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You answer, we dish. Read on to see which holiday pie -- think pumpkin, chocolate silk, pecan, and more -- matches the way you celebrate the holidays.

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The Easiest Thanksgiving Plan Ever

Here's how Maxwell Ryan of Apartment Therapy plans his own Thanksgiving day. If you apply his timeline (hint: invite guests over at 3:00), you'll have your best Thanksgiving yet.

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3-Supply Marigold Wreath

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How to Make a Table Setting with Lettered Tiles

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Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Appetizers

Overwhelmed with Thanksgiving dinner preparations? Get a head start by making delicious and easy appetizer recipes now. By doing a little cooking ahead of time, you can avoid the hassle on Thanksgiving Day. Our make-ahead appetizers include recipes that can be prepared the day before or up to six months ahead of the holiday.

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Exclusive Thanksgiving Trivet Patterns from Better Homes and Gardens

Make custom Thanksgiving trivets with glass candle coasters and paper designs that you attach with decoupage glue.

  • heavy glass coaster or trivet (we used a square glass candle coaster from crateandbarrel.com)
  • paper design
  • decoupage glue
  • felt
  • scissors

Download "harvest" trivet design

Download "share" trivet design

Download "family" trivet design

  1. Decide on a design. Choose a favorite image from a magazine or old calendar, highlight your favorite photo, or print out one of our exclusive designs.
  2. Cut design to fit the bottom of the coaster or trivet. Our designs are sized to fit the 4-3/4" glass coaster shown, but you can size to fit any clear glass trivet. (See how we trimmed the "family" design to fit a paperweight.)
  3. Attach design to the back of the trivet with decoupage glue. Tip: Choose glue that dries clear and is intended for use with paper, such as ModPodge Paper.
  4. Cut felt to fit the back of the trivet. Glue the felt to the back of the design.

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