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Stand & Deliver

Use flea market finds to give wee desserts a crowd-pleasing presentation.

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Thoroughly Modern May Day

Celebrate spring with a vintage-themed hanging bouquet.

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Petals & Pancakes

Spring means brunch season! These tabletop decorating ideas will make any gathering special.

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Business is Blooming

Give a tired mailbox a new post as a one-of-a-kind container.

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Doughnuts Delight

Doughnuts are the new cupcakes, so make these old-fashioned favorites the guest of honor at your next get-together.

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Spring Forward

It's three cheers to the perennial season of hope with these easy decorating and entertaining ideas.

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Eggs-ulent Garden

Get cracking on the cutest little succulent garden in town!

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Easter Parade

Bring your dining room to beautiful blooming life with fresh cuts and flower motifs to celebrate Easter and welcome the spring season.

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A Cup Of Cheer

What’s better than hot chocolate? A hot chocolate party dished up in vintage style.

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Letter Winners

Packages topped with chenille varsity patches make for an all-star presentation under the tree.

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A Collector's Holiday Magic

What inspires collector extraordinaire Jesse Lauzon during the holidays? Let us count the things...

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Bottle Brush Trees

Here's the backstory on these classic trees that collectors snap up by the dozens.