Today on Home & Family: Kellie Martin
Kellie Martin, star of the new Hallmark Channel Original Movie "" visits Home & Family today. Kellie, who played Becca Thatcher on the hit drama "Life Goes On”, gets a special visit from one of her former "Life Goes On" cast members. Kellie also talks about growing up on-screen and about being part of the Hallmark Channel family. And later, Kellie, Mark, and Paige play with some of the unique toys from Kellie’s toy store Romp! And then Mark shows us why we DON’T play with our toys indoors!
For some great original toys, visit Kellie's toy store at: .
Christy Vega Fowler
Christy Vega Fowler, owner of Casa Vega, one of LA's premier restaurants, is in the Home & Family Kitchen today. Christy's recipe is a traditional dish served during the Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) that focuses on family gatherings to remember those who have died. Christy's recipe for Día De Los Muertos Bread is easy, colorful, and fun for the whole family.
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Originally from Louisiana, Amber Lehman moved to Nashville to pursue a PhD in Microbiology. However, her passion for fashion eventually took over, leading her to become a celebrity stylist working with numerous superstars including Kenny Chesney, Julianne Hough, and the band Perry. Today, Amber is teaching Mark & Paige her 27 ways to wear a scarf.
And later, Amber talks about fashionABLE Scarfs. Founded by Amber and her husband Barret, fashionABLE helps to create sustainable business for women in Africa. Working with exploited women, fashionABLE proceeds go directly to provide jobs, training, and security to disadvantaged women. Each scarf is named after an exploited woman who helped to inspire the line. To find out more about fashionABLE visit: . For Amber's Style tips visit: .
Mary Jane Butters
It's called glamping, a movement that combines the outdoors with style and empowers women to camp on their own terms. Today Mark & Paige welcome glampers, Mary Jane Butters and Kelle Arvay. Starting in the 70s Mary Jane was the 1st woman hired as a station guard for the US Forest Service and was stationed in the most remote station in the lower forty-eight. The lonely days in a man's world left Mary Jane wanting for "girly things." Flash-forward several decades and now Mary Jane is a pioneer for women enjoying the outdoors in style. Joined via Skype by fellow glamper Kelly Arvay, Mary Jane and Kelly show Mark & Paige their glamped out Airstream campers. And later, Mary Jane teaches us her recipe for her Campfire Banana Split.
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