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    After a beautiful weekend of temperatures in the 80's --- one last blast of cold (hopefully) pounced on us with a very late April Fools Joke!  

    That didn't stop me and Theresa from taking some time to make something fun, crafty, colorful AND yummy!  We made a few tasty treats for Easter out of PEEPS!  

    In case you weren't aware, PEEPS are made in Bethlehem, PA --- right up the road from QVC!  (Hmmm...I sense the need for a field trip!)  

    Which is your favorite Peep?  
    The traditional Peep Chick or the Peep Bunny?

    Theresa and I got out all of the ingredients for our first tasty treat: PEEP KABOBS!  

    *You'll need wooden skewers

    *Mixture of fruit (choose your favorites or a variety for color.)

    *Peep Bunnies (Pick your favorite color OR more than one color to add more color to your kabob!)

    Unfortunately our season fruit isn't looking as colorful as fruit in the directions -> http://thefrugalgirls.com/2013/03/peeps-fruit-kabobs.html

    But we had FUN anyway!!!  What a great treat after an Easter Egg Hunt!


    Then we HAD to make PEEPS BUNNY RACECARS!

    To make ONE car you will need:

    *Twinkie style cake
    *2 Large Marshmallows
    *1 Peep Bunny
    *1 mini traditional pretzel

    Cut out a compartment in the Twinkie for the bunny to be able to sit in the "Racecar".

    Cut a notch out in front of the bunny to inset the pretzel steering wheel.  Push down into the cake to secure.

    Cut each large marshmallow in half.  Attach the sticky sides to the side of the "Racecar" as wheels!  

    Vroom vroom!!!

    Complete directions here -> http://www.freefuneaster.com/easter-recipes/easter-bunny-racecars/


    (We didn't use the frosting to adhere the bunny or the wheels - the marshmallows and the cream from the Twinkies were enough for ours to hold!)



    I may have created a monster with our last treat!!!  Theresa loved this!



    *Graham Crackers
    *Bar of chocolate
    *Peeps Chicks

    We assembled the graham cracker and chocolate on a plate.  The we added the poor, unsuspecting Peep on top.  AND THEN ....... Put it in the microwave for a few seconds until it tripled in size ... then smushed the top graham cracker on top!  Voila!  


    Full directions here ->  http://thefrugalgirls.com/2013/03/peeps-smores.html


    YUMMY!!!  What a fun Spring twist on s'mores!


    Then we had fun and just put a couple of PEEPS Bunnies in the microwave!  It's fun to watch them puff up so quickly!


    Do you have any fun Spring / Easter treats you love to make?  Share your recipes below or please post then on my Facebook page -> www.facebook.com/JacqueQVC :)


    Have a Happy & Blessed Easter!  

    Hoping it's a beautiful Spring for ALL OF US!!!


    :) Jacque 

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    Happy Easter!

    Easter is very special to me.  It is a time of rebirth, new beginnings and hope. It was my Grandma Dooley’s favorite holiday. My Grandma lived for her family, and treasured her “ladies” as she called the many women who were welcome to walk right through her unlocked door with their sewing needs.  My Grandma was a gifted seamstress, and this is how she made her “pin” money, as my mom calls spending money.  On Easter, this money went to buy all 18 grandchildren a special box of candies from the Fanny Farmer store at the mall.  This was quite a treat, I always looked forward to the butterscotch lollipop included in this special assortment. 

    I miss my Grandma Dooley, and can still feel her soft hand as she held mine in church.  She let me play with her charm bracelets, one gold with eighteen charms engraved with her grandchildren’s names, and the other silver with 27 great grandchildren’s charms.  When the sermon went on a little too long for my attention span, playing with these charms was my way of thanking God for my family, and looking forward to gathering together at Grandma’s for a rousing game of wiffle ball or football. Grandma never forgot a birthday, never missed a baptism, graduation, or wedding. And she kept up with the crowds while shopping on Black Friday, spending an entire day at the Minnesota State Fair, or sitting on the curb for the Minneapolis Aquatennial Parade. She loved family traditions, and we all have countless fond memories thanks to Grandma Dooley. She was everything we could dream of in a grandmother.

    Grandmother Dooley

    CP charms

    At this time of year, I count the blessings in my life, among them are three grandchildren of my own, Easter Lily, Ivo Sol, and Grace Lynne.  I am also grateful for your friendship and the joy you bring to my life.  I look forward to spending time with you on April 17th as we celebrate this beautiful season.  The spirit of rebirth and renewal has inspired the new designs in my shows. Turquoise is a gemstone known for uplifting the spirit, and this spring it seems to be popping up everywhere in fashion and design. I can’t wait to share my newest Sleeping Beauty turquoise pieces with you, because you deserve only the finest genuine turquoise!  And I cannot wait to debut my dragonfly collection, which has taken eight months to perfect! In many cultures, the dragonfly is a symbol of change, poise, and balance.  A beautiful aspiration, I think.

    I’m excited to spend time with my dear friend Nancy Hornback and our new host Alberti, who is an absolute gem, from 1-3 am.  And from 1-3pm, it’s the return of “Carolyn Squared” as we like to say when I’m on air with Carolyn Gracie!  What a joy!

    Happy Easter!



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  • 04/17/14--05:57: Play Our Baby Guessing Game!
  • We're beyond excited that Amy Stran and Gabrielle Kerr are pregnant at the same time! It's even more fun that they're due around the same time too! So, we thought it'd be fun to play a little game.  We want you to guess the date you think their little bundles of joy will arrive + a few other fun things :)

    Fill-in-the-blanks & leave your answers in the comments below!

    * Amy's due date is April 20th *

    Amy's daughter:

    Date of Birth:______





    * Gabrielle's due date is May 1st *

    Gabrielle's son:

    Date of Birth:______




    PS: We have a little Q trivia for you. Did you know the last time two hosts were pregnant at the same time was in 1996?! Do you remember who they were?

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    Here are the most frequently asked questions from our customers about the HALO Choice of Men's or Women's RFID Wallet with Built-In 3000 mAh Cell Phone Charger .  If you don't see your question listed in the FAQs,  Post your question to this blog, below, and check back throughout the day on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014  to have your question answered by our HALO team of experts!

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    Can you believe April is almost over and it's almost time for those May flowers? We are celebrating the end of National Garden Month with the final answers to your Garden Month questions!

