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Trending on Gardenista: The Handmade Holiday

December 9, 2016

From fire starters to fir sugar, we’re keeping busy with garden DIYs.

Poinsettias in Glass Vases, Photo by Michelle Slatella

Above: Ditch the foil and rethink red: At last, a new style for poinsettias.

DIY Holiday Tablecloth Natural Dye by Justine Hand

Above: This DIY linen tablecloth gets its dusty indigo hue from an unexpected source: red cabbage.

Fire Starters, Photo by Erin Boyle

Above: Keep hearth and home warm on cold December nights with these 10 giftable fire-starter kits (including this DIY version).

Fir-Infused Vodka, Photo by Marie Viljoen

Above: An aromatic (and unexpected) use for discarded pine needles: pine-scented cocktail salt and more.

Garden Books from Food 52

Above: Put the garden to bed for winter and curl up with one of our favorite gardening and outdoors books—or gift them to the plant-lover on your list. (The Plant Recipe Book and The Flower Recipe Book, shown here, are available as a set for $49 at Food52.)

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