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Christmas Decorations

'Tis the season to deck the halls! From easy, elegant crafts to brilliant tree trimming ideas, we've got scores of ideas to make your home feel fun and festive.

We're entering the holiday home stretch, so we asked our favorite blogger, stylist and HGTV host for her last-minute decorating and entertaining advice.

You asked, we delivered: Here are some of the most-requested stocking patterns from our December 1977 issue. Happy holidays!

Stylish takes on snowflakes, garlands and wreaths give your home a fresh, new look for the holidays.

If you're looking for last-minute Christmas decorating ideas, New York event planner David Stark has some creative ways to spruce up your home.

Looking for creative ways to decorate your home for the holidays? Both fragrant and functional, a pretty herb wreath is easy to assemble and perfect for gifting or to hang on your kitchen wall.

The holiday forecast is always warm and welcoming at Holley Jaakkola's Savannah home.

Try some of these simple but special crafts that are perfect for decorating or gift-giving.

Pinecones, berries and boughs. For Lisa Hellman and her family, decorating inspiration can be found right in their own backyard.

Deck the halls and rock around the Christmas tree to our favorite holiday tunes.

We updated these knit and crochet stocking patterns that were inspired by ones first featured in Family Circle 34 years ago.

Sparkly silver balls, pretty white flowers, candles everywhere. Getting ready for Christmas is easier than you think.

Beautiful, simple ideas for when you need a little Christmas, right this very minute.

We show you how to turn everyday materials into fabulous holiday wreaths.

Modern takes on wreaths, garlands, and bouquets give your home a fresh new look.

Designer Nora Napientek spreads holiday cheer all through her family's house with an easygoing approach to decorating.

'Tis the season to add shimmer to your home. From a brilliant wreath to silver stars, we have easy ideas to brighten your December.

Cue the elves. It's time to set the scene with fanciful Christmas stockings, ornaments, and more.