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Tuesday, December 31st, 2019

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David Rose – Prosperity Soup
Chef David Rose joins Debbie in the kitchen to ring in the New Year with a flavorful and hearty Prosperity Soup which includes black-eyed peas.

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DIY Champagne Centerpiece
Ken Wingard has a DIY to make your party pop! His DIY Champagne Centerpiece is overflowing with bubbly cheer.

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Follow Ken on social at @KennethWingard

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Last Minute NYE Fashion
We are hours away from ringing in the new year, do you have an outfit ready? Fear not as Kym and Lawrence have teamed up to help show you how to put together the perfect outfit to ring in the new year.

· Katherine Little Black Dress, ConnectedApparel.com

· Textured tights, Express

· Belt, Express

Follow Lawrence on social @LawrenceZarian

Get more from Kym Douglas at KymDouglas.com

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Rosanna Pansino - Countdown Cookie Pops - Home & Family

Rosanna Pansino - Countdown Cookie Pops
Rosanna Pansino, author of “Baking All Year Round,” takes the most iconic moment on New Year’s Eve and turns it into a cookie with her Count Down Cookie Pops.

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Paperwhites
Shirley Bovshow shows us how to take care of fragrant and bright Paperwhites. They are beautiful flowers related to the daffodil and they can grow in soil or water.

Instructions to plant in water

For Water Planting:

  • You need a shallow bowl with gravel or pebbles.

  • Place water-forced bulbs tip-end up, with the bottom of the bulb 1/8th to 1/4th of an inch from the water's surface.

  • Add water.

  • It’s the gravel and pebbles that help the bulb from being too submerged.

  • Provide the right container, lighting and clean water and properly chilled bulbs can fill your home with their winter blasting color and form!

* To keep Paperwhites short, use alcohol in the water: Remove the water and add 1-part vodka to 7 parts water. You can also use short containers to help keep the flowers short and perfect for a centerpiece

Get more from Shirley at Edenmakers.com

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Happy Tail
Kathy McNeil watched “Home & Family” daily looking to adopt a pet that was a perfect fit and she found that in Bear. Bear is a good boy that found his way to a forever home. Kathy shares when you adopt a pet be patient, don’t give up on them.

Get more from Maria on SavedbytheL.com

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DIY New Year’s Eve Photo Opp - Home & Family

DIY New Year’s Eve Photo Opp
It’s not New Year’s without a photo booth so Maria Provenzano and Ali Manno team up for a picture-perfect New Year’s Eve photo opp. Best part is this is an easy and inexpensive DIY you can execute today.

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Get more from Maria at FromScratchwithMaria.com

Follow Ali on social at @Alifedotowshy

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New Year’s Eve Apps
If you are hosting a New Year’s Eve party, you’ll want snacks out before your guests arrive. Debbie and Cam are in the kitchen showing you how to make two easy snacks for your party including an Apple-Cheddar Puff Pastry and Lemon-Rosemary Almonds.

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Get the full Apple-Cheddar Puff Pastry recipe >>

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2020 Beauty Trends
Brandi Milloy is always on top of the latest trends and is here to share what is going to be popular in the world of beauty in 2020. The new year is a great time to start fresh with new hair, skin and nail beauty trends.

#1: Hair Scarves and/or Pins: Dress up a casual outfit with hair accessories like a hair scarf. If you’re not ready for that, go with a pearl embellished hair pin!

#2: Red Lips: Ditch the bright holiday red for a more toned down, deeper red in colors like mauve, wine, Bordeaux, bricks, etc.

#3: Neutral Nails: Ranging from sheer pink to nude to gray.

Follow Brandi Milloy on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Pet Adoption - Tigger - Home & Family

Pet Adoption
Larissa introduces Tigger is an amazing little boy that is five to seven years old. He loves to snuggle and gets his name form the fact that he likes to bounce up and down.

Find out how to adopt Tigger at inthearmsofangels.rescuegroups.org

Baby, also known as “Baby New Year,” is a senior or what Larissa likes to call a senior puppy as she is small and full of energy.

Find out more about how to adopt Baby at potterleague.org

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Reflecting on the Year
It is the last day of 2019 and before beginning our New Year’s resolutions the family takes time to reflect on the year.