Quickly dress up your favorite cupcakes for the occasion.
Make a room twinkle with pillar candles and tea lights.
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Repot your poinsettias in flour tins, coffee containers or cans.
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Turn cinnamon sticks, popcorn or candy into decor.
Skip the same old wrapping paper and get crafty.
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Make classic holiday recipes from your favorite songs.
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This plan helps you sit back, relax and enjoy your party!
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Make a wooden cheese board pop with a colorful tablecloth.
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Melissa hosts a mother-daughter holiday tea party.
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