    8) Why Are The Leaves On My Plants Turning Yellow?

    The good news is your plant just may be going through its natural growth process by yellowing its leaves and shedding them.  The other good news is your plant is telling you something is wrong by yellowing.  And more times than not, diagnosing your plant like a doctor with a patient’s symptoms can be clear-cut.  Could it be...

    Change of location? This is the first question to ask.  Like most people, plants like their areas and are accustomed to it.  If the new area is too light or lacks light, the plant in its defense will drop their leave in order to grow new that can adapt to the conditions.  Consider moving the plant back to its original spot, if it was thriving there.  Or if this isn’t possible, such as you’ve moved, then keep a watchful eye and give your plant time to acclimate.  It may just be as simple as this.

    Limited Light? Does your plant have yellowing on the lower leaves?  Check to see if the yellowing leaves are on the side of the plant not in the direct light, then there is the problem.  Oftentimes too, plants next to a window shed leaves because of shorter days and will have a growth spurt when days get longer.

    Cold Conditions? Have you moved your plant recently into a drafty area or has it experienced an unusual blast of cold weather?  Try placing the plant back to where it thrived or moving it to a warmer spot in your home with more light.   Do the opposite if you think the plant in undergoing heat conditions.

    Nutrient Deficiency?  Are the top leaves yellowing?  Or do you notice yellowing in unusual patterns?  These are the tell-tale signs of deficiency.  Perhaps the plant is nitrogen deficient or you getting too much calcium in tap water.   You can also try Chelated Iron to green-up your plant.

    Over Watering? When a plant gets too much water it strangles the roots and this is a major cause of yellowing.  Few plants like to have water in their trays, so water accordingly.

    Overly Dry? Has your plant been missing regular watering?  Like people, plants need to drink consistently.  See if getting back onto a schedule will improve the plant health.

    Insects?  If your plant leaves look yellow or burnt, it might be the result of infestation i.e. Spider Mites.  Spray a systemic insecticide provided these are not edible plants…

    9) How Can I Stop Deer From Eating Everything?

    Honestly, there truly is no full-proof way to prevent deer from having a bite (if there were, surely we would all own stock in it) but there are some ways to discourage these majestic but destructive animals. 

    Here I go again, (my blog post “It’s True – It’s Time To Prune”) but pruning and cleaning up your garden is a great place to start.  I trim the lower branches on my trees regularly because unless deer are extremely desperate, they will go find “low hanging fruit” on someone else’s property.  A yard clean of leaves, acorns and rotting fruit is like a store with empty shelves and again, the deer will move on.  Over the years so many friends and fellow gardeners have given me “solutions” to try like spreading cat litter around your property borders, placing bars of deodorant or strong smelling soap around your property and  hanging them from garden gates.  And who knew that deer do not like any “melodic” noise whether it’s wind chimes or the radio?  A great excuse to have music playing from your patio speakers all of the time!    

    You can also consider the many plants and shrubs that deer just don’t like.  I compare it to a restaurant that serves nothing but food you don’t eat (ok, it might be hard for me to find any restaurant with nothing I like to eat, but that’s another story all together).  Here are some ornamental varieties I like and deer unfriendly:

    -Ground Covers:  Barrenwort, Pachysandra, Spotted Deadnettle, Sweet Woodruff, Lily of the Valley, Bearberry, Bugleweed.

    -Perennials: Forget Me Not, Lambs Ear, Bleeding Hearts, Butter and Eggs, Tansy Statice, Peony, Hyssop, Buttercup, Basket of Gold, Catmint, and Lemon Balm.

    -Bulbs:  Tulip, Autumn Crocus, Daffodil, Snowdrops.

    -Ornamental Grasses:  Indian Grass, Fountain Grass, Big Bluestem, Feather Reed, Hard Rush, Blue Fescue, Blue Oat Grass.

    Sorry deer, you can come over for a glimpse of my garden, but you can’t stay for dinner!  

    10) How Do I Prune Hydrangeas?

    Even experienced gardeners have questions on when to prune hydrangeas.   And no wonder with four different species of hydrangea and hundreds of varieties!  With these mind-numbing numbers, let’s focus on two of the most popular; the Mophead (Macrophylla) and PeeGee (Paniculatas).

    Mophead and Lacecap Hydrangeas - You really don’t ever have to prune a Mophead hydrangea.  But for the health of the plant, you can remove dead stems at any time of year.  If your Mophead is older than five years and too large, then you can cut back a third of the old wood after it has bloomed. Your typical Mophead blooms on the old wood so leave the shoots and only prune out any dead sticks. But there are new varieties, like one of my favorites Endless Summer, which blooms on the new and old wood.  I relish this species for many reasons; it can full-set bloom twice in a summer, which is not true of other Macrophylla, comes in pale shades of blue, lavender and pink, and is fairly prune-resistant.     

    Pee Gee bloom on old wood and can be pruned any time of year except summer when they are preparing to bloom.  Some of my colleagues prune back these varieties regularly right after the blooming period, yet I do not even touch these beauties until the fall. We look forward to watching the snow fall onto the blooms in the winter.  If I do feel the need to prune, the great thing is that these hydrangeas are one of the only varieties that can be trimmed into tree-form.   

    Both the Paniculata and Macrophylla are beautiful used in floral arrangements and the blooms dry nicely to make into dried arrangements and wreathes too.

    I hope you enjoyed celebrating National Garden Month with me! Be sure to check out our Gardening Guide for all of your garden and outdoor living needs!

    - Barbara

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    It's Makeover Monday at the Q, and some of our hosts wanted in on the fun! Check out the photos below to see which hosts were brave enough to share their before and after moments! 







    Amy Stran

    Carolyn Gracie

    Jennifer Coffey

    Kerstin Lindquist 

    Leah Williams

    Mary Beth Roe

    Mary D.

    Rachel Boesing 

    Sandra Bennett

    Shawn Killinger

    Alberti Popaj



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    Most people are familiar with the classic treat S'mores, but have you heard of S'meeps? It's an Easter twist on a classic; instead of using marshmallows, peeps are used. Of course, I chose yellow, but any color will do. 



    Graham Crackers

    Chocolate Bars



    Just like S'mores, a piece of chocolate is placed on a graham cracker, then add a peep and place in the microwave. Set the timer and watch closely for the peep to puff up. It only took about 20 seconds for me. Remove from the microwave and place another graham cracker on top and push it down. The warm peep will begin to melt the chocolate. Delicious!!!

