Editor's note: Use this French Buttercream to make Allison and Matt Robicelli's Tarte Bourdaloue and Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel cupcakes. This is it—the star of the show, the main event, the most important part of our cupcakes—buttercream! As this is French buttercream, this is tres, tres serious. You will pay attention, follow along, and execute these directions! C'est Sérieux!
Beer-Battered Onion Rings by Martha Stewart #TastyStory
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A classic cheese fondue recipe that is easy and sure to impress your guests. Includes tips for making perfect cheese fondue and cheese fondue dippers.
Marshmallow Frosting Recipe
This frosting recipe from Jennifer Shea of Trophy Cupcakes is used for delicious Chocolate Graham Cracker Cupcakes with Toasted Marshmallow.
How to Make a Boxwood Wreath - DIY Decorator
With Christmas just around the corner, we have a simple Boxwood Wreath to help you celebrate Christmas. Make a large wreath to hang on the wall or a smaller one to decorate your Christmas table. I have lots of boxed hedges planted in my garden, and they were ready for a trim. Follow this simple …Continue Reading
Martha Stewart Shares Her Tips for a Crafty Easter
Martha Stewart lives in my hometown. I may be biased, but it's one of the prettiest places in New York. Here's a glimpse at her backyard: Are these fields of flowers not to die for? If there's anyone who knows how to entertain on Easter (or any day), it's Martha Stewart. I asked if she would send over some tips for the best things to eat, drink, and decorate with. Here are her ideas for DIY gold-leaf eggs, a pretty (and pink!) cocktail recipe, and a perfect dinner party menu idea. The…
21 Rope Crafts to Tie Your Home Dècor Together
Switching up your materials can make a big statement when crafting. Try using rope to design home decorations, jewelry, and more—they're great activities for anyone who loves to tie up loose ends.