Crunchy, buttery shortbread that can be tied up with a festive bow and given as a gift.
Using a heavy-bottomed saucepan and four simple ingredients, gem-like candied walnuts may be arranged atop pies, cakes, cakes, or ice cream sundaes - but they're just as delicious on their own!
Martha’s makeup artist, Daisy Schwartzberg Toye, turns daytime makeup into a festive look perfect for holiday parties.
Martha and Creative Director Anduin Havens whip up a creamy crudite dip to bring to a potluck lunch at the Martha Stewart Living offices.
Martha makes these cookies, one of her favorite recipes, to give as gifts. Spiced with nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger, they taste like Christmas.
Martha and crafter Kristin St. Clair create clusters of glittered pinecones to make wrapped presents extra special.
Martha makes stockings embellished with fuzzy felt creatures. These stockings are rustic chic, and a thoughtful homemade gift for a new addition to your family.
Martha makes glittering holiday cards featuring photos of family and friends. The recipient can hang the snowflakes, tied with a ribbon, on their tree.
Martha and crafter Kristin St. Clair cut out colorful patterned and glittered paper to make ornaments with a special gift card tucked inside.
Martha makes a gorgeous wreath using unbleached coffee filters folded to create a ruffled effect. Tied with a contrasting jewel-toned ribbon, it’s pretty hung in a window or on your front door.
Martha and cookie decorator Dani Fiori make a magical forest of Christmas tree cupcakes using an unexpected store-bought ingredient.
Martha and crafter Jodi Levine make cute cottages out of graham crackers. Make a whole village and they’d be perfect for a Christmas centerpiece.
Go into Martha’s kitchen with cookie decorator Dani Fiori as they bedazzle gingerbread cookies with shiny icing and shimmering glitter.
Martha makes this maple-flavored granola, packed up in festive fabric-topped jars, to give as gifts during the holiday season.
Martha shows you how she stocks her pantry before the whirlwind of winter baking begins. Plan ahead and you’ll be prepped for any sugary surprise.