Make It: Mark the felt, then cut out a pennant silhouette using fabric scissors. Next create a second layer using a coordinating fabric cut two inches shorter in height and width than the felt. Add wooden letters directly to the fabric with wood glue to spell out names or a holiday message. Add grommets along the edges, and attach to the chair with ribbon to finish.
On HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, Designer Michael Russo decorates Sherri Shepherd's Harlem brownstone drawing on a jazz-inspired theme. He relies on a color palette of gold, champagne and ivory to complement the home's already warm ambiance.
Perfect for the littlest crafters, this easy project uses materials you probably already have on hand. You and the kiddos can turn a bag of walnuts into a whole tree-full of everyone's favorite elf in no time flat.
This Santa Barbara-style home design in Corona del Mara mixes Spanish architecture, a few Moroccan accents and a bit of contemporary. Well-planned landscaping creates beautiful curb appeal and entryway to the home.
The fabulously high-tech design of the Santa Monica Apple store with its glass facade and 34 foot high glass ceiling and the Apple retail store, in general, has had a huge impact on retail, hotel and restaurant spaces.
This Santa Barbara style front yard feels both tropical and rustic. The entertainment space framed by four trees and featuring a fireplace lends itself to the natural rustic feel. The bright blue of the lounge chairs adds that tropical pop of color that makes it feel like a getaway.
Clusters of kangaroo paw plants and ornamental grasses fill the garden with seasonal colors. Thanks to their short stature, these plants also allow the owners to enjoy views of the Santa Monica mountains.
Credits: Architecture: John Corry; Landscape Contractor: Steven Z. Volski + Associates
Our free printable template and step-by-step instructions make crafting this cute card a snap, even for the littlest crafters. Just print out the design then let the kids go to town embellishing it however they'd like.