The actor Trevor Donovan sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Marry Me at Christmas” and his role. He also opens up about his battle with stage fright while transitioning from being a model into an actor. Trevor also reveals some of his favorite family holiday traditions.
Irish chef Stuart O’Keefe is in the kitchen cooking a traditional dish, shepherd’s pie with scalloped potatoes. He recommends using a pressure cooker to save time and tenderize the meat. When you are done, top the pie with the potatoes to give it a more gourmet look. Best part is if you don’t want to turn this into a pie, you can also turn this dish into a stew.
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DIY Candy Cane Pillars
Paige Hemmis and Ken Wingard team up for this festive DIY, candy cane pillars. Make sure you purchase extra paint for this project in case you need to do touch ups afterwards. The total cost of this DIY is $45 and you can show it off any time of the year.
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The award-winning artist Darlene Love takes to the Home & Family stage to perform “Marshmallow World.” She also talks about her upcoming tour.
Hot Cocoa Beauty
Kym Douglas is giving you some helpful beauty recipes using a special ingredient: hot cocoa! Today she is making body butter, a milk foot bath and hand cream, all using this key ingredient.
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Actress Renee Lawless of OWN’s “Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots,” visits Home & Family to talk about her series, which you can catch Tuesdays at 9/8c. She even shows off her DIY skills with a 12 Days of Christmas Cat Tin Light-Up Tree. If you want to get extra-festive, feel free to add ribbons and berries.
Hallmark Keepsake Artist
Hallmark Keepsake Artist Robert Hurlburt breaks down how a Hallmark ornament gets made, starting with working alongside engineers for the design. Robert jokes that his biggest fans are his very own grandkids.
Shirley Bovshow celebrates Hallmark Channel’s Original Movie, “A Rose for Christmas,” by showing you how to make your own potpourri with essential oils and orris root. When you are done, let it sit for six weeks to cure.
Get more from Shirley at EdenMakers.com