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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while some couples are gearing up for candlelit dinners and flower bouquets, others may be looking for an evening spent with the entire family. Cooking and crafting are fun ways to celebrate the holiday and spend time with loved ones, and if you’re unsure of what to make, we’ve got some ideas that will kick your Valentine’s Day into full gear.

Heart- Shaped Soap

Practical and filled with love, heart-shaped soap is fun to make and exciting to use. For a simple soap recipe, we called on Martha Stewart to show you how it’s done. You’ll just need a heart-shaped cookie cutter, glycerin soap, food coloring and a nonstick pan to get started.

Valentine’s Day Cards

Valentine’s Day cards are a great project, especially if your kids usually make them for th...

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If you’re in the market for furniture – particularly living room furniture – you might be debating whether or not you should invest in a sleeper sofa. There are certainly benefits to owning one, but their placement in your home depends on a few criteria. Before you begin shopping, ask yourself these questions and determine whether you should purchase a sleeper sofa or a conventional couch.

What’s Your Budget?

A sofa bed will be more expensive than its conventional counterpart, which may not be ideal for those looking to save money on furniture. Shoppers with a strict budget may be more inclined to buy a conventional sofa and keep money in their pocket – especially if an extra mattress really isn’t a priority. However, if you’ve made room for the extra cost of a sleeper and know it will get p...

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Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner, some of us will be playing host while others have strategically planned to be hosted for this momentous annual event! If you’re playing host with the most we’ve got a few tips and tricks to simplify the day.

 

Is That Seat Taken?

First, it’s really important to make sure you’ve got enough seating. The worst thing is having everyone crowding around the TV with nowhere to sit. Lucky for you we’ve got the perfect post on how to arrange your furniture, you can find that here. May we also suggest having more than one TV, we realize this isn’t always possible, but even bringing the TV from your bedroom into the kitchen for the game can be a huge help, which brings us to our next tip.

 

Who’s Ready To Eat?

Food and the Super Bowl go hand in hand, but how...

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So you’ve decided to move into a smaller place, and now you might be wondering what to take with you and what to leave behind. Though it may seem easy enough to just get rid of stuff, downsizing can be more daunting than you realize. You’ll need to be thoroughly prepared and properly organized in order to make moving efficient and maybe even a little fun. Here are some ways you can downsize with ease and make your transition as smooth as possible.

Consider your new storage space

You won’t know exactly what to get rid of unless you have a good understanding of the storage you’ll have in your new home. When you take a tour, check out the closet, cabinet, shelf, and attic space and make a mental note of what you’ll have available from here on out. Knowing your storage limitations will help you ...

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