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Friday February 7th, 2020

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Ryan Paevey – Matching Hearts – Interview
Actor Ryan Paevey visits and tells Debbie and Cameron all about his new Hallmark Channel original movie “Matching Hearts.” He plays the owner of a pet adoption center who is set up for love by a match maker played by Taylor Cole. Ryan is similar to his character as they both love animals.

Matching Hearts” premieres Saturday, February 8th at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Channel.

Follow Ryan Paevey on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Spaghetti Bolognese a La Joan Collins
Dame Joan Collins is in the kitchen with Cameron to make her legendary Spaghetti Bolognese a La Joan Collins. She is known as a great cook and hostess as she’s entertained many famous friends at her home such as Elizabeth Taylor and George Hamilton.

Get the full recipe >>

Follow Joan Collins on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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National Send a Card to a Friend Day
Hallmark Channel star Ryan Paevey celebrates Send a Card to a Friend Day at the mailbox wall. He reads a Valentine he received from a fan through Hallmark Channel’s Share the Love Sweepstakes.

Hallmark Gold Crown stores are sharing the love as you will receive a free mini card with any in store purchase through February 14th.

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DIY “Love Ever After” Photo Op
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we are looking for fun and easy projects to make in a matter of minutes. Paige Hemmis shows how we can steal some hearts and wrap them up with love in her DIY “Love Ever After” Photo Op.

Get the full instructions >>

Get more from Paige Hemmis at PaigeHemmis.com

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Dr. Damon Korb – Raising an Organized Child
We know how hard it is to get a child to clean their room or do their homework. Dr. Damon Korb visits and shares strategies to help from his book, “Raising an Organized Child.”

Follow Dr. Damon Korb on Facebook and Twitter.

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Alberto Bini – Chicken Marsala Rigatoni
Chef Alberto Bini, Executive Chef of Maggiano’s, is making a deliciously creamy pasta that is so authentic he makes it for his mom in Italy.

Get the full recipe >>

Follow Maggiano’s on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Pet Adoption
Jerzie is an amazing mixed breed senior girl looking for a forever home. She is 11 years old, loves dogs and people. Her adoption fee is paid by Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Champ Derrick Nnadi.

Get more information on how at adopt Jerzie at KCPetproject.org

Florence is a perfect pittie mix. She is a calm, mellow, older gal that likes to go on leisurely walks.

Get more information on how to adopt Florence at Bestfriendsla.org

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KC Pet Project
Super bowl Champion Derrick Nnadi of the Kansas City Chiefs tells Debbie, Cameron and Larissa about sponsoring the animal adoption fees at the KC Pet Project. He has two dogs of his own and his passion for dogs lead him celebrate his Super Bowl win with an extraordinary act of kindness.

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Ryan Paevey X-O Pancakes
Matching Hearts” star Ryan Paevey joins Debbie in the kitchen to make beautiful XO pancakes. This treat is perfect as Ryan’s character in “Matching Hearts” also makes pancakes.

Matching Hearts” premieres Saturday, February 8th at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Channel.

Get the full recipe >>

Follow Ryan Paevey on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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DIY Suit of Hearts Card Table
When it comes to making the perfect side table all you need is plenty of hearts. Ken Wingard shows how to make a DIY Suit of Hearts Table inspired by the new Hallmark Channel Original movie “Matching Hearts.”

Matching Hearts” premieres Saturday, February 8th at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Channel.

Get the full instructions >>

Follow Ken on social at @KennethWingard

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Sarayu Blue Interview
Actress Sarayu Blue visits and talks about her role in the highly anticipated movie “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” Sarayu is no stranger to the Hallmark family as she is good friends with Lacey Chabert.

Follow Sarayu Blue on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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String Hearts
Shirley shares tips on how to take care of a plant that has stolen our hearts called String Hearts. They are gorgeous semi-succulent, trailing vine plants with leaves that look like little hearts.

HOW TO MULTIPLY STRING HEARTS:

1. WATER CUTTINGS: Making sure one node is submerged – that’s where the roots appear. Change the water every two days and plants will root in 2 weeks and can stay in water indefinitely.

2. CUTTINGS IN SOIL Take a 2-3-inch stem cutting and lay it on top of slightly damp succulent soil/perlite mix (roots will eventually attach to the soil and multiply). Water again only when the soil starts to dry. place in medium light and roots will appear in 6 weeks.

3. PINNING STEMS- Take a vine that is cascading and lay it on top of succulent/perlite soil, pinning the vines to another small container (filled with the mix) - lay on soil in spiral fashion and use a pin to lay it all together. They will attach themselves and grow new roots. Once new roots form cut the stem from the “mother plant” or original plant.in six week a nodule will grow. at that time cut stem away from mother plant. Once you have your new plants place in a room with direct sun.

Get more from Shirley at Edenmakers.com