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Whether your hosting a sit-down dinner or transforming your abode into a haunted open house, these scary sights—of pumpkins, skulls, and decayed-looking flowers—will ensure that your party is a scream.
Ready to get your haunt on? You might be pleased to know that not all Halloween décor is creepy and crawly. If you're opting for a more elegant evening on October 31, these are devilishly dark accents you need to make your guests do a double-take.
Autumn has arrived. Celebrate the beginning of fall with a centerpiece—floral arrangements, candles, and more—inspired by the harvest season.
We asked the holiday experts for their perspectives on pumpkins, ghosts, and winged bat wreaths.
Delight trick-or-treaters and visitors alike with our ideas for wreaths, templates and clip-art, as well as pumpkins galore.
Welcome guests to your home this autumn with rustic gourd garlands, decorated pumpkins, and wreaths and centerpieces made from foraged materials. Our fall-focused indoor and outdoor decorating ideas are guaranteed ways to make the perfect first impression when family and friends come calling on Thanksgiving—or any day during the season.
You give flowers and bouquets to show the depth of your love, but then they wither within a week's time. With these fun and colorful projects, the blossoms—and your sweet gesture—could last a lifetime.
Souvenirs of days gone by, these tea towels depict the country's most famous sights and pit stops from state to state.
Try your hand at embroidery, flower-pressing, or letter writing with wax seals and Dresden foil die cuts.