    Have fun and I look forward to seeing you tomorrow for AM Beauty and AM Style ...... a few surprises will be coming your way. : ) 

    Leah Williams

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  • 04/17/14--12:43: Fitness, Fashion, Fun!
  • Workout clothing is a problem. For my sanity, I have to work out most days.  Not long, gym sweating, iron pumping workouts, but some movement that requires me to eventually shower that day.  I try to do this in the morning because I don’t really feel like I can enjoy the day and focus on the myriad of mommy/wife/host duties I have until my 25-90 minutes of moving is over.  If, by chance, I can’t work out in the morning, I put on my workout clothes and won’t shower or change until I’ve exercised.  As a result, many days I start and end my days a) shower-less and b) in exercise clothes. 

    Needless to say, workout wear makes up about half my wardrobe. My problem is I really don’t like stretch pants.  Please no lectures about being size four and being thankful, because I am, tremendously. I love my body for how strong and healthy it is and that it gave me a gorgeous little human. But, you know what, it seems like no matter what size we are, there is usually something we cringe at from time to time right?  For me it’s my hip/thigh area.  I’ll be honest…. I don’t love it. If I had a proportionate bust to even it all out, it would be a different story, but the Lord blessed me with a chest made for a runner, so again, I am thankful, yet not overly excited about it.  Anyway, stretch pants and I don’t get along.  In order to find appropriate workout pants that I can wear most days, most of the day (yes even to meetings at the Q) I usually have to spend a small fortune. I don’t believe workout pants should cost a hundred bucks. They are spandex!  Why so expensive? However if you try on the big name ones that lift your rear and make you somehow appear slimmer doing your downward dog and then try on the much less expensive ones that somehow add jiggle to your inner thighs and are nearly see through when doing said downward dog, you will shell out the extra 75 bucks every time!  So when QVC told me they had a new line of workout wear called 90 Degree by Reflex, I was excited about the cute tops and jackets but unwilling to even acknowledge a 35-dollar pair of pants. 

    The tops by Reflex are darling.  Great patterns and colors, including animal, which is even more popular in workout if that’s at all possible. 


    The jackets are even better!

    Animal and fun colors, with great high-end details and ruching, and the seaming that makes you look like an hourglass goddess.  These jackets are not just for before and after your workout; they are for every day!

    But the pants!  The pants are a modern apparel miracle.  I threw them on one day in a fun bright teal and expected to see puckering and dimples and rolls in the bottom and thigh area.  I assumed I would see my thighs stretch out of the too thin fabric as I cringed and grabbed for my closest tunic.  When I looked in the mirror and saw a thinner looking mama staring back, I was in shock!

    I usually have to do multiple changes to find the right outfit for me to host a Zumba or Pilates show in, but not this time.  I was completely comfortable appearing on national TV in these pants and I hadn’t increased my credit card debt to get there!

    Truly, I am astounded.  I have gone back online and bought all the colors in these capris and I cant wait to try the other styles too. The fact that the tops and jackets coordinate and make me look like a hipper version of myself is a huge added bonus. Oh and, yes you can actually work out in these cute clothes because they stretch and breathe, and they don’t show awful sweat stains in embarrassing places.  The unfortunate part is, with workout clothes this cute, and this affordable, I have even less of an incentive to get out of them during the day!

    Give our Reflex line a try and let me know what you think.  We always love to hear how we can improve and make an even better product for your busy lifestyle. You can find me at www.facebook.com/kerstinlindquistqvc  and every Thursday at noon and Saturday at 10am on QVC!



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    Want to look thinner, younger, and more toned in a matter of minutes? SELF-TAN!!!!! I love to self-tan year round, and after doing it for a number of years you learn a few tips to make it easier. We have a brand new self tanner in The Lisa Robertson Show this Friday night, but the tips in the video apply to self tanning in general. A little color can really make a difference, so don't be afraid to try it. :)


    And here's a little background about the Vita Liberata brand.


    I'll see you Friday at 10pm ET!

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  • 04/18/14--06:28: Passover Dinner
  • Chag Sameach to you and your loved ones.

    I love holidays, and being able to celebrate them with loved ones is something I cherish deeply.

    The beginning of this week marked the start of Passover, the Jewish holiday commemorating the liberation by God of the Jewish people from slavery in ancient Egypt. We begin this holiday with Seder dinner; a family feast where we retell the story of our liberation and eat symbolic foods that represent the story of Passover and celebrate our freedom.

    Most of the day on Monday was spent preparing for Seder dinner. Among the many dishes I prepared, I made my famous matzah ball soup, a traditional Jewish dish made with chicken broth and hand-made matzah balls made with matzah meal, eggs, water and either olive oil. It’s a dish I love to make, especially for Passover.

    For Seder, we were joined by our family friend Tiffany who is celebrating her recent engagement! My granddaughter Aya asked the 4 Questions, which asks us all to reflect on what makes this night and dinner different than all the others. Part of the tradition of The 4 Questions is that the youngest person at dinner do the honors, and so Aya was chosen. It was a wonderful evening and I’m thrilled that we were able to enjoy it. I hope you were able to enjoy yours as well.

    What holidaysdo you look forward to sharing with your family, and what holiday traditions do you cherish most?

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    Hi, everyone! Happy Easter!

    What’s on your calendar for tomorrow? Are family and friends coming in for the holiday? Are you spending the day preparing for your loved ones’ arrival? I know how much I cherish my weekends, so I’m sure your to-do list is growing by the minute. But don’t forget to take a break from the cleaning and cooking and join me for You’re Home with Jill tomorrow at 8pm ET. I’ll show you how easy it is to make my Pineapple Casserole I shared earlier this week. And, I’ll also show you how to make this!


    DIY Spring Centerpiece

    Doesn’t that just say spring? You’ll be thrilled to know you can “make” this centerpiece in a matter of…oh, let’s see…seconds. All you have to do is find a spring wreath, glass hurricane, and a flameless candle. This particular wreath is something I purchased a few weeks ago…it’s the Bethlehem Lights Dogwood Wreath, H202316. Then, I just put a hurricane and candle I’ve had for ages inside to make a centerpiece.

