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Learn how to cut your very own message of holiday cheer with this easy-to-follow DIY wooden pallet letter tutorial.
Looking for simple, but festive holiday decor ideas? Check out these easy holiday projects!
Get holiday decorating tips and see how blogger Sarah Lampley decorated her home for the holidays with help from The Home Depot.
A delicious and easy gingerbread cookie recipe for the holiday season. See how food blogger Kate Parham Kordsmeier from Root + Revel created this recipe.
Get this easy, must-have holiday chocolate and hazelnut fondue recipe by food blogger Dorothy Kern from Crazy for Crust to treat your holiday guests.
Check out these creative project ideas for giving Home Depot gift cards this holiday season.
Courtney Clymer of Lifestyled Atlanta shares three must haves to make your front door pop this holiday season.
Ready to bring holiday cheer to right to your small front door this season? Pick up some ideas from this inviting front porch Christmas decor.
Incorporate metallic silver and copper ornaments for a modern spin on holiday decor!
Add some Halloween fright or Holiday cheer to your porch with this Workshops Seasonal Door Hanger project.
You'll have almost as much fun creating this busy board as the baby in your life will have playing with it. It's an easy DIY. Just follow this step-by-step tutorial.
This rustic tabletop Christmas tree is a fun way to display small Christmas items. Add family names or photos, and it becomes a family tree display. (Check out the cool splattered-paint snow effect.)
This colorful and creative Christmas tree can be part of your holiday decor. It's a fun DIY project you can complete in a weekend. We have the full tutorial.
Transform leftover branches into dramatic and one-of-a-kind Christmas decorations. It's quite easy, actually. Just follow the simple step-by-step instructions.
Complete your decor this holiday with this cute DIY Entry Sign tutorial and bring Christmas cheer to all who enter your home!
Use spray paint to add gorgeous hues of coral and magenta with a dash of gold and glitter to your gift wrapping!
We have new and unusual gift wrapping ideas that will make your gifts really stand out.
This DIY pigeonhole ornament holder is a great way to showcase your special Christmas ornaments. Learn how to build your own with this tutorial.
This DIY branch shelf is a great gift for someone who likes beautiful and useful things. (You, perhaps?) Check out our step-by-step tutorial to make your own unique branch shelf.
This larger-than-life Christmas card will be an eye-catching addition to your holiday yard decor. Take a peek at this easy, step-by-step tutorial.
This DIY Cheer Bookshelf Sign is a fun addition to your holiday decor. Follow our step-by-step tutorial to make your own.
This DIY Picket Snowflake adds the perfect touch to your outdoor holiday decor. Make your holidays sparkle with our step-by-step tutorial.
This DIY wooden bottle tote makes a great gift or the perfect way to carry your favorite wine to your next celebration. Follow this step-by-step guide.
Wooden crates, decorative metal sheets, and paint are all you need! We'll show you how to make these Christmas decorations.
Who knew a few buckets and fancy tape could make gift wrapping so fun and easy? Get creative this holiday season with this DIY tutorial.
These Christmas light ideas include oversized candy canes, tomato cage Christmas trees and even a DIY light-up sign.
Check out these clever ideas for making the most of your front door decorations this Christmas-- including how to "float" a wreath on the front door.
Here's how to use spray paint to create a festive, frosty look for your Christmas wreath. Plus we have a short, simple tutorial on how create a holiday-themed door mat.
Burlap, canvas drop cloths, a blackboard and some glittery gold come together for this dinner party decor. Pick up some ideas for your own rustic glam Christmas look!
How do you use spakling paste to stencil a Christmas message on gift wrapping? We'll show you how to do that... and how to add a duct tape Christmas bow, too.