DIY Milk Carton Bird Feeders and DIY Toadstools
Orly Shani and Maria Provenzano show you how to make two kid-friendly DIYs using some items they recycled. First, Orly turns an old paint bucket into a toadstool, that she paints to mimic a mushroom. Meanwhile, Maria is taking old milk cartons and turning them into fun bird feeders that you can hang outside your home. Let the kids help decorate these DIYs. Both Orly and Maria encourage you to get as creative as you want with colors.
Blueberry White Chocolate Dream Bars
Tia Mowry is in the kitchen today making a sweet treat of kid-approved blueberry white chocolate dream bars. She makes a graham cracker crust that does not require a food processor, saving you time on preparation. Make sure to line your baking pan with parchment paper to avoid a mess. She adds coconut for extra-chewiness and the blueberries not only bring added sweetness to the bars, they are also nutritious!
Larissa Wohl is joined by the President of Humane Society Silicon Valley, Carol Novello to talk about the benefits that go with rescuing animals. Carol’s book, “Mutual Rescue” came about when people kept asking her questions on why she dedicated her life to rescuing animals. She goes on to explain that doctors have proven adopting and caring for animals is a way to help improve your physical and mental health. She also shares stories of her favorite rescues from the past.
Adoption Ever After
NAME: DOG: Blanche
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
RESCUE: Waggy Tail Rescue
NAME: DOG: Rafe
LOCATION: Milpitas, CA
RESCUE: Humane Society Silicon Valley
Summer Scalp Detox
Kym Douglas is getting you ready for summer by showing you how to give your scalp a detox. Today, she is making a DIY salt scalp scrub. She is also preparing a detoxifying clay mask and finally, she shows you how to make a honey and cinnamon scalp treatment.
One Beachball Three Ways
Orly Shani is showing you how to decorate an ordinary beach ball three different ways to bring your pool party to life! Today she is making a watermelon beachball with permanent vinyl adhesive. She also shows you how to make a beachball with added fun summertime messaging on it. Finally, she also makes a stars and stripes version for a patriotic theme.
Author of “Chasing the Gator,” Isaac Toups is in the kitchen making a seafood favorite of stuffed crab. Before getting started, he explains the process of catching crab in South Louisiana. Today he is using jumbo lump crab for this dish because it is so simple to dress it up. If you can’t find lump crab, you can always use dungness, stone or rock crab. The more local and the fresher the crab, the better this dish. Use just a pinch of breadcrumbs for an added crunch, too much will overpower the crab taste.
Social media comedienne and author Heather Land sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about her new book, “I Ain’t Doin’ It.” She talks about how she first got into comedy, with the help of her kids, who encouraged her to post her material on social media. She credits her fans for giving her great topics to cover and also says she gets great inspiration from living in the South and making every day observations.
Lawrence Zarian is celebrating the premiere of Hallmark Channel’s Original Movie, “Sailing Into Love,” by bringing you the hottest looks in nautical fashion.
LOOK #1 Brigett
· C&C California Navy & White Sripe Dress ($24.99)
· Verve Ami White Shawl Collar Cardigan ($14.99)
· Look available at Marshall’s
LOOK #2 Summer
· Curve Appeal White Denim Jacket ($24.99)
· Rolla Coster Blue Wide Leg Jumpsuit ($19.99)
· Aldo Stripe Tote ($29.99)
· Look available at Marshall’s
LOOK #3 Isabelle
· Jubilee Couture Navy Dolman Top ($23.99)
· ECI Nautical Stripe Knit Pants with Side Slits ($23.99)
· Look available at Amazon
Actress Melora Hardin visits Home & Family to talk about her Freeform series, “The Bold Type,” which you can watch Tuesdays at 8/7c. She also opens up about her character’s storyline dealing with millennials and social media. She brings a clip from the series for the audience to enjoy. The actress discusses real life motherhood and raising her children in the new digital age.
DIY Cactus Ring Toss
Maria Provenzano is showing you how to entertain your summertime party guests with this fun DIY cactus ring toss. She creates the cactus out of foam core to give it a more 3D effect, then cuts it out using an x-acto knife. She decorates the cactus cut-out with three shades of green spray paint to give it a more realistic look. Add multiple arms to your cactus to have more “toss” points. When done, place the cut-out cactus in a terra cotta pot and play!