Is your home full of tiny dancers? Shake off the last of the winter blues and throw a kids’ dance party! Whether you’re entertaining your kids at home over spring break or throwing an epic birthday dance party, start your planning with these must-try kids’ dance party ideas.Read Story
You want to see every line on an actor’s face, feel every explosion in an intense battle scene, and hear every note in a dramatic soundtrack. From Affleck to Zellweger and everything in between, you know your Hollywood trivia. So when you’re watching your favorite flicks, a quality viewing screen matters!
But, with so many different displays and features on the market these days, how are you supposed to pick the best TV for your epic movie nights? Follow along, and we’ll help you choose between two of the most popular TV displays: OLED vs. LED.Read Story
Whether you love to bake or dread it more than the mall parking lot on Christmas Eve, homemade cookies are a central part of the holidays. From traditional frosted sugar cookies and peanut butter blossoms, to ethnic treats like krumkake and biscochitos, everyone expects their favorites to be on hand throughout the season.
This year, rather than spend hours in the kitchen making an endless variety, try hosting a cookie swap. Not only will the exchange cut your cooking time in half — without sacrificing quality or quantity — the gathering of friends may likely become a sweet new holiday tradition. Here’s everything you need to know about hosting a successful cookie party.
Thinking about a DIY Thanksgiving craft for the holiday celebration? These DIY turkey place cards add a little bit of handmade and a whole lot of fun to your tablescape. Plus, assigned seating can lead to some of the best conversations between guests.
It’s hard not to feel festive on the Fourth of July. And with these affordable DIY ideas — from a rocket piñata to everything red, white, and blue — you can throw a budget-friendly party your friends won’t soon forget.
On game day, food is the one thing sports fans can count on. It doesn’t matter who wins the big game when there’s a tasty spread, right?
These cupcake-sized lasagna bites are the perfect game day snack for a watching party. Best of all, you can make them ahead of time so that your day-of party prep is kept to a minimum. Just reheat in the microwave or oven and serve.
A potluck Thanksgiving is a sure-fire way to ensure a stress-free holiday. When guests bring a dish, that’s less work for the host. Plus, it allows guests to enjoy (and share!) their own favorite Thanksgiving dishes.
Whether you’re hosting or attending a Thanksgiving potluck this year, here are a few crowd-pleasing ideas to make the planning, preparation, and party more fun.
Two of our favorite things return in September: football and primetime TV. Make that three: television-watching parties! Hosting a TV-centric party doesn’t require too much work in terms of décor, but you do need a selection of delicious snacks and drinks.
There’s something about food on a stick that spells F-U-N. Plus, it’s easy to eat, because you don’t need utensils — which comes in handy when the party’s outside.
Celebrate summer with these three crowd-pleasing recipes that are simple yet cover all the bases: salad, savory, and sweet.
If you’re looking for a fun dessert to make for Cinco de Mayo, how about these tacos? Tacos for dessert may sound weird — but it’s not when the taco shells are sugar cookies and the fillings are brownies, frosting, shredded coconut, and candy!
These fiesta-worthy taco sugar cookies are sure to surprise and delight.