Beautiful Fall Living Rooms

The space you relax in deserves the full fall treatment. No living room corner goes overlooked -- from window ledge to mantel top -- in this collection of pretty fall looks and inspirations.

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4 Incredibly Cool Halloween Ideas

These must-see ideas are super fun accessories for your Halloween party. From a vampire place setting to a fresh spin on caramel apples, you'll be inspired to start creating.

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Pumpkin Recipes

Dazzle your holiday guests with our best pumpkin recipes, including pumpkin entrees and pumpkin desserts. Choose from savory -- pumpkin soups and pumpkin pastas -- or sweets, like pumpkin bars and cookies. Regardless, there's a showstopping pumpkin recipe for you.

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Easy No-Carve Pumpkins

Create quick no-carve Halloween pumpkins with a creative eye and some decorative tape. We share our technique!

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Halloween Drink & Punch Recipes

No goblin or ghoul will go thirsty at your Halloween party with these delightful party drinks and punch recipes. Concoct a kid-friendly beverage, or experiment with adults-only cocktail creations.

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Natural Fall Wreaths

Autumn's colorful bounty of foliage and produce is the first place we look when decorating for fall. Made with (or inspired by) bittersweet, cornhusks, apples, twigs, and other natural adornments and textures, these door wreaths are perfect for welcoming the season.

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Pretty Front Entry Decorating Ideas for Fall

Use these pretty fall decorating ideas to add pizzazz to your porch this autumn. Whether it's a gourd, wreath, or full porch display, you're sure to find beautiful fall inspiration for your front entry.

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Touches of Green for St. Pat's

Accent your house with homemade Irish decorations this St. Patrick's Day.

On the Lamb

Create a focal point on your table with a miniature pasture arrangement. Set an antique cake or candy mold in the center of a shallow tray and surround it with a thin layer of potting soil and baby's tears plants. Keep the soil lightly moist and the plants will last a week or more in this temporary display. Herbs, such as creeping thyme or parsley, also would work.

Lucky Roll

Tie a stem of oxalis onto a napkin with thin twine or ribbon to make your family or guests feel especially lucky.



Growing Good Luck

Oxalis plants, commonly called "shamrocks" at this time of year, make vibrant spring displays when planted temporarily in glass pails. Hang your little pots o' luck on door handles or line them up along a mantel shelf. For a longer-living houseplant, oxalis can be transplanted into traditional pots with drainage holes. 


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Message in a Bottle

Dress up a collection of pretty green glass bottles by wrapping them with copper wire. Use your imagination to create designs that suit your fancy. Twist copper craft or jeweler's wire (available at crafts stores) into net patterns. Or wrap wire around the middle of a bottle, secure in the back, and form a button-like knot in front by twisting a short length of wire around the bands.

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After a Pattern

Use large-scale medallion and border stencils to turn a plain tablecloth into a visually dramatic accent you can use year-round. Lay a tablecloth on a flat surface and place the stencils, securing them with a bit of tape. Fill in the designs with fabric paint, using medallions on the corners and aligning border stencils along the sides.

Celt Classics

Good-looking stencils and a box of paints are the secret behind these sophisticated pieces of art. Lay the stencil on a sheet of watercolor paper and use painter's tape to hold the stencil in place. With a light touch, fill in the design with acrylic paints or watercolors; create light and dark areas to give the image depth. Once the paint is dry, layer the painting on craft paper of a coordinating color to give it a matted look, and display in a simple glass clip frame. Stencils are available at

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Bless the Light

A collection of smooth river rocks and votive candles in rustic clay pots evoke the rocky shores of the Irish coast and its companion lighthouses. Line votives in a shallow dish and surround with rocks of various sizes. Tuck in bits of moss for a hint of green. Expressing a seasonal wish is the stone etched with "blessings."

Irish Gift Tag

Avoid getting pinched on the 17th by declaring yourself "Irish Today." Paint a metal-edged vellum gift tag (available at crafts stores) green, and punch a small hole on both ends of the tag. Using thin wire, string letter beads into words. Lay the beads on the tag and thread wires through the punched holes. Attach the wire ends to a safety pin on the back of the tag.

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