Season 4, Episode 19: DIY Kokedama, Supermom Allison Kaplan & Fun with Trays


Thanks for stopping by The Happi House! Take your coat off and stay a while, because we’ve got some fun in store. In this week’s episode, Happi is joined by Jessie Jacobson, owner of Tonkadale Greenhouse. Jessie shows off her green thumb and takes us step-by-step through the process of creating a kokedama, or Japanese hanging moss balls. Kids will love getting messy while they create them and YOU will love the cool statement plant piece you have in the end. Next, real-life Super Mom Allison Kaplan sits down with Happi to chat about juggling her work as a writer and editor along with raising kids. Allison’s son Oscar even makes a guest appearance to tell Happi his favorite thing about his Super Mom. Aww! Lastly, Happi and her pal Peggy show you how a common kitchen item can be used in so many different ways to make entertaining and eating easier. Customize a simple serving tray to display snack spreads and more.

Becky Olk is a blog contributor and Executive Producer of the Emmy nominated lifestyle television show The Happi House. She is experienced in the areas of retail design, styling, photography and anything DIY.

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