    You can really use any wreath you already own, as well as any kind of decorative hurricane, be it a clear glass or pretty mercury glass vase--even a tall mason jar would look terrific. Just be cognizant of the size of each piece so it balances. The decorative jar or hurricane should fit fairly snugly inside the wreath and should be high enough to be seen over the sides. The candle inside should also clear the sides of the wreath, but shouldn't be as high as or higher than the lip of the vessel.

    I’m so excited to see you again tomorrow at 8pm ET. But, if you’re traveling or having a glow-in-the-dark egg hunt tomorrow, I’ll take time now to wish you and your family a very Happy Easter.

    From my home to yours,

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    Gardening questions cropping up now that spring is here? We have you covered! Check back every week for answers to the most frequently asked gardening questions.

    5) What Plants Are Easy and Fool-Proof?

    As my friend Philip Watson says “There are good reasons these plants flourish along the highways.” and he is talking about four plants that are determined to exist with or without you.

    Peonies– One of the most beautiful and fragrant plants I know, peonies will live longer than most of us, upwards of 100 years.  Peonies love full sun and cold winters as the chill of the winter helps bud formation.  When planting, don’t plant deep!  The root base should be only 2 inches below the soil surface.  

    Butterfly Bush– This colorful shrub attracts butterflies and hummingbirds with its vibrancy and fragrance.  The stunning blooms will last through the summer well into autumn.  And no need to fertilize, as too much will support leaf production, not flower growth.

    Daylilies– Often called the “perfect perennial” the Daylily is known for its color, ability to thrive almost everywhere, its drought resistant and has the ability to thrive in wet areas.  The Daylily blooming period can last from one to five weeks, and the “rebloomer” variety blooms twice a season.   Maybe one of my favorite things about daylilies is the way Philip describes them; “The Daylily knows what it’s doing even if you don’t.  You can plant it upside down, sideways and backwards, in a pot, in a garden, anywhere.  It doesn’t need fertilizer, good soil, bad soil, doesn’t matter.”

    Rose Of Sharon - There is a reason we find this flowering plant all over rental properties. The Rose of Sharon is a wonderful hedge plant, is drought tolerant and blooms in the late summer into the fall when other blooming plants have come and gone.  A type of Hibiscus, the Rose of Sharon has an “exotic” looking flower which appeals to many garden enthusiasts.

    If you haven’t already, be sure to add one of these no-maintenance beauties to your outdoor space and simply let them do their own thing.  Show-offs…. 

    6) When Do I Fertilize My Perennials?

    Fertilizing your perennials before they bloom in spring is key.  A reminder I use is “April showers bring May flowers.”  It makes sense that by fertilizing now, the seasonal rain we get will help dissolve the fertilizer and also pull it down deeper in the soil right to its roots.

    I think of feeding my plants this way: plants like people need nutrition.  Could we survive on bread and water?  Sure, but we’d be weak and very unhealthy without the nourishment we get from a varied diet of fruits, vegetables, and proteins.  For our plants to be their best too, they need the right sustenance as well.  Here are a few fundamentals to help your plants be the best they can be:

    • Less is more with fertilizing perennials.  Most perennials are light feeders.  Over-fertilizing puts undue stress on plants.
    • Blooming plants want higher doses of potassium and phosphates and a lower percentage of nitrogen in the formula.   
    •  Perennials such as Coleus and like foliage plants that do not flower or go to seed require less fertilizer too.
    • Heavy feeding perennials such as peonies, mums, and daylilies should be given bone meal in the fall and then give them another second feeding in the summer.
    • So not to forget our annual friends, annuals require more fertilizer because of their one and only, short life cycle.
    • Established plants in your garden need a treat, so a good sprinkling of fertilizer around each plant is a kind act.

    Whether a “thank you” or “welcome back” fertilizing, any correct fertilizing is a small token for our green friends for all of the color, shape and enjoyment they give us the season long!     

    7) When and How Do I Water My Garden and Potted Plants?

    Watering questions are varied and numerous because there are no hard and fast rules.   Do not get overwhelmed by the many factors of properly watering; type of plant, climate, weather conditions, soil, exposure, season.  Take a deep breath and let the look of the plant and feel of the soil direct your watering care.

    There are some basic rules of thumb (“green thumb” that is) I use as a guide for my container/potted plants:

    How much to water potted plants - Drainage is the key to healthy roots and flourishing plants.   If your container allows, drainage holes on the sides as well as on the bottom is ideal.  Dry surface soil is an obvious signal to water and you may want to water your container plants more than once a day.  Yet, differences in pot, plant size and amount of plants in each, will impact how quickly the soil dries out.  Again it’s best to watch and determine watering schedules for each container.  And remember, no potted plant wants to sit in water so less is more until the plant lets you know its watering needs.  Some plants may need water only once or twice a week, succulents once or twice a month.

    How to water potted plants– Focus on the root base of each plant, not the foliage.  When watering, direct spout to the base of the plant, do not water from above through the leaves down to the soil.  You can tell that you have reached through to the roots by watching for water coming out of the drainage holes.

    When to water– In warm weather, mornings are the ideal time to water outdoor plants.  This gives plants a chance to drink before the hot sun of late morning.  I strongly advise against watering in the evening because if the foliage stays wet all night long this will create a base for disease.  But of course, if at the end of the day one of your plants is wilting, give it a small amount of water to hold it until the morning feeding.   With your plants in your garden or on your property (not in containers) consider a good drench every 3 or 4 days.  This will give the roots a reason to reach further into the earth to find their own water source and enhance its strength and growth.      

    And of course don’t forget to “water” yourself too – be well!


    Have more questions, ask below and check out our Gardening Guide for more helpful tips and to shop our selection of garden and outdoor items!

    - Barbara 

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    If you watch A.M. Style then you know that host Leah Williams loves to do arts and crafts.  Every season Leah likes to challenge us AMS gals with a project and this Easter we are decorating baskets. 

    I will admit I’m not the most crafty and creative but I try my best.  I usually turn to the internet for inspiration and I did see some great ideas but for this challenge I’m turning to Jericho for some help! 




     Here are the props and goodies we have so far...



    Here is a sneak peek at the blinged out egg I made for our AM Style themed basket. See, I can be creative sometimes! 



    So make sure to tune in to A.M. Style on Saturday at 8 am ET and check out my Facebook page to chat with us and to see our finished basket!  


