DIY Cat Tree
Paige Hemmis is showing you how to make your own cat tree to keep your felines entertained for hours. When it comes to purchasing your ladders for this DIY, make sure they are the ones called “towel ladders,” which you can find online. The ledges should be the size of your largest cat and should hold up to 50 pounds.
Kellan Lutz and Brittany Gonzales
Husband and wife duo Kellan Lutz and Brittany Gonzales are in the kitchen cooking up delicious quinoa and chicken stuffed Christmas peppers. The peppers are red and green to go with the holiday-theme. The best part about this dish is that it is light and healthy and fresh.
Lifestyle expert Sadie Murray is introducing you to a variety of beauty products using watermelon including toothpaste and brightening serum. She also shows you how to make your own watermelon-basil-mint foot scrub that will leave your feet smelling great.
Host and underwater cinematographer Joe Romeiro sits down with Debbie and Cameron to discuss the 30th anniversary of Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week.” He also discusses some the scariest encounters he has had underwater with tiger sharks and hammerheads, including ones that have attacked his camera. Don't miss "Bloodline: Spawn of Jaws" on Friday, July 27th at 10/9c on Discovery Channel.
Debbie Matenopoulos is introducing you some easy ways to keep children entertained while in the car.
CEREAL BOX GARBAGE CAN
Use a plastic cereal box and plastic bag to create a trash can that will not spill over.
SILICONE CUPCAKE TIN CUP HOLDERS
Use silicone cupcake tins to keep you cup holders clean.
COLORING CASE DVD BOX
Use a DVD case to create a portable and compact art station for your kids. Create a pocket insert for writing utensils and add a booklet of blank paper.
BABY CRIB FITTED SHEET
Use a fitted sheet over the seat before strapping in the car seat to keep your car clean.
Put your tablet in resealable plastic bag, and then attach to the back of the driver’s seat headrest by attaching with plastic shower rings.
Shrimp Ramen Burritos
Charlie Boghosian of “Chicken Charlies” is in the kitchen is making a shrimp ramen burrito. Before cooking, he shares the story of how he first got started in the food industry 35 years ago, selling corn at the local fair. Now he has several food trailers at various fairs. One of Charlie’s claims to fame is creating the deep-fried Oreo cookie.
Christmas Chair Leg Covers
Orly Shani is making fun and festive covers for your chair legs. Before getting started, measure the circumference of your chair legs and add a couple of inches to the final measurements so your covers are a bit baggier.
Founder of “Grom Social” Zach Marks talks about his social networking media site for kids. Using Grom Social, kids from the ages of 5-13 learn, make friends and play games. It also has a three-step security process before users can sign up.
CIY Canvas Word Art
Maria Provenzano is working with Crayola Washable Kids’ Paint and Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers to make her own canvas word art. Debbie points out that the best part about Crayola paint is that they wash out of clothing. This kid-friendly DIY is holiday-themed to go with Hallmark Channel’s Christmas in July. You should make sure the that paint covers the entire canvas and give it at least 24 hours to fully dry.
Summer Fashion Fixes
Lawrence Zarian is helping out Home & Family viewers with their everyday fashion dilemmas.