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How to Roast Pumpkin Seeds
Don't throw out those seeds from pumpkin carving, put them to delicious use as a fall snack. Here's our simple method for roasting pumpkin seeds.seeds in a 325 degrees F oven for 1 hour. Remove the parchment paper . Drizzle seeds with cooking oil. And sprinkle with salt. Bake at 325 degrees F for 10 to 15 minutes, stirring once.
4-Step Outdoor Fall Window Box
Plant a beautiful outdoor fall display in four easy steps. Our editor shows you how to combine fall flowers and seasonal gourds to create a stunning window box (Hint: It looks great from inside the house, too!).
3 Tips for Your Fall Front Door Display
Transform colorful fall elements -- gourds, flowers, and baskets -- into a pretty fall front door display. Our three no-fail tips will make your outdoor decorations the neighborhood standout.
Natural Fall Wreath for Your Front Door
Make a front door show-stopper using just a few supplies, including natural hydrangea and a large vine wreath. See our editor's secrets to the dramatic fall craft!
No-Fail Fall Centerpiece for Pennies!
Use a bottle collection and natural elements to create a cheap, transportable fall centerpiece that's a stunning as the autumn season.I'm gonna show you a no fail arrangement for the fall season . What you'll need to get get started: a tray, a collection of bottles in different sizes and heights, water, a funnel, some
Gorgeous Fall Mantel Inspiration
Learn how to decorate a fall mantel with natural elements, pretty fall colors, and cheap, repurposed knick knacks.an elegant monogram. Finish it off with a couple of sparkly mercury glass containers . Three, display fall leaves. You can mount a graphic collection of them on a canvass using glue dots or wire a few
Add flavor to your holiday tabletop with these clever ideas to turn produce into pretty candleholders.I've got a smaller candle here that I'm gonna cover with the green beans . So you similar thing, you just put a rubber band around it like this, and then the green beans I've also cut to be about the same size, and I'm just gonna start tucking. Don't worry about whether or not the rubber band coordinates or looks pretty because I'm gonna cover it up with some ribbon, so it's not gonna look so bad once it's done. You're gonna keep tucking in your green beans like this just like I did with the asparagus until you got your candle totally covered. But, the artichoke is a little
Pinecone Chair Toppers
Put pinecones in a whole new place this fall…on your chairs! See how simple it is to add a little elegance to the table.[time=0:00:] Bring the outdoors in with this pretty little pine cone project. It's super quick and easy, but it's little touches like this that make the holidays a lot more special. So, using a pine cone , a larger one, I just cut a piece of thick wire, you know, not so thick that it's hard to manage but thick enough that it's got some stability. Just cut a piece like that. And then, I ran it around my pine cone like this. And just kinda twisted it in the back, like so. So, I've got one that I made right here. Basically, super easy, just attach the wire to your pine cone . Then, to add some extra ornament to the pine cone , I found these really cool floral picks at my craft store. And then, I'm gonna use this on my pine cone . Just gonna attach it to the back. Using the same wire that I already cut, I'm just gonna kinda flatten it against the back of the pine cone , and then, twist it. And then, I'm gonna make this really cool and simple bow just by going back and forth. I'mgonna do a little twist, twist, twisting action. So, you got your pine cone with your berries. You got your bow. And then using the little wire that you had on the back of your bow,
Make a pretty fall tabletopper using fresh flowers to mimic the shape of a pumpkin.