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  • 04/18/14--08:38: Jazz Fest Celebration
  • Emeril by Steven Freeman

    Photo Credit: Steven Freeman

    Even if you can’t make it down to New Orleans for this tradition, you can celebrate the 45th anniversary of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival right in your own home.  Jazz Fest is all about letting the good times roll, celebrating the cultural heritage of the city of New Orleans, and the birthplace of jazz.  With great performances, food and more … what’s not to love?

    One of my all-time favorite Jazz Fest foods is Crawfish Bread.  It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy crawfish and it’s a decadent snack that’s great on the go.

    Crawfish Bread

    Photo credit: Charlotte Martory

    Crawfish Bread


    • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
    • 1/2 cup finely chopped onion
    • 1/2 cup finely chopped celery
    • 1/2 cup finely chopped red bell pepper
    • 1 1/2 tablespoons minced garlic
    • 1/2 teaspoon finely chopped fresh thyme leaves
    • 1 1/2 teaspoons Emeril’s Original Essence
    • 1 pound cooked Louisiana crawfish tails (with any fat)
    • 1/2 teaspoon salt
    • 1/4 cup chopped green onion tops
    • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
    • 1 teaspoon Creole mustard, or other whole grain spicy mustard
    • 4 ounces grated Provolone or mozzarella cheese
    • 4 ounces grated white Cheddar cheese
    • Two 15-inch loaves of soft French bread


    1.  Melt the butter over medium heat in a large skillet and, when hot, add the onion, celery, and bell pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables have wilted, about 5 minutes.
    2. Add the garlic, thyme, 1 teaspoon of the Essence and cook, stirring, for 2 minutes.
    3. Add the crawfish tails, salt, and remaining Essence and cook, stirring, until the crawfish have warmed through and released any liquid and the liquid has evaporated, about 3 minutes.
    4. Stir in the green onions and set aside to cool.
    5. Preheat the oven to 350°F.
    6. When the crawfish have cooled, stir in the mayonnaise, Creole mustard, and the cheeses until well-combined. Taste and adjust the seasoning if necessary.
    7. Cut the two loaves of bread nearly in half lengthwise and divide the crawfish filling evenly among the bottom portion of the two loaves. Fold the top portion of bread back over the stuffing and then wrap each loaf tightly in aluminum foil.
    8. Place on a baking sheet and bake until the filling is heated through and the cheese is melted, 25 to 30 minutes. Slice into the desired size portions and serve hot

    Once your crawfish bread is ready, put on your favorite jazz record, mix your favorite drink, kick back, relax and pretend like you’re down at the New Orleans Jazz Fest!


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    I love being able to bring my favorite products to my viewers at QVC. This year, my TSV® combines two of my favorite products for helping you to achieve the appearance of younger-looking skin, Age Arrest Cream and RetAsphere 2-in-1 Retinol Night Cream. This extraordinary duo is ideal for anyone who wants to help improve the appearance of the advanced signs of aging skin.

    Kate Somerville Wrinkle Release RetAsphere & Age Arrest
    Kate Somerville Wrinkle Release RetAsphere & Age Arrest

    Age Arrest Cream is an entirely new paradigm in anti-aging! When I was developing this formula, I knew I wanted to create a moisturizer that was suitable for all skin types and addressed multiple concerns at once! That’s why I developed Age Arrest with Telo-5 Technology; it offers a comprehensive antiaging approach, targeting the look of wrinkles, roughness, dryness, uneven skin tone, and loss of elasticity. The formula is rich, and absorbs quickly, leaving a beautiful finish. It contains botanical extract, hyaluronic acid, marine extract, an antioxidant blend with amino acid, vitamin C, and Vitamin E, and red algae to help improve hydration, firmness, and skin elasticity.

    I’ve always wanted to create a retinol product, but I also knew I wanted a treatment that would be moisturizing to help keep the complexion hydrated and appear healthy-looking. The result is a dramatically different retinol treatment! The RetAsphere Smart Release Carrier System is an exclusive micro-encapsulation technology that stabilizes retinol in its pure form, delivering it in a lipid shell. It replenishes skin with Ceraminde-3 essential skin lipid to help moisturize the skin. It diminishes the appearance of crow's feet, wrinkles, and expression lines while keeping skin looking and feeling more hydrated, smother, and firmer. The result is supple, smooth, younger-looking skin.

    I can’t wait for you to try my Wrinkle Release Duo! Best of all, it’s easy to incorporate into your regimen. In the mornings, apply Age Arrest Cream followed by SPF. Age Arrest can be used alone or layered over a treatment serum like DermalQuench Liquid Oxygen Treatment. At night, incorporate RetAsphere 2-in-1 Retinol Night Cream three nights a week as your PM moisturizer. I like to alternate between Age Arrest and RetAsphere. For example, I use RetAsphere Monday, Wednesday, and Friday nights and Age Arrest on the other nights. Over time, start using RetAsphere more frequently, building up until you are using it every night.

    I’d love to hear from you while I’m on air! Call in and let’s talk skincare!

    See you on the Q!

    Love, Kate

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  • 04/18/14--11:24: An Easter EGGstravaganza!
  • We decided to give our hosts a creative challenge! They stepped up to the plate and had a blast decorating Easter eggs! Can you guess which hosts decorated these eggs? 


    Hint: The host that decorated this egg has a love for all things bling!



    Hint: This host loves gems and "sparklies"


    Hint: This host loves having fun with her hair!



    Hint: This host used chalkboard paint to create a self-portrait!


    Hint: This beach lover decided to decorate a tie-dye egg! 


    Hint: 24K gold and luxurious shine appealed to the host who decorated these eggs!



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    Did you guess correctly?

    Here are the answers:

    Egg 1: Antonella Nester

    Egg 2: Jennifer Coffey

    Eggs in photo 3: Rachel Boesing

    Egg 4: Rick Domeier

    Egg 5: Kerstin Lindquist

    Eggs in photo 6: Lisa Robertson


    Happy Easter from all of us at QVC! We wish you and your families a wonderful Spring weekend! 

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    SPONSOR: This Sweepstakes is sponsored by QVC, 1200 Wilson Drive, West Chester, PA 19380 (“Sponsor”).


    ELIGIBILITY: No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older to enter. Void where prohibited. Sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the United States and the District of Columbia, excluding Rhode Island, who are 18 years or older at the time of Submission and have submitted a valid Submission prior to the end of the Sweepstakes. Any person who submits any information to Sponsor or any other party in connection with the Sweepstakes is a “Participant”.  Any references to “you” or forms of “you” shall mean the Participant.


