Delight your Halloween party guests with this frightfully cute spin on a classic campfire recipe. Turn chocolate-covered graham crackers filled with gooey marshmallow into a Frankenstein-themed treat pop for a fun-to-eat party favor.
Create completely customizable artwork with plexiglass and colors you can coordinate to your interior design.
Create your own Cast Shadows-inspired artwork to add dramatic flair to your space.
Go from simple ice cream to spectacular sundae in just a few steps. Transform plain vanilla with apple pie filling and top with crispy cheddar pie crust shards for a delightful dessert.
Get the look of a sublimely-designed hotel at home by taking a lesson from New York City's stunning Beekman Hotel.
This stylish storage ottoman makes a great coffee table, provides extra seating and is a cushy place to prop up your feet at the end of the day. The handy lid lifts to reveal plenty of storage for throws, kids' toys or board games.
These honey cookies are no ordinary shortbread. They have all the makings of a shortbread, but include a textural bite from the corn meal and feature the subtle sweetness of honey. The tart tang of the lemon curd adds a refreshing finish.
This warm cocktail pairs the chill of peppermint with the warmth of steamy hot cocoa. Topped with crushed peppermints and whipped cream, it's sure to please.
This easy appetizer is loads of great flavor with very little effort. Homemade tortilla strips take it over the top.
This clever wall mounted dispenser will declutter the tape and make sure it never gets misplaced.
This hearty homemade pumpkin fettuccine is so satisfying. The layers of flavors beg you to put on a thick sweater and curl up on the sofa with a steamy bowl.
These brownie sundaes are just a few bites of decadence that your guests are sure to appreciate. Make them ahead and put them in the freezer, and then just top with whipped cream and a cherry to serve.
These treats definitely won't suck the fun out of your Halloween soiree. With vampire teeth they can keep, your guests will fall in love with these tasty nibbles at first bite.
Coat silk leaves in budget-friendly plaster of Paris to create sleek napkin rings and place cards for your Thanksgiving table.
Bake up everyone's creations using your old friend, the muffin tin.