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If you’re searching for a classroom’s worth of easy valentines, these charming arrow pens are right on target. Scoop up gel pens in bright colors, and use our template on heavyweight papers—you can quickly produce a whole bunch.
Chicken wings have become a staple at Super Bowl parties. Up your hosting game this year by turning one big batch into a trio of enticing flavors. Roast nine pounds of wings; divide into thirds. Finish each portion with one of these tasty sauces.
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When it comes to home design, the entryway often gets short shrift, yet it’s the first thing you see when you come home. Why not make it more welcoming—and functional? Simply paint a landing-strip shelf a shade you love, then mount it to the wall. With a level and a pencil, draw a line above (30 inches works well) and parallel to the shelf. Next, draw vertical lines up from each shelf end to form a rectangle. Fill it in with the same-color paint.
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This gift box bearing treats has all the delights of a Valentine’s Day package. But its nutrient-rich contents are a treat for the heart as much as for the taste buds. Put a box together by arranging cupcake liners inside and filling them with dark chocolate, dried or dehydrated red-colored fruit (strawberries, cranberries, red plums, and goji berries), and low-sodium vegetable chips (beet and red potato).
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When toasted and mixed into melted chocolate, couscous creates a surprising, satisfying candy.
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