    Employees, officers and directors of QVC or its affiliates, and their immediate family members and/or those living in the same household of each, their agents, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agencies, and those involved in the production, development, implementation or handling of the Sweepstakes are ineligible to enter the Sweepstakes or win a Prize.


    Without limiting any other provision of these Sweepstakes Rules, any winner may be required to sign and return a Release as a condition to receipt of a prize under this Sweepstakes.


    SWEEPSTAKES PERIOD: The Sweepstakes begins on April 20, 2014 and ends at 11:59 pm (ET) on April 25, 2014 (the "Sweepstakes Period"). 


    HOW TO ENTER: There are two (2) ways to enter the Sweepstakes, online via www.qvc.com or by mail.


    To enter online, you must have access to the QVC Community.  To gain access to the QVC Community, you must open a QVC account.  No purchase is necessary to open an account.  Creating a QVC account requires providing a title (i.e., Mr., Mrs.), first name, last name, email address, physical address, and phone number.  You then submit your “Story” within the comments section of the Blog on www.qvc.com.  Follow the submissions guidelines listed in these Sweepstakes Rules and submit your Submission ("Submission").  A Submission includes any story, text or any other information or data in any form that a Participant submits in any manner, directly or indirectly, to Sponsor in connection with the Sweepstakes.  Sweepstakes is limited to one (1) Submission per Participant.  Duplicate Submissions will be removed.  In the event Participants exceed the stated limit, only the earliest Submission will be reviewed. No e-mail or fax Submissions will be accepted.


    To enter the Sweepstakes by mail, send your name, address, and daytime telephone number and Submission Story on a standard 4 inch by 6 inch postcard addressed to The Dolly Parton “I Will Always Love You” Sweepstakes, 1200 Wilson Drive MC – 202, West Chester, PA 19380. (“Mail Entry”).


    Online Entries must be submitted by 11:59 AM ET on April 25, 2014. All Mail Entries must be received by April 25, 2014.


    Limit of one (1) entry per person during the entry period either by mail or online. Any person who attempts to participate with entries in excess of these entry limitations will be disqualified.Any other attempted form of Sweepstakes entry is void. Any person who attempts to participate under multiple identities or uses any device or artifice to enter in excess of this entry limitation will be disqualified; use of programmed, automated or like means of entry is prohibited. All duplicate entries will be discarded. All Mail Entries are the non-returnable property of Sponsors.


    Sponsors are not responsible for lost, misdirected or late entries caused by hardware or software errors or other technological malfunctions or failure of any kind or invalid/non-operational device, or lost, late, mutilated, misdirected or postage-due mail. Sponsors are not responsible for the failure of the delivery carrier responsible for delivery of any entry.



    DRAWING:  Each eligible submission will be entered once in a random prize drawing to be held on or about April 26, 2014. QVC, Inc. retains the right to delay the prize drawing. Winner will be chosen at random from the pool of eligible entries received. Odds of winning are determined by the number of eligible entries received. Winning entry is subject to validation.


    PRIZE: One (1) Grand Prize Winner will be randomly selected to receive two personalized autographed vinyl’s from Dolly Parton’s CD BLUE SMOKE. Total Approximate Retail Value: $30. Prizing is limited to one prize per person per household. Prize is limited to what is listed in these official rules. Prize winner (“Winner”) is not entitled to any surplus between actual value of prize and stated retail value. In the event Sponsor is unable to award prize as stated, Winner will receive a substitute prize of equal or greater value, at Sponsor’s discretion. Any costs or fees not specifically listed herein are the responsibility of the Winner.


    Total Estimated Value of prize does not represent its resale value. Prize not redeemable for cash value. Prize Value is an estimate only.


    If a potential Winner is unable or unwilling to accept the prize for any reason, he/she will be disqualified and the entire prize forfeited; and, in such event, an alternate Winner shall be selected from among all remaining eligible Submissions received.  Prizes cannot be substituted or transferred by Winner. If a Prize must be forfeited, Winner will not be given the cash value of the prize or any component of the prize.  Winner is solely responsible for all expenses not expressly included. All taxes are the responsibility of the Winner. Winner may be required to sign an IRS Form 1099, Form W-9, or the equivalent for all prizes valued at $600 or greater, or for any prize as to which Sponsor, in its sole discretion, believes it is warranted.  PRIZES PROVIDED BY QVC.


    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:  Share your story about Dolly’s song “I Will Always Love You” and name someone who you would like to dedicate the song to within the comments section of the blog, or on a postcard.  The Winner will be selected randomly from all eligible Submissions.


    ONCE TRANSMITTED ALL SUBMISSIONS BECOME PART OF THE SWEEPSTAKES AND MAY NOT BE REMOVED BY THE Participant, EVEN IF Participant CEASES OR WITHDRAWS FROM SWEEPSTAKES CONSIDERATION. Any Submission may be posted on Sponsor’s website and/or any other website specified by Sponsor and may be available to be viewed by anyone with access to the Internet.  All Submissions may remain on any website specified by Sponsor in perpetuity or for as long as Sponsor deems appropriate to archive.


    REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES. By entering the Sweepstakes and making any Submission, a Participant hereby represents and warrants to Sponsor and its affiliated entities that (a) the Participant has obtained all permissions necessary to post publicly the Submission and any portion thereof; (b) the Submission is an original work of authorship, created by Participant, has not been previously published or won any award, and there are no conflicting rights in the Submission, including but not limited to copyright, rights of publicity or privacy, or other intellectual property rights; (c) the Submission will not infringe upon the intellectual property rights of any third party, including by way of example and not by limitation, any copyright, trademark or patent rights or rights of publicity or privacy belonging to any third party; (d) the Participant is a legal resident of the United States or the District of Columbia, excluding Rhode Island, and is at the time of Submission, at least 18 years of age; (e) the Participant has the right to agree to, and fully perform the Participant’s obligations under these Sweepstakes Rules; and (f) the Participant has the consent of any third parties as required to grant the rights and licenses granted by Participant hereunder, including without limitation all licenses, rights, assignments of rights, waivers of non-transferable rights, consents and permissions to any portion of the Submission or performance contained in such Submission, and to all underlying elements or other works incorporated into the Submission (including without limitation any dialog/monologue, music, lyrics, voices, statements, photos and likeness releases for any person who appears in or is identifiable in the Submission).


