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3 Brilliant Ideas for a Fall Harvest Party

Get a sneak peek of Martha's upcoming Facebook LIVE demonstration!

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Start with Something Sweet

 

Who can resist these apples dipped in sweet caramel and coated in toasted hazelnuts. Even better, our version of the classic fall-time treat is ideal for children since Lady apples are smaller in size — a perfect fit for tiny hands.

 

[TRY IT: Get the Caramel Lady Apples Recipe]
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Photography by: YASU+JUNKO

Create a Colorful Display

 

Every year, fall is a breathtaking display of color. It follows suit that your table should embrace the hues of the season. Of course, we love the classic combination of warm yellow, orange, and red tones, and gilded touches; but get creative with your color palette. We love the unexpected burst of color from this rainbow-inspired pumpkin, decorated with leafy silhouettes keep it perfectly seasonal. If you want, go an extra step further and hollow out the inside to fill with candy — then it doubles as an eye-catching serving bowl.

 

[TRY IT: Get the Colorful Leaf Decoupage Pumpkin How-To]
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Harvest Your Own Decorations

 

The best part of fall? All of that natural bounty — corn, pumpkins, gourds, even apples — can double as showstopping decorations. For instance, we've used multicolored Indian corn to create crafts over the years including wreaths, hanging decorations, centerpieces, and garlands.

 

[TRY THIS: Get the Fall Garland How-To]

Want to watch the tutorial on how to make each idea, step by step? Join Martha as she demonstrates how to make a decoupage pumpkin filled with candy, a corn craft idea, and her Caramel Lady Apples on Facebook LIVE. Mark your calendars for October 18, 4:15 p.m. EST facebook.com/marthastewart.

 

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