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Today on Home & Family Thursday, October 24th, 2013


Catherine Bell
From the Hallmark Channel Original Movie "The Good Witch's Destiny," actress Catherine Bell rides her broomstick to "Home & Family" to talk about the sixth installment to the hit film series. She elaborates on how the ongoing story is advancing and why audiences connect so well to its family-friendly plotline. Catherine also chats about her decision to leave UCLA to pursue her dream of modeling and acting. Now, Catherine prides herself in being an active mom, able to balance filming on location and being home with her kids.
Tune in for "The Good Witch's Destiny" world premiere on Saturday, October 26 at 9/8c on Hallmark Channel.

Jessie Jane's Fairytale Tablescape

Fall down the rabbit hole with Jessie Jane for her beautiful fairytale tea party.

Jessie Jane's Fairytale Tablescape
Jessie Jane lets her hair down as Rapunzel and takes us on a journey down the rabbit hole for a fairytale tea party. This beautiful tablescape is perfect decor for a bridal or baby shower or a birthday celebration. She spray paints pumpkins silver, uses tulle as a table skirt, and hangs a "Once Upon a Time" banner. We invite you to be our guest!

Find all the instructions here>>

For more with Jessie Jane, visit lilyshop.com.

Roasted Pumpkin Cheese Fondue

Cristina cooks a delicious roasted pumpkin cheese fondue.

Cristina Cooks Roasted Pumpkin Cheese Fondue
Embodying the spirit of Glinda the Good Witch from "The Wizard of Oz," Cristina waves her wand to make a fun and festive fondue using a hollow pumpkin. She puts toasted bread in the bottom of the pumpkin, so cheese doesn't ooze out while baking. Then, she mixes champagne with chicken broth and pours spoonfuls into the pumpkin. Cristina adds a layer of a 3-cheese blend to top it off. The kitchen counter also features other haunted treats, such as black caramel apples for the Evil Witch and a special dragon creation.

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For more recipes from "Taste of Home" and to subscribe to the publication, go to www.tasteofhome.com. Also, be sure to check out www.gourmet.com for plenty more Halloween themed food ideas.

Fairytale Pumpkin Terrariums with Ken Wingard

Ken Wingard shows us how to carve a pumpkin to look like Cinderella's carriage and decorate the inside with a fairytale scene.

Fairytale Pumpkin Terrariums with Ken Wingard
Dressed as Tweedledee, Ken Wingard paints and carves a round pumpkin to look like Cinderella's majestic carriage. He then challenges all the family members to create a fairytale scene inside their team's pumpkins.

Learn to make the pumpkin terrarium>>

For more, visit Ken Wingard at KennethWingard.com and follow him on Twitter @KennethWingard. Tune in to " Home Made Simple" on OWN on Saturdays at 9a/8c.

Halloween Nails with Katie Cazorla
Skip down the Yellow Brick Road with celebrity nail expert Katie Cazorla. She melts our hearts as the Wicked Witch of the West with her black bewitching manicure. She casts a friendly spell on Glinda the Good Witch, prettifying her nails with Swarovski crystals and extra embellishment from an easy-to-use kit. She also discusses a LED nail drying system that doesn't use harmful UV rays.

Learn how to dress up your fingertips for Halloween>>

Katie's put together the ultimate Halloween nail kit worth over $500 for one lucky "Home & Family" viewer! All you have to do to enter is follow us on Twitter @homeandfamilytv and re-tweet our tweet with the hashtag #HalloweenNails. That's all you have to do today until Friday and we'll notify you via Twitter if you're the winner!

Make sure to visit Katie at katiecazorla.com.

What's a Damsel to Do?
All the family members gather on the couch for a head-scratching game of "What's a Damsel to Do?" Mark reads each lady a scenario with multiple choice responses on how they'd react in that particular situation. Then, they reveal what they would do if they were in fact a damsel in distress.
The original game, "What's a Dame to Do?," is available at www.amazon.com.

Hollywood Steals with Sandie Newton
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Visit our new Facebook page at facebook.com/hollywoodsteals for contests and giveaways!

To learn more about Hallmark Channel's Pet Project, visit www.hallmarkchannel.com/petproject. Hop on over to saveabunny.org to learn about adopting a rabbit in need of a furever home.

Princess & Pea Cookies
Jessie Jane has another mystical project today, making a plush cookie cake bed reminiscent of the "Princess & the Pea" fable. She builds a headboard and footboard to frame the layer cake that acts as the mattress. Then, Jessie creats a blanket and pillow out of a sheet of fondant. Lastly, tuck a hidden pea into the bottom layer to see if the princess can detect the bump. Sweet dreams!

We would like to thank Amy Atlas for the recipe.

For more with Jessie Jane, visit lilyshop.com.

Sophie Uliano Makes Bath Bombs
Natural lifestyle expert Sophie Uliano teaches us how to add fizz to our relaxing bath using citric acid as an ingredient. This glittering bath bomb has a soothing aroma and also promises to moisturize your skin.

Get step-by-step instructions here>>

For more from eco health and beauty expert Sophie Uliano go to: Website: www.gorgeouslygreen.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/GorgeouslyGreen
Pinterest: GorgeouslyGreen
Twitter: @sophieuliano

And, you can get more great recipes and crafts by visiting us on Pinterest at pinterest.com/hallmarkchannel.

Mark Learns to Fence

Fencing experts and teachers Michael D'Asaro and Forrest McDougall teach Mark to duel in the sport of fencing.

Fencing Demonstration
Mark, a.k.a. The Royal Steines, becomes a knight in shining armor as he learns to defend his princess in the enchanted forest. Fencing experts and teachers Michael D'Asaro and Forrest McDougall teach Mark the basic strategy of the sport. They also share stories of preparing actor Viggo Mortensen for battle before filming "The Lord of the Rings."
To learn more, visit Salle D'Asaro Fencing Club at salledasaro.net.