    Participant hereby agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Sponsor, and its respective parents, successors, assigns and licensees, harmless from and against any losses or expenses incurred by Sponsor relating to any right or license granted, or any breach of any representation, warranty or covenant made, by Participant under these Sweepstakes Rules.


    PUBLICITY RELEASE. Subject to applicable law, Participant irrevocably grants Sponsor the right to use the Submission and the Participant’s name, voice, likeness and/or biographical material, and has obtained identical rights of any third parties depicted in the Submission for advertising, promotional and/or publicity purposes in connection with the Sweepstakes, in all forms of media (now and hereafter known), worldwide in perpetuity, without any obligation or consideration of Sponsor, or its affiliated entities.



    Participant must have express written consent of any individual featured in the Submission. Please do not submit duplicate Submissions. Any Submissions that violate the Sweepstakes Rules will be removed. Any Submission using the likeness of others or uses or displays copyrighted material without permission will be removed.


    Submissions may not portray the Sponsor in a negative light.  Submissions may not contain offensive, defamatory, inappropriate, or obscene material, in the sole discretion of Sponsor. In the event the Submission contains photographic images or likenesses of individuals, those individuals must have provided the Participant with adequate written permission to use the image, and must not be under contract or have any guild or association affiliations that would limit the right of Sponsors to use the Submission for any purpose for which a license or right is granted to Sponsors under these Sweepstakes Rules.


    Sponsor is not responsible for legal protection or clearance of Submissions in any form. Sponsor reserves the right to request evidence of permission or original work and further reserves the right to disqualify any Submission it deems infringing or inappropriate in any form, according to these Sweepstakes Rules.  Except where expressly prohibited by law, once transmitted all submissions become part of the Sweepstakes and may not be removed by the Participant, even if Participant ceases membership or withdraws from Sweepstakes consideration.


    Sponsor grants a limited license to use its proprietary text, logos, and trademarks provided and necessary to create a Submission.  Except as set forth in the preceding sentence, no rights in the Sponsor Content are granted to Contestant for any other purpose.  “Sponsor Content” means Sponsor’s name, proprietary text, logos, trademarks, trade names, service names and any other intellectual property of Sponsor.



    WINNER NOTIFICATION: The potential Winner will be notified on or about April 26, 2014. The potential Winner will be required to respond (as directed) to the phone and/or e-mail notification within the time period specified in the notification (“Notification”). The failure to respond timely to the notification may result in forfeiture of the prizes; and, in such case, Sponsor may choose an alternate Winner from the remaining eligible submissions. The potential Winner also will be sent an affidavit of eligibility / liability / publicity release ("Release"); and together with the Notification and any other release or document required to be executed by Sponsor, the (“Prize Acceptance Documents”). Unless restricted by law, the potential Winner will be required to complete and return the Release within the time period specified therein. As a condition of receiving a prize, potential Winner shall, in the form specified by Sponsor, provide a perpetual non-exclusive license to Sponsor to use the Submission in any and all media throughout the world, in perpetuity, for any purpose whatsoever, without any additional compensation, the term of which shall be the entire life of the copyright. Should potential Winner be unwilling or otherwise unable to enter into the license, or provide such permissions and/or releases or otherwise cannot accept or receive the prize for any reason, an alternate Winner will be selected by Sponsor from the remaining eligible Submissions until one who is able to meet all requirements can be selected. Potential winner must provide Sponsor with all signatures on the Release and return all documents in a timely manner as required pursuant to these Sweepstakes Rules in order to be eligible to receive any prize.


    USE OF SUBMISSIONS: LICENSE. Participant, by entering the Sweepstakes or making any Submission to or for the benefit of Sponsor, hereby irrevocably grants to Sponsor a non-exclusive, sub-licensable, royalty-free, fully paid license and right to use, distribute, make derivative works from and otherwise exploit the Submission, in any manner and in any medium now known or hereafter devised, throughout the world in perpetuity, including without limitation the right to use the Submission in whole or in part in merchandising, advertising, marketing or promotion or for any other commercial or non-commercial purpose related to the Sweepstakes or not related to the Sweepstakes. Participant hereby forever waives and relinquishes all so-called "moral rights (droit moral)" now or hereafter recognized.  Participant agrees that Sponsor shall have sole discretion in determining the extent and manner of use of Submission and is not obligated to use any Submission.


    TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Sponsor shall not be liable to Participants for, and each Participant releases Sponsor from, any failure to supply any prize or any part thereof, by reason of any acts of God, any action(s), regulation(s), order(s) or request(s) by any governmental or quasi-governmental entity (whether or not the action(s), regulations(s), order(s) or request(s) prove(s) to be invalid), equipment failure, threatened terrorist acts, terrorist acts, air raid, blackout, act of public enemy, earthquake, war (declared or undeclared), fire, flood, epidemic, explosion, unusually severe weather, hurricane, embargo, labor dispute or strike (whether legal or illegal), labor or material shortage, transportation interruption of any kind, work slow-down, civil disturbance, insurrection, riot, or any other similar or dissimilar cause beyond any of the Sponsor’s control. Sponsor is not responsible for, and each Participant hereby releases Sponsor from any claim with respect to, any: (a) lost, late, misdirected, undeliverable, incomplete or indecipherable Submissions due to system errors or failures, or faulty transmissions or other telecommunications malfunctions and/or Submissions; (b) technical failures of any kinds; (c) failures of any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the Sweepstakes; (d) unauthorized human and/or mechanical intervention in any part of the submission process or the Sweepstakes; (e) technical or human error which may occur in the administration of the Sweepstakes or the processing of Submissions; or (f) any injury or damage to persons or property which may be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, from any Participant’s participation in the Sweepstakes or receipt or use of any prize.


    Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any Participant it finds to be violating these Sweepstakes Rules. Sponsor reserves the right to require any Winner to submit to a confidential background check to confirm eligibility and help ensure that the use of any Submission will not bring Sponsor into public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule or reflect unfavorably on the Sweepstakes as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion. Sponsor reserves the right to cancel or suspend the Sweepstakes for any reason.  Sponsor has the right, but not the obligation, to use any Submission. Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, cancel, modify or suspend the Sweepstakes should a virus, bug, computer problem, unauthorized intervention or other causes beyond Sponsor’s control, corrupt the administration, security or proper play of the Sweepstakes. Sponsor may prohibit a Participant from participating in the Sweepstakes or winning a prize if, in its sole discretion, it determines such Participant is attempting to undermine the legitimate operation of the Sweepstakes by cheating, plagiarizing, engaging in any deception, or any other unfair playing practices of intending to annoy, abuse, threaten, undermine or harass any other players or Sponsor representatives. The internal laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will govern the Sweepstakes, these Sweepstakes Rules, and any disputes regarding these Sweepstakes Rules and/or this Sweepstakes. Any attempt to deliberately damage or undermine the legitimate operation or fair play of the Sweepstakes may be in violation of criminal and civil laws and will result in disqualification of the Participant from participation in the Sweepstakes. Should such an attempt be made, Sponsor reserves the right to seek remedies and damages (including attorney fees) to the fullest extent of the law, including criminal prosecution.


    PRIVACY: Information collected from Participant is subject to QVC’s privacy statement located at www.qvc.com (“Privacy Policy”).  By entering the Sweepstakes, you accept Sponsor’s Privacy Policy.  In the event of a conflict between these Sweepstakes Rules and Sponsor’s Privacy Policy, Sponsor’s Privacy Policy will govern.







    The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of these Sweepstakes Rules or the Prize Acceptance Documents will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision.  In the event that any provision of the Sweepstakes Rules or the Prize Acceptance Documents is determined to be invalid or otherwise unenforceable or illegal, the other provisions will remain in effect and will be construed in accordance with their terms as if the invalid or illegal provision were not contained herein.  Sponsor’s failure to enforce any term of these Official Sweepstakes Rules or any Prize Acceptance Documents will not constitute a waiver of that provision.  Participants agree to waive any rights to claim ambiguity of these Sweepstakes Rules.  Headings are solely for convenience of reference and will not be deemed to affect in any manner the meaning or intent of the documents or any provision hereof.


    DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT: Sponsor’s policy is to respond to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA").


    WINNER’S LIST: For the names of prize winners, mail a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Dolly Parton “I Will Always Love You” Sweepstakes QVC Studio Park Mail Code 201, West Chester, PA 19380 or email, communication@qvc.com.


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    Hi, everyone!

    I hope you had a very happy Easter. Are you on a sugar high from all of those chocolate bunnies, Peeps, and Jelly Beans? Or, was your Easter basket full of healthy treats like trail mix and KIND bars? I had a great mix of both—as well as Easter ham, pineapple casserole, and all the fixins! As I expected, there’s quite a pile of leftover ham in the fridge. (Is it the same at your house?) And tonight I’m gonna make my Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes—with Ham!

    Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes with Ham


    • 2 Tbsp butter
    • 2 Tbsp olive oil
    • 2 onions, thinly sliced
    • 1/4 cup flour
    • 3 cups heavy cream
    • 2 cups milk
    • Salt & pepper, to taste
    • 1 tsp nutmeg
    • 4 lbs Yukon Gold potatoes, skin on & sliced 1/8'' thick
    • 1-1/2 cups white Cheddar cheese, shredded
    • 1-1/2 cups Fontina cheese, shredded
    • 1/2 cups Parmesan cheese, grated
    • 2 cups precooked ham, chopped
    • 4-5 sprigs fresh thyme


    1. Preheat the oven to 350°F.
    2. Melt the butter with the olive oil in large Dutch oven. Add in the onion and sauté until golden brown. Sprinkle the onion with the flour and stir until combined. Add the milk, cream, nutmeg, salt, pepper, Cheddar, and Fontina and stir until the cheeses are melted. Add the potatoes and simmer for 15-20 minutes over low heat.
    3. Pour the potato mixture into a 9'' x 13'' baking dish. Gently fold in the chopped ham. Top with the 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese and bake for 20-25 minutes, until thick, bubbly, and golden brown.
    4. Garnish with the sprigs of fresh thyme.

    This item is prepared with the Temp-tations® Tara's Garden 9'' X 13'' Baker with Lid-It & Wire Rack (K37853).

    You don’t have to use exactly two cups of in this recipe—that’s the beauty of a recipe like Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes. It’s already good; you’re just enhancing the flavor! It’s up to you how much “enhancing” you want to do.

    Enjoy those leftovers, everyone—especially the chocolate!

    From my home to yours,

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          The title alone should have you assuming that this is unlike any other self-tanner.  A lot of us use self-tanner for the obvious reasons; the looked of a slimmed figure, the color that makes us look like we are radiating from within, it’s a temporary fix to a look that we want permanently.   

         What do we do when it comes to the look of a radiant complexion? Going after the complexion that matches the confidence of how we feel about our bodies when using self-tanner can be quite the daunting task.  A lot of self-tanners are not formulated to be used on your face.  They can clog pores, sadly tint pores, and cause interactions with other skin products that leave you with results you weren’t looking for.

         In walks Dr. Gross.  A Park Avenue mainstay, this man, an incredible dermatologist has given us the power of confidence within the treatment of his glow pads.  Not only do his Glow pads deliver a natural-looking tan for our face and décolleté, but his glow pads deliver exfoliation and anti-aging benefits. 

         When you first go to apply the pad itself, it is quite soft with a calming scent.   You’ll notice that once buffing into your skin in circular motions that there may be some discoloration… that is the exfoliation going to work for a nice even application.  The glow pads are packed with Vitamin D and Hydration which is going to target the appearance of pores, fine lines, and wrinkles.  All of this put together is an everyday treatment that’s hard at work, but all anyone see’s is the look of sun-kissed skin without the harmful rays.



         Take a look at my before and after.  See what I’m talking about?  I use the glow pads in conjunction with Dr. Gross’ Glow Moisturizer to help maximize the benefits of a face that is always in need to of luminosity and color. 

         My advice: Use this everyday with your other favorite skincare products.  It honestly is radiance I haven’t found anywhere else, that gets my skin natural complexion noticed before a full face of makeup.  As we celebrate Makeover Monday,  let these 50 glow pads be your challenge for a more radiant, confident complexion. 

    PS.  I just saw on qvc.com there are glow pads for the body now… in they go into my cart!


    PM Style:

         One of my favorite people is back in PM Style tonight, Stylist and Designer, Jen Rade!  Just in time for the warmer weather she is back with three brand new pieces, which you can see first here!





    See you on PM Style {#emotions_dlg.biggrin},


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