Make this succulent centerpiece and use it for three holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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Make a stacked flower centerpiece with succulents that will take you from Thanksgiving to Christmas when you switch out the decorations.
Craft a creepy and kooky wreath for your front door with a bag of (fake) bones and cool and colorful succulents.
This Thanksgiving, when the stovetop and oven are filled to capacity, rely on your outdoor smoker for cooking, with the added benefit of that mouthwatering smoky flavor in your favorite dishes.
These four ideas for harvest-themed centerpieces will impress any guest. Let the reds, golds and oranges of fall inspire you as you set your table.
Bring autumn to the table with centerpieces featuring the season’s best flowers, succulents and more.
Get in the spirit with five ideas for tailgating on game day.
Create a pretty centerpiece with succulents and a birdhouse.
Set a naturally beautiful table with fruit and vegetables from your garden and farmer’s market, embellished with found objects from your home.
Dress up your holiday table with a centerpiece made from beautiful poinsettias and other live plants.
Our Muddy Boots associates have tips for making a July 4th centerpiece from flowers in your garden zone.
Make an easy July 4th centerpiece with tips from our Midwestt Muddy Boots associates.