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October 30, 2017
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How To Etch Leaves Into Pumpkins With a Rotary Tool

This elegant pattern works all season long, from Halloween to Thanksgiving!

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How to Add a Bluestone Walkway

Replace a crumbling, uneven concrete walkway with handsome bluestone built on a rock-solid base

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How to Carve a Pumpkin With a Power Tool

Easily add Halloween spirit to your home with a festively carved pumpkin. Here's how to carve intricate and detailed designs with a Dremel Cordless Rotary Tool

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See All of the TOH Pumpkin Contest Entries

Check out the competition this year! Which is your favorite? Winners will be announced on Halloween

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How to Build a Message Center

Taking a cue from classic window trim, Tom Silva and Kevin O'Connor dress up a chalkboard with molding from the home center

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Build It | Salvaged Door Shadow Box

Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O'Connor build a shadow box using wood recycled from an old door

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Before and After: Bath Remodel Doubles the Pleasure

Snagging square footage from an adjacent porch makes for a spa-like retreat that's flooded with light and nearly twice its original size

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TOH Top 100 Best New Home Products 2017

America's most trusted home improvement brand picks the best products of the year

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