By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living
Information on making denim belts and headbands, gluten-free bread and image and sales will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday.
Barb Chauncey has written a book titled “Denim by Design,” and she’s going to demonstrate how to make various denim belts and headbands. Her company is A Barb Chauncey Design, and she’s from Carter, S.D.
Carol Fenster knows that gluten-free bread costs more than regular bread and that it’s important to make the most of every slice — even stale, leftover bread — she’ll show how. Her business is Savory Palate Inc., and she’s from Centennial, Colo.
Elle Swan is an author and motivational speaker from Las Vegas, Nev., and she’s going to talk about how image relates to sales. She’ll also explain the connection between image and personal branding and share her four specific secrets for selling and image.
Information on faux arts-and-crafts antiques, candle centerpieces and peanuts for health will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday.
Since antiques from 1900-1929 are skyrocketing in value, Bruce Johnson says we can create our own faux arts-and-crafts antiques, and he’ll show how to do this. Johnson represents Minwax in Upper Saddle River, N.J.
Rita Fuentes, senior regional vice president for PartyLite Gifts Inc. in Plymouth, Mass., will share ideas for bringing fun and festivity to a dinner party, focusing on centerpieces, place settings and buffet tables — and they all feature candles.
Food communications specialist Gayle Stephenson says that 3-5 servings of peanuts per week reduce coronary heart disease by 50 percent, and she’ll show different ways to incorporate peanuts in the diet. She represents the Texas Peanut Producers Board in Lubbock.