Create Santa beards for funny photo opps. Make your own snowglobes using LEGO figures. There’s all kinds of fun to be had with just a few easy-to-grab materials.
If you find your littles trying to kvetsh their way through the Festival of Lights, add crafty activities to the mix. From glittery menorahs to spin-art dreidels, there’s something for everyone.
This is it — the year you’ll get a head start on holiday cards instead of licking envelopes at the final hour. And you’re going to make them super-creative, to boot!
Reindeer have games. And you can, too! We compiled ideas that guarantee tons of giggles and little prep work, from Pin the Heart on the Grinch to an indoor snowball toss.
These tips for spicing up your party will make the tasty tradition easier and more fun. Get your rolling pin ready.
Get inspired by our favorite decorated neighborhoods. You won’t believe what you see (millions of twinkly lights are just the start!).
From science experiments to lunch fixings, we’ve got the scoop on super-cool and creative ideas, so that your first day of 2015 will go down in history.
Before you microwave another bag of popcorn, reach instead for these unique recipes for your next movie night.
Mealtime battles: We’ve all been there. So that’s why we’re filing muffin tin meals under “Best Parenting Hacks of All Time.”
It’s time to dust off your crock pot so you can make this delicious recipe courtesy of Liz at carpéseason.
Goodbye, butter, processed sugar and other unsavory ingredients. These healthy cookie recipes will make you feel good about that second helping.
Take advantage of the last weeks of tomato season and usher in fall by making this delicious soup for your next meal.
You’ll find ones that make you say “I remember that!” as well as a bunch the whole family can still enjoy.
Game nights are parties waiting to happen. We offer food, decor and game ideas so you can let the good times roll!
Take advantage of seasonal squash and make a cheesy winter squash pasta that your kids will love.