Friends and family will adore these handy handmade Christmas gifts -- including dishware, vases, and other home accessories -- that are just as fun (and easy!) to make as they are to give. Start one of these simple Christmas crafts today so you can check everyone off your holiday gift list.View Slideshow
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
Get ready for the Christmas season with our clever tricks to simplify the holidays. Including crafty Christmas wrapping ideas, must-try ideas for hosting guests, and why-didn't-I-think-of-that Christmas shortcuts, our tips for the holiday season are guaranteed to make your life easier.View Slideshow
From pumpkin doughnuts to cinnamon bread, these delicious rolls and pastries feature warm seasonal spices and flavors.
A holiday classic, these pecan rolls can be prepared the night before and baked in the morning. For best results, let them rise for at least 30 minutes before serving.
These traditional Mexican pastries are light and crispy. Serve them with fruit for a delicious brunch dessert.
Topped with an apple-spice glaze, these doughnuts are better than any you could buy in a bakery.
Famous in New Orleans coffeehouses, beignets (ben-yayz) are delicate and airy doughnuts sprinkled with powdered sugar.
Bursting with a chocolate-hazelnut filling, these Hanukkah sufganiyots are equally as special filled with jam.
This festive twist on classic cinnamon bread is sure to impress your brunch guests. Save time by making the dough ahead and letting it chill overnight in the refrigerator.
These simple and sweet doughnuts are well known in New Orleans' French Quarter where they are often served in threes with a cafe au lait.
Coated in sugar, nutmeg, and cinnamon, these old-fashioned pumpkin doughnuts are sure to become a holiday brunch favorite.