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Home for the Holidays

How-tos and inspiration from our Home for Holidays series with HGTV's Design Happens

Thanks for joining us tonight! Cheers and Happy Holidays from Made + Remade and Design Happens!

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Skip the store-bought gift wrap this year! @Marianne Canada has three fun ways to dress up kraft paper. (

How fun are these handmade stockings from Michelle Reynolds? >> blog.diynetwork.c...

  • Deb Alexander

    My son wants the "grinch" one!!!! Nice twist to a traditional display

  • Yolanda Coombs

    These are great....have already started making a few. Mine are more red and black but I love the look of the metalic colors and the tapestry fabric.

This HGTV HOME Furniture Collection round copper accent table added a great touch as well!

Turn an old pair of shoes into a sparkling holiday party accessory with spray glitter and ribbon laces. (

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Our HGTV HOME Accents mirrored door chest made a great table for all of these beautiful desserts!

Infusing plain granulated sugar with cardamom, cloves, vanilla, cinnamon and orange rind dresses up this cotton candy for the holidays. (

  • Deanne Revel

    I'm a chai addict and have tried so many chai-infused desserts but this might be my favorite! Classy cotton candy for adults. :)

  • Lili Zarghami

    These are so magical and lovely. They'd be great on New Years Eve, too!

These sugared cranberries are sweet, tart and addictive. You won't be able to stop snacking! (

Spray paint, embroidery floss and dried cockscombs turn a basic branch into a stunning hanging centerpiece. (

  • Lisa Blair-Rogers

    Pom poms would look nice too :)

  • Yolanda Coombs

    Do you think this would work with fishing line.....might be able to spray paint it to be more irredescent?...

  • Liz Gray

    Yolanda, I'm sure fishing line would look great! It would give the flowers a floating effect, I think.

  • Yolanda Coombs

    Looks like something for me to try. Might also work well in the spring for Easter.

  • Deanne Revel

    Pastel flowers for Easter would be super cute!

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