Holiday Planning & Ideas
From Halloween costume ideas to Christmas crafts and everything in between, Martha Stewart’s ideas will have you at your finest this holiday. Find holiday crafts, gift ideas and ideas for seasonal decorating by Martha Stewart, right here.
Why Oh Why Do We Candy Sweet Potatoes for Thanksgiving?
The orange tubers hardly need sugar -- or marshmallows do they?Post
Halloween Ghost Toffee Is an Easy Spooky Treat
Using white chocolate makes these the sweetest of ghouls.Recipe
Persimmon and Escarole SaladRecipe
Peanut Butter TrufflesPost
Why Do We Eat Green Bean Casserole at Thanksgiving?
Early American settlers didn’t -- nor did they have frozen food!Recipe
Christmas in July Started at This Girls Summer Camp in 1935
The tradition was first described as being full of "mystery and wonder."Article
Pop! It's a Pumpkin Piñata Bursting With Halloween Treats
Who's ready to put the "treat" in trick or treating? This easy-to-make piñata is actually a paper lantern disguised as a grinning jack o' lantern.Recipe
Guacamole Without TomatoesPost
Is Your Pet Scared of Fireworks? Our Veterinarian Has 5 Tips For You
Learn how something as simple as a fan can help.Feature
It's the Fourth of July! Break Out the Red, White, and Bubbly
Yes, "bubbly!" America is turning another year older and it's time to party like it's 1776! Get out everything red, white, and blue, and celebrate in style with these patriotic party ideas.Post
Host a Fireworks-Watching Party That's an Absolute Blast
Wow your friends with a sparkling — literally! — berry trifle.Feature
The Brightest, Boldest Summer Picnic is Happening on the Roof
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at my Americana-inspired summer party. Think bright colors and patterns, food fresh off the grill, and a do-it-yourself snow cone station.Article
Pop the Cork Off a DIY Glittered Champagne Bottle
Fireworks aren't the only thing that's sparkling this Fourth of July. At the start of the celebration, pop the cork on a glittered champagne bottle — in patriotic colors — to get everyone in the star-spangled spirit.Article
Show Your Patriotic Pride With This Fourth of July Flower Arrangement
Store-bought blooms and an American flag (or two) can be corralled into a stunning Fourth of July centerpiece. Here, a variety of hydrangeas, mini roses, and mums stand in for the iconic red, white, and blue.Post
3 Sweet Treats to Make for Fourth of July (No Baking Required!)
Our food editors are whipping up next-level s’mores, refreshing raspberry and lemon ices, and a sensational no-bake cheesecake for the holiday.Article
Download and Print Clip-Art for These Ramadan Drummer Treat Bags
Children and adults alike will love opening these festive bags on Eid — each one is filled with tiny treats including coins, candy, and individually-wrapped chocolates.