Actor Trevor Donovan visits Home & Family to talk about his new Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “SnowComing,” which premieres Saturday, January 26th at 8/7c. The actor discusses his love for skiing and what it has been like to ski race for the last 11 years. Later on, he joins Larissa Wohl along with his two dogs, Dogbert and Tito. He emotionally opens up about Dogbert’s diagnosis, a canine version of ALS.
One Skillet Margherita Pizza
Lifestyle expert Monica Hart is making a delicious pizza using a skillet. To save time, she recommends purchasing store-bought dough and rolling it out extra-thin, to make it crispy. This pizza does not have tomato sauce, so instead she adds roasted tomatoes.
DIY Snowflake Soap and Snowball Bath Melts
Maria Provenzano is showing you how easy it is to make your own bath products. She describes these DIY projects as creating your own spa at home. The bath melts will work only if the bath water is super hot. For the soap, she recommends purchasing both goat milk and glycerine kinds. For fragrance, she adds a couple of drops of essential oils.
Kay Wills Wyma
Author Kay Wills Wyma sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about her new book, “Not the Boss of Us: Putting Overwhelmed in its Place in a Do-All, Be-All World.” She explains that the feeling of being overwhelmed has only gotten worst with technology and social media. She advises you to embrace your inner-beauty and learn to be genuine with one another.
Bare Root Rose Selection
Shirley Bovshow is giving you professional tips on how to care for bare root roses and what kind you should order for spring time. She suggests pre-planting your roses now so they start blooming in a few months.
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Kym Douglas is introducing you to some of her latest favorite anti-aging foundations.
PRODUCT 1: Cover Girl advanced Radiance, Target, $6.29
PRODUCT 2: Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation, $44 Amazon
PRODUCT 3: CC+ Your Skin Plus Better, $38, Ulta Beauty
Courtney Ray Goodson of “Uncle Ray’s Peanut Brittle,” is in the kitchen making her famous sweet treat for Home & Family. This peanut brittle is perfect for satisfying both your sweet and savory cravings. She recommends using blanched peanuts to bring out an even nuttier flavor in the brittle. She finishes the brittle with a melted dark chocolate drizzle.
DIY Boot Sweaters
Orly Shani is showing you a creative way to recycle old sweaters, by turning the sleeves into boot sweaters. If the sweater sleeve is too narrow to fit around the boots, she recommends using the actual body of the sweater and cutting it down to the size you need.