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Simple Centerpieces from Nature
Simple Centerpiece from Nature. Here's what you'll need: faux pears, adhesive jewel decals and footed bowl. Remove decals and apply on real or faux pears. Place decorated pears into the bowl to create this beautiful centerpiece.
Easy to Make Centerpieces for the Holidays
Pretty-up your tabletop with these easy holiday centerpieces. They work well fall through winter for any holiday occasion.vase. Set blooms under glassware. Insert cattail stems in bean-filled vase. Fill glass containers with beans, nuts, or ribbon. Place corks in a glass container with votive.
Pumpkin Decorating Ideas
Get creative with our pretty pumpkin decorating ideas, including painted pumpkins and easy fabric-wrapped pumpkins.
Creative Thanksgiving Centerpiece
Get creative with your centerpiece designs -- a chalkboard-painted platter works great as a Thanksgiving centerpiece and can be transformed to use on your table year-round.
How to Make a Moss Wreath That Lasts All Season
Pretty moss, eucalyptus stems, and faux pears and red leaves combine for a stunning holiday wreath that you can leave out fall through Christmas. Bonus: This wreath is just as pretty laid down as a table centerpiece. See how!
Fall Centerpiece Ideas
Footed glassware and some fall elements (such as nuts and pinecones) can combine for beautiful fall centerpieces. We'll show you how!Nuts, Beans Idea #1: Layer two different colors of beans in a glass container . Use a ribbon to tie a bow to the top of the container. Idea #2: Place an assortment of ribbons in a glass container , then nestle pinecones in the ribbon. Idea #3: Add an assortment of nuts to a glass container and mix by hand.
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,
Stuffing a Turkey
Before stuffing a turkey, be sure to remove the packaged gizzards and neck of the turkey. They are often placed in both ends of the bird. Next, rinse the turkey well. Pat the turkey dry so it is less slippery. Note, for safety's sake, you should not stuff a turkey or any poultry until you're ready to roast it. But the stuffing can be made ahead and refrigerated. Start stuffing the bird by lightly spooning some of the stuffing into the large opening of the turkey. Loosely fill the body cavity with stuffing. The stuffing will expand during roasting, so don't pack it too full. At the other end of the turkey, pull the neck skin away and using a spoon and your hands, tuck stuffing into the shallow cavity under the skin. Turn the bird over and continue to add stuffing. To help keep the stuffing in place, pull the skin over the stuffing. Use a short skewer to secure the skin by poking the skewer through the loose skin of the body. Turn the turkey over. Tuck the ends of the drumsticks under a band of skin. If a band of skin isn't present, you can tie the legs to the tail with string. To keep the wing tips from overbrowning and to give your turkey a nice finished appearance, twist the wing tips under the back of the turkey. Finally, place the turkey on a rack inside the roasting pan.the stuffing into the large opening of the turkey. Loosely fill the body cavity with stuffing. The stuffing will expand during roasting, so don't pack it too full. At the other end of the turkey, pull
Make a pretty fall tabletopper using fresh flowers to mimic the shape of a pumpkin.