Home hacks Image by: Photography by: Genia Shapira (tins) and Family Fresh Meals (baskets)
Take a look at these 10 clever organizing tips that are simple, easy and inexpensive solutions to declutter the car, the kitchen, the kids room and beyond.
Keep the luxe look without the pricetag with this DIY marble storage box.
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Never step on one of these toy cars again. This magnet rail for toys is genius!
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Would you believe this charging station used to be an old body-wash bottle?
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No more clanging in the pots cupboard for the right lid. All you need: sticky hooks, a ruler and a pencil.
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These upcycled tins look great and add storage space to your desk or make-up table.
Use a silicon baking liner in your car cup-holders for easy cleaning and a pop of bright colour.
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This DIY dry-erase planner is as practical as it is beautiful.
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Gone are the days when you find bent and ripped wrapping paper in the back of closet. Tip: You can store large posters this way too!
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De-clutter your counter and keep your produce high and dry with wall-mounted baskets. Tip: try wire baskets for a more rustic look.
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Put your old cake or plate stand to use as a storage solution in your bathroom and bedroom.
For instructions visit Brighton The Day
Crunchy-Top Blueberry Muffins <br /> Photography by Mark Burstyn Image by: Crunchy-Top Blueberry Muffins <br /> Photography by Mark Burstyn
'Tis the season for all things gingerbread. From dioramas to sweet treats, these gingerbread recipes will have your house smelling like Christmas in no time.
No ugly sweater party is complete without these themed cookies! The gaudier the better, so let the kids' imaginations run wild with endless candy and colour combinations.
Get the recipe: Ugly Sweater Cookies
This impressive gingerbread house is a treat to decorate. Use any leftover dough to make gingerbread people, animals and other decorations for your house.
Get the recipe: Gingerbread Diorama
Use silver dragées (hard edible candy decorations) to add a classy touch to these show-stopping ornaments.
Get the recipe: Elegant Gingerbread Ornaments
These sparkly ginger owls are an adorable take on gingerbread men. We've chosen to decorate with snowy colours, but there's enough icing for you to play around with different shades.
Get the recipe: Snowy Ginger Owls
Soaked in rum and layered with juicy cinnamon apples and vanilla custard, spiced gingerbread steals the spotlight in this holiday favourite.
Get the recipe: Gingerbread Apple Trifle
You will need a 23- x 17-inch (58 x 43 cm) cake board or other sturdy surface for the base. Having a few cottages means three sets of little hands can personalize their own houses, making it a great family project!
Get the recipe: Gingerbread Cottages
The combination of molasses, ginger, cinnamon, cloves and cream cheese icing gives these blondies an unmistakable gingerbread flavour, without being overly rich or sweet.
Get the recipe: Gingerbread Blondies
Designed to resemble crafty felt gingerbread men, the recipe yields half white and half brown cookies. Decorate with candies to resemble buttons, eyes and hearts as desired.
Get the recipe: Buttery Gingerbread Men
These ornaments are not only fun to prepare but also make beautiful gifts and decorations for the holidays.
Get the recipe: Stained Glass Gingerbread Ornaments
Enjoy these spiced confections on their own or take the flavour a step further by topping your latte with them—instant treat!
Get the recipe: Gingerbread Marshmallows
These gingerbread house façades are an easy alternative to the traditional gingerbread house. Decorating sugar adds sparkle to simple snow-covered rooftops, and candies add a fun pop of colour.
Get the recipe: Gingerbread House Cookie Ornaments
Buttery shortbread gets a warm hug from spiced gingerbread dough in this mash-up of two favourite holiday cookies. A nutty brown butter glaze brings the two flavours together.
Get the recipe: Two-Tone Gingerbread and Shortbread Cookies