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If you haven’t watered your Christmas tree since you forgot about it on the 26th, now is the time to get it out of your house. Unwatered Christmas trees are a huge fire hazard, as this video from the National Fire Protection Association clearly sho...

Christmas cookie season is almost over, but this quick cookie-decorating tip from America’s Test Kitchen can be used all year to coat tasty treats in festive sprinkles.Read more...

There is a certain nostalgic charm to stringing popcorn into festive garlands, but it’s not the only treat you can decorate with. To add color (and sweetness) to your Christmas tree (or Hanukkah bush), string some candy up there too.Read more...

These days, it seems there’s a cookie cutter for every season and holiday, but I just don’t have the storage space for Santa hats, hearts, and pretty fall leaves. Luckily, there is an elegant (and free) way to get cute leaf-shaped cookies: just g...

You want your bedroom to be a relaxing retreat that you return to at the end of the day that encourages deep, restful sleep, and shields you from the blinding sun. We’ve talked about how to do this before, but this graphic wraps a few of those tips...

Slicing the top, rounded portion off of a cake before frosting gives it a smoother, more professional look. To make removing that top crumbly layer even easier (not to mention smoothly frost the sides), just pop it in the freezer first.Read more...

Deece27 bought 4,000 random books from Books by The Foot and fastened them to the wall by nailing each one to the book underneath followed by two nails angled into the wall. Check out more images of the project here. (via r/DIY)...