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When Calls the Heart” Interview

Erin Krakow and Daniel Lissing are joined by an audience of “Hearties” to give you some hints on what will happen in this Sunday’s season finale of “When Calls the Heart.” Erin calls this the best episode ever because it is filled with action, drama and romance. The actors even bring a sneak peek for the audience. Erin and Daniel give a shout out to the Hearties! They are extremely proud of their fanbase and some of the audience members even get to ask the actors questions. After, Cristina and Erin show you how to iron on “When Calls the Heart” patches.

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The Andrews Twins Cook!

14-year-old twin chefs Lilly and Audrey Andrews are in the kitchen whipping up ranch style potato hash. They are also preparing a citrus salad with balsamic honey and pistachios. The girls say that the Mother’s Day holiday helped influence these recipes. They chose yukon potatoes for their hash because of the flavor and color. The girls explain that cooking is a family activity in their house, but that they also enjoy cooking for their parents when it comes to dinner.

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Must-Have Bridal Products

With spring right around the corner, Kym Douglas is here to let brides know what products they should definitely be checking out this wedding season. Kym is decked out head to toe in a bridal gown, causing Cristina and Mark to break out in laughs. Items include a garter that holds items that a purse usually would, in addition to veil weights that won’t ruin your hair on a windy wedding day.

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DIY Vintage Watering Can Ladder

Ken Wingard is making a DIY vintage watering can ladder using a ladder, watering cans and rope. He calls this the perfect DIY for spring because you can leave the decoration up for summer, as well. If you don’t have an old ladder hanging around, Ken shows you how to make your very own! If you want a more modern look, paint the ladder a bright color. This entire DIY will cost you $35.

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Aimee Garcia Interview

The actress visits Mark and Cristina to talk about her new CBS series, “Rush Hour,” which airs Thursdays at 10/9c. She talks about her love for the character because she gets to execute some of her own stunts. Aimee jokes that when she played the babysitter on “Dexter” she got an actual offer from a stranger asking if she would babysit his own kids.

Core Strengthening for Moms

Celebrity trainer Desiree Bartlett has some easy to do exercises for moms, shortly before and after having a baby. Core strength is linked to posture, which explains why poor posture can lead to back problems. She says that plank exercises are a great way to work your core muscles, especially your abs. She also advises moms to take deep breaths, eat correctly and maintain hydration to help get back on track.

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Edible Flowers

Your eyes are not deceiving you, Shirley Bovshow is not outside in the yard, she is in the kitchen talking about edible flowers! Before growing edible flowers, she encourages you grow your own so that you know they are pesticide-free. Avoid edible flowers if you have allergies or asthma. The most important thing to remember is to use organic seeds when growing edible flowers and to make sure that they are planted in a pot. Cristina takes the edible flowers and makes prosecco popsicles with them.

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Navigating Motherhood in a Digital Age

Natalie Telfar and Catherine Belknap of “Social Common” talk about the digital age and motherhood. “Social Common” is a one-of-a-kind online social community for moms that comes up with ideas for parents who are looking to keep their kids active during long breaks from school. From educational scavenger hunts to imagination stations, these two moms have you covered!

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DIY Doormat Wall Art

Paige Hemmis is showing you how to make your very own doormat wall art to help spruce up any room. Using a stencil, Paige also creates a crest on the wall art to make it stand out even more. This entire DIY will cost you only $40, compared to $100 if you bought it at a store.

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Ken’s Organization Tips

Ken Wingard has some helpful tips to help keep your backyard organized during gardening season. He recommends using a ring to organize all the garden tags when planting. A kitchen magnetic rack can be used to store garden tools safely. He also turns a milk carton into a DIY watering can that is easy for kids to use when helping watering the garden.

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