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Some of these displays are good enough to eat!
I am not one of those moms that is stoked to decorate for the holidays. I am just not. I find it inconvenient. I find that it clutters up my house. I hate the colours green and red! I don't like the temporary nature of decorations, because as soon as you put them up, it's time to take them down.
The faux gingerbread house idea is just brilliant.
Even store-bought ornaments have a story behind them.
All we want for Christmas is a DIY-decorated home that looks like it was crafted by Martha Stewart herself. But chances are, that won't go according to plan. The fact is, some of us just aren't that c...
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Your home is ready to get festive.
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We've long since opined that festive décor should enhance existing home style rather than smother it, so our 'less is more' mantra is currently extra potent. To provide direction, here are three looks -- Past, Present and Future -- arranged, for your style hungry delectation, using our very own Toronto condo as backdrop.
Condo owners know when the holiday season comes around, it can be hard to get too excited about decorating your home — because let's face it, even putting up a tree can take up too much space. But don...
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If you're like many people, Christmas decorating can often consist of dragging out a tired wreath you've had for years, along with the Christmas tree and some tinsel. And we don't blame you/us. It of...
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There is one serious advantage to the longer nights with which we're currently contending, and that is that it gives people more time to show off their gorgeous Christmas lights. From lollipops to gia...
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Costco has begun Christmas in July this year, already selling wrapping paper, decorations and other holiday goods in Canada - but not everyone is buying into the idea. Costco shopper Darian Obrotza s...
It's almost February, for crying out loud. I feel as if I'm in the midst of the holiday season, and I put that to bed over a month ago. Yet, standing in the middle of my street, I'm full of Yule tidings all over again. Why? Because half the population in my city still hasn't taken the Christmas wreaths off their front doors.
Feeling festive yet? The stores are already full of holiday decorations, but decking the halls can get expensive. And besides, aren't your favourite decorations usually the ones that have a personal t...