I’ve rounded up some fun tech for the beach. First up – A light up cooler?! Whether you’re hosting a party at home, or spending your day and night at the beach, this party cooler is the ultimate summer accessory. Its powered by LIDDUP, and lights up so you can see what’s inside when the party goes into the night. It also has wheels so you can wheel it from.
If you’re throwing a beach bbq this summer, a quick and easy way to transport and serve condiments is putting them in a muffin pan. Fill it up with with ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, pickles, and other fixins’ of your choosing. Cover with saran wrap, when it’s time to eat simply unwrap and you’re ready to serve.
What you’ll need: Nilla wafers Dark chocolate melts Red icing Yellow icing Shredded coconut Green food coloring Parchment paper Mangos Directions: Melt chocolate melts in microwave or a small slow cooker. Dip wafers in melted chocolate. Lay chocolate-covered wafers flat on parchment paper. Put in the fridge to harden — about 10 minutes. In a small bowl, mix shredded coconut and green food coloring until.
These easy to make cookies will be sure to be a hit all summer long. What you’ll need: Milano cookies (Can also use Vienna or Nutter Butter) Icing Flower icing decoration Graham crackers Directions: On one side of a cookie, draw an upside down “V.” Place flower decoration where the upside down “V” comes to a point. Crumble graham crackers so the consistency comes out to look like sand. Lay.
Hashtag have become a big part of our regular lives as well as our social media lives, so lifestyle expert Limor Suss has rounded up some hashtag-inspired products. #tbt – throw back thursday – Every Thursday people post pics of something from the past. Here are some old school products that are making a comeback Scrunchies! if you grew up in the 80’s you likely wore a scrunchie, but then.
Whether you’re hosting your own fiesta or attending one, Sauza® Tequila is here to help with cocktail and guacamole pairings to make your celebration a success! And skip the store-bought stuff- these guac recipes from the experts at Dos Caminos are easy enough to whip up at home, even with a cocktail in hand! Start with Chef Ivy Stark’s traditional guacamole and give it a fun twist with variations like.
Its Derby Day and if you want to watch at home, you have to have a Mint Julep, its the traditional beverage of the derby for almost 100 years! Mint Julep What You’ll Need: 2 oz. Bourbon 1/2 oz. Simple Syrup 3 Fresh Mint Leaves Crushed Ice Directions: Rub the mint on the inside the glass. Add Bourbon, simple syrup and crushed ice. Stir. Garnish with fresh mint and more.
If your allergies are killing you this time of the year, you might be suffering with a red nose, itchy/watery eyes, dark circles, chapped lips, etc. But if you have a big meeting or a date and you don’t want to look stuffy and uncomfortable, we have some allergy solutions and tips! ITCHY, WATERY EYES – If you have itchy, watery eyes, the last thing you want to do is.
Sponsored The Kentucky Derby is on May 2nd, and if you’re planning on throwing a party for the greatest 2 min in sports, I have some great ideas. Attire – Ask your friends to dress up in their finest clothes. This is the one day of the year that more is better. The men could wear light linen suits, seersucker, or go all out with lively colors like coral, light.
If you’re anything like me, your computer is really starting to bug you because it constantly tells you its out of storage space. I recently got a WD My Cloud EX4100 to review (and lucky for you – the EX2 version to giveaway too!) Its 4TB, you can drag and drop on an app on your computer and you can use it via the web anywhere. It’s your personal cloud storage, and.
If you’re a new mom (or almost a new mom), and looking for the best baby carrier, listen up! You might know that using both of your hands is not always an option with a newborn. So, you have to have a carrier…. but after some trial and error, you’ll learn that not all carriers are great. Some are bulky, some are heavy, some are ugly! I recently met the.