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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 08, 2014 01:04 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified Nov 07, 2014

The Gardenista team has been getting Thanksgiving and the winter festivities started. Have a look at their DIY wreaths, garages transformed into guest quarters, zero-cost tablescapes, and boozy new use for apple peels. "The secret to making any holiday season look easy is mindful planning," says Michelle. "We're here to help (we're talking to you, procrastinators.") Above: A few weeks ago, we featured the  Star Is Born Kitchen Remodel  of stylist and blogger extraordinaire Beth Kirby. Now, Beth moves on to her dining room and presents zero-cost holiday tabletop ideas just for Gardenista. Go straight to Thanksgiving on a Budget .  Above: Learn how to make your own bitters (shown here) and apple-peel bourbon in  7 Boozy Holiday Recipes —"all you do is add alcohol and then wait for the deliciousness to steep," says Cheryl. Above: Using farmers market greenery, Erin came up with a Silvery and Fragrant Holiday Wreath for $20  and points out that it's designed to last from Thanksgiving clear through to New Year's. Above: Where to put the out-of-town company? Meet Garages Gone Glam , a look at 10 garages converted into guest quarters (this one belongs to model Carolyn Murphy).  Above: Say no thanks to scented candles. Instead perfume the air subtly with DIY Sage Smudge Sticks  (we're adding them to our Good Ideas for Holiday Presents list). Above: The final ingredient: In this week's 10 Easy Pieces , Janet introduces the new generation of fuel-efficient, environmentally responsible wood-burning heaters—"not your grandmother's stove." More Stories from Remodelista Head & Haft: A New Old-Style Woodworker in Cornwall 15 Ways to Feather Your Nest Thanksgiving, Canadian-Style at Le Marché St. George






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