Give away gifts this year that your friends and family can eat and that are also fun to make.
Get into the holiday spirit by gathering around the craft table with your children to make gifts and decorations.
Teach your kids basic sewing skills with this easy holiday gift project.
Amid all the holiday-season hubbub, itâ€™s easy to overlook St. Luciaâ€™s Dayâ€”the celebration of light.
Making gingerbread houses is a holiday pastime that can be made even more fun by incorporating homemade, homegrown decorations.
Keep a record of what youâ€™re thankful forâ€”itâ€™s sure to lift your spirits and empower you through tough times.
Teach your children about this historical act of bartering for homemade or homegrown items by helping them set up a trading post.
Make a fun snack for the whole family using this two-for-one recipe.
Outside of trick-or-treating and corn mazes, there are plenty of fun and traditional ways to celebrate the season of spookiness.
Create a space of magic and whimsy in the garden by encouraging your children to set up a home for the fairies.