Be creative by decorating your Christmas tree with a favorite theme that suits your decorating style or your family's personality. We were inspired by a local festival of trees and have included tips for bringing the looks inside your own Christmas home. Bonus: We've included lighting tips to make your tree shine.View Slideshow
Christmas wreaths don't have to be made from traditional evergreens -- in fact, we encourage you to mix it up with eucalyptus leaves, boxwood, lotus pods, and even items that don't come from nature, such as peppermint candies and pom-poms. These fun-to-make creative designs show you how to make Christmas wreaths with unexpected shapes, dazzling colors, and out-of-the-ordinary materials.View Slideshow
See Better Homes and Gardens top gift picks from our December 2012 issue for entertaining gurus and novices alike -- you can spend as little as $5 and as much as $90 with this versatile selection.
It's not a party without a classic game of charades -- simply select a stick and act out the phrase for endless entertainment.
Bring out your best party tools with this set of three stainless-steel cheese tools with teak handles.
Raise a sleek, gold-bottom glass to toast special moments.
This beautifully-crafted cheese tray comes with a marker for labeling each selection.
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These 5x7 cards feature an illustrated recipe on the front and full instructions on the back.
The etched lattice pattern on this glass votive creates party-ready light play.
Perfect for pancakes or breakfast beverages, such as smoothies or brunch cocktails, these infused syrups are an entertaining must-have.
An acacia wood lid with a rope pull makes a charming topper for this 4-inch-tall honey jar.
Function meets party-ready design with this pretty bottle opener.
This stoneware pitcher brings woodland charm to the table.
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