Our one-stop guide filled with ideas for holiday decorating, food, and entertaining.
Try our 6-week planning guide to get your home festive a little bit at a time.
Welcome the holidays into your home with some of these pretty -- and easy -- seasonal decorations.
Gorgeous holiday centerpieces need not require a lot of time or expensive materials. Take inspiration from these beautiful arrangements that will wow your family and guests.
Simplify your holiday decorating with these ideas for easy arrangements with lots of fresh holiday style.
Give your home some holiday spirit with holiday greenery, pinecones, gazing balls, and ornaments.
Thanks to easy techniques, you can make this whole collection the night before Christmas. Or give your true love a different ornament during each of the 12 days of Christmas.
These projects can turn dated or damaged ornaments into beautiful tree decorations!
Find project ideas for joyful decorations.
Give a greeting that will be cherished for a lifetime. For each card shown here, you'll find a link to complete step-by-step instructions.
Help your kids create holiday memories that will return year after year. Each ornament in our collection includes a link to easy step-by-step instructions.
Bake up some holiday memories with these recipes!
Surprise your kids with unforgettably fun Christmas cookies.
Seasonal cakes, cookies, and other desserts featuring warm spices (such as cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, cloves, and ginger) are perfect for cooler weather.
Delight your guests with Christmas chocolates in treats like these: truffles, divinity, tart, fudge, sherbet, and cake raspberries.
Select a sweet treat to give or serve to friends and family.
Choose traditional side dishes that you may remember from childhood -- sweet potatoes, green beans, stuffing -- or try something new!
When you want a blowout formal affair, plan a sit-down dinner party. Careful planning is essential. Make sure you have room for your guests, provide appetizers, and make sure you have the time and resources to prepare a big meal.
Serving a holiday buffet gives you maximum flexibility with a large crowd. You can be as casual or as formal as you like, and you can accommodate more guests for a lap-service meal than for a sit-down dinner.
No matter how busy you are, there's no need to sacrifice the pleasure of cooking and baking for the holidays. Follow our helpful hints while creating something special in the kitchen.