist, chocolatey brownies a candy-corn makeover for Halloween. They're as pleasing to the eye as they are to the palate.
These autumnal pumpkin cookies are the just-right treat to serve at a Halloween party, Thanksgiving dinner or any fall get-together. They're also the not-too-sweet complement to a cup of tea and party of one.
Moist and full of flavor, the saffron adds just a hint of something that will keep most people guessing while the cardamom glaze puts this bundt cake right over the top. Blackberries and almonds round out the sweet-meets-savory flavor profile and create a perfectly balanced texture.