Actress Crystal Lowe sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Traveled,” which premieres Sunday, February 11th at 7/6c. She also brings a sneak preview of the movie for the audience to enjoy. She warns viewers that this installment of the series is one of the most sentimental and you might just cry and laugh all at once.
Pastry chef and owner of “Valerie’s Confections,” Valerie Gordon is making a delicious champagne tart in the kitchen. To get started, she recommends making the crust out of your favorite shortbread dough. Before adding the filling, make sure the crust is fully baked and cooled.
Get more from Valerie at ValerieConfections.com
DIY Teddy Bear Pillows
Orly Shani has an adorable kid-friendly DIY, a teddy bear pillow, made out of your favorite stuffed animal. She provides this extra-tip: when pinning the pillow to sew, pin every half of inch because it will make a round circle. She also recommends you actually sew this pillow together, as opposed to using just fabric glue for more durability.
Singer and songwriter, Aloe Blacc performs “What a Wonderful World” on the Home & Family stage. You can also catch Aloe in “America’s Musical Journey,” in theaters on February 16th.
Get more information about the movie at AmericasMusicalJourney.com
Ultimate Breakfast in Bed
Kym Douglas is showing you how to create the ultimate breakfast in bed with the help of a Massaging Back Rest, MiniPresso, “I Love You” Toast Stamp and Peel Away Bed Sheets. All that you can find on Amazon or Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
Actor Jason Priestley visits Home & Family to talk about ION’s “Private Eyes” which premieres on Sunday, February 11th at 9/8c. The actor also discusses his recent Walk of Fame honor and what it was like reuniting with his former co-stars from “90210.”
Author of “My Floral Affair,” Rachel Ashwell is showing you what makes the perfect Valentine’s Day bouquet. Before getting started, she recommends you think of how you want the bouquet to look, all the way down to the vase. Don’t be afraid to use fake flowers if you want to keep the bouquet long after Valentine’s Day.
“Why Grazing is Good for You”
William Sears, MD visits with Mark and Debbie to talk about his new book, “Dr. Sears T5 Wellness Plan,” where he explains the benefits of grazing. He also provides you with two delicious bite-sized recipes perfect for snacking on, zucchini bites and baked pears with pistachios & Greek yogurt. He is joined in the kitchen by Erin Sears Basile, who co-authored the book.
Betty Reid Soskin
96-year-old park ranger Betty Reid Soskin stops by Home & Family to talk about her new book, “Sign My Name to Freedom,” where she shares stories of her near century long life and her career dedicated to parks.
DIY Love Photos
Maria Provenzano is getting into the Valentine’s Day spirit with this DIY using crepe paper, scissors, tape and balloons. She recommends you make sure your crepe paper is long enough to touch the floor to fit the entire photo on it. She also provides you with a variety of photo examples you can use for this DIY.