February 5, 2013
Set the Mood for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is just about a week away – but you don’t need to spend a boat load to enjoy it! Here to help you set the mood in your own house was Amy Kimes, Manager of Pier One.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
You can’t celebrate Valentine’s Day at home without sweets! Tiffany Poindexter, Owner of “Bake Up,” helped us out! She showed us easy ways to make and dress up chocolate covered strawberries. Want to leave the cooking to the experts? Just visit her store in Oakwood Village and try their sample box!
Sur La Table
If you plan on making your Valentine dinner, a visit to Sur La Table is a must! David showed us some must-have products to simplify your kitchen. Plus, a perfect recipe for your date night! Ricotta Ice Cream with Dark Chocolate and Candied Orange! It’s actually very easy!
If all this snow and cold has got you down – we have the cure! Angie McClure from Canary Travel brought you the deal of the week and your ticket to sunshine. United Vacations has a deal to Paradise Island Bahamas and Atlantis! We are talking 11 swimming areas, swimming with dolphins, a full casino, full service spa, waterslides, 35 restaurants and lounges, and a market place with 19 shops! They also have a Discovery Kid’s Club.
Travel now through June 11th and receive $200 off your 4 or more night stay. Receive $300 off your 6 or more night stay.
Call 216-252-1000 or visit www.canarytravel.com to book today!
The Great Big Home & Garden Show
The Great Big Home & Garden Show is happening now at the I-X Center! Find innovative products, new ideas, practical advice and great deals in remodeling, home improvement and gardening with hundreds of experts all under one roof. From windows and flooring to cabinets and landscaping and much more.
The show runs now through Sunday, February 10, 2013. Tickets are $14 for adults but you can save $3 if you purchase yours online at www.greatbighomeandgarden.com.
DIY Flower Bouquet
Even more ideas to inspire your Valentine’s Day! We welcomed Kelly Powers and Holly Wolfe, Floral Associate’s from Heinen’s. They suggest using everyday products like martini glasses, wine bottles, or pitchers to make your arrangement unique. For Valentine’s Day, use candy hearts around your display to add some festive fun!
Our theme continued with Meghan Gallagher from Root Candles in Medina! Check out our video clip for the newest Spring scents and some tips for Valentine’s Day.
This may be one of the best kept secrets in Cleveland…until now! If you’re looking for a new Italian Restaurant to visit, head to Bruno’s for some authentic cuisine.