We strive to create an atmosphere of warmth and excitement that will stay with our kids forever, as if the quality of their Christmas memories is going on our Permanent Record. It's a 25-day photo op, and the stakes are high.
If you're feeling a bit crafty this Christmas, you don't have to look beyond your own home to find great raw materials for a bit of holiday DIYing.
We love all the traditions -- but we also love mixing the old with the new. With that in mind, here's a quick guide to this season's best decorating trends. After all, the last thing a celebration should be is boring.
When it comes to holiday decorating, a handful of U.S. hotels stick to the mantra "go big or go home." Not content with just a lobby tree and a string...
Save yourself from the dreaded holiday shopping this year, by DIYing the perfect gifts for every family member and friend! After taking a look at what gifts everyone's wishing for this year, we rounded up some of our favorite holiday gift DIY's. Save your cash, and spend some time crafting for the holidays!
When you hang the lights, turn up the festive music to drown out the swears.
I love a great deal, so a Christmas tree that you can reuse each year is a huge plus that resonates with us. The below is a roundup of the best deals and latest innovations currently available in artificial trees.
The truth is, my son isn't like other kids, and at the end of the day, I don't want him to be. So rock on, buddy; at least you won't live your life feeling like somebody's watching you, and I won't be scouring the Internet for new ideas.
So here are some DIY Christmas Decoration ideas that even the DIY challenged like me can handle. Good luck!
Dusting and changing bed sheets are nice, but, to bring your best hostess game, you've got to go all out holiday inn, and create the perfect cozy space in your home for guests to feel welcome and comfortable.
Ginger, molasses, sugar and flour, Add some butter and eggs and maybe an hour. Baking time and cooling aside, You'll have all the ingredients for a mi...
While some folks prefer a Charlie Brown Christmas and others align themselves with the Clark Griswold school of decorating, Loree Bowen and her family in Orange County, Calif., celebrate the season by unpacking 10 large storage bins filled with more than 70 nativity scenes and related artwork.
I have never received either a Monchhichi or a Snoopy Sno-cone Machine. But somehow I've never stopped believing in Christmas itself.
Fun, old-fashioned family displays aren't often advertised, but can spread Christmas cheer faster than Buddy the Elf. So to find out where all the Griswolds are hiding, we asked the experts: real estate agents.
My family had a styrofoam Santa sleigh with a plump cotton Santa and nine wax reindeer. Maybe it was the lack of quality adult magazines, I don't know, but I had one of those ideas so profoundly stupid it made future mistakes seem like child's play.
At their worst, LED Christmas lights exude every bit of the warmth of a fluorescent-lit morgue. At their best, they're on par with strip club neon lighting. The problem is that the older incandescent Christmas bulbs, which cast a much warmer light, are huge energy hogs.