Crafty domestic goddess Martha Stewart has inked a deal with JCPenney that will basically give her a monopoly on the major retailer and simultaneously ban Oprah and Rosie O'Donnell from doing business with the chain -- and that's just for starters.
Do not pass the crocheted tea-cozy replica of Go. Do not collect 200 Michael's coupons.
People who want to find out how to make the best French Onion soup, how to write the perfect thank you note, and how to make a bird feeder out of old matchbooks and twine will have to find another source.
‘The Martha Stewart Show’ has been canceled.
Every October, domestic goddess Martha Stewart takes a break from folding napkins into peacocks and instead turns her attention to Halloween, a holiday she adores.
She not only does an elaborate themed issue of her magazine, she tapes a television special as well — and this year, she’s creating a spooky maze from ordinary lawn decorations and showing us how to turn a simple two-car garage into a h
It should come as no surprise that growing up as the daughter of domestic goddess Martha Stewart was difficult, but nobody, except for Alexis Stewart, knew just how bad it could get.
“If I didn’t do something perfectly, I had to do it again,” she writes in her upcoming book ‘Whateverland: Learning to Live Here.’ “I grew up with a glue gun pointed at my head.”