If you’re like me, you’re very “whatever” about the Super Bowl game itself. I tune in for the half-time show (go Beyonce!) and, of course, the commercials. I will admit that I enjoy attending parties where the majority is rooting for one team — I then like to cheer on the opposite team (very loudly). Irritating friends who take the game so seriously keeps me alert while the game is on. Back to those commercials…
Kelly Lanza of Studio DIY has come up with a fun way to let everyone in the room know your take on all those ads – commercial rating signs! Click on over to her site for the free printables. Pretty great idea, right?
Enjoy your Super Bowl weekend, everybody!
As you know, Super Bowl XLVII is this Sunday. No matter if you’re pulling for the San Francisco 49ers or the Baltimore Ravens, one thing everyone can agree on — good game day food.
Cooking Channel’s Kelsey Nixon is serving up this delicious chili recipe — I’m in!
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What are you serving at your Super Bowl party? Tell me in the Comments!
Football reminds me of lazy Sundays with my dad, so even though I only know enough about football for people not to groan, I’m always excited for the Super Bowl.
For those of you who have been out of the loop this season, allow me to catch you up to speed: this Sunday’s matchup of the Baltimore Ravens versus the San Francisco 49ers is interesting because it pits head coaches Jim and John Harbaugh against each other. Yes, you read right – Jim and John are brothers!
The Super Bowl is the ultimate football fan holiday, and no holiday is complete without a party full of good friends, delicious food and drinks, of course. If you’re looking for ideas for a fun Super Bowl party, look no further – we have everything you need to keep the cheer going until the final touchdown.
Designers, from left to right: Brian Patrick Flynn / Brian Patrick Flynn / Cortney and Robert Novogratz / Meg Caswell / David Bromstad / Emily Johnston Larkin / Judith Balis / Greta Goss
Nothing says fanfare like decking out your home in team colors. Conveniently, brothers serving as head coaches aren’t the only two things tying these teams together. The Ravens and the 49ers also share glitzy gold (our January Color of the Month) as one of their team colors, but are divided between violet for the Ravens and scarlet for the 49ers. What’s great about these color combos is that they look good all year, so feel free to make your Super Bowl decor a little more permanent.
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Like HGTV.com, DIYNetwork.com put together a list of their most pinned images of 2012. This photo from an episode of DIY’s Man Caves was a huge hit for our sister network.
The beer keg bar stools are an irresistible project to try — and if you start now, perhaps you can have yours completed in time for your Super Bowl party (February 3)?
Tell me in the Comments, are you hosting a Super Bowl XLVII gathering? Don’t you think these keg bar stools would impress your guests?
Is everyone ready for the big game tonight? It’s the Giants vs. Patriots, and I’m rooting for the football. Ha! Let’s face it, for many of us the best part about Super Bowl Sunday is the food and drink that comes with such an occasion. Did you see all the nifty bowls Briana delighted the other day? They’re perfect to fill with your favorite munchies for casual, at-home gatherings like tonight. And since Briana found the perfect party bowls, I’ve been on a quest to find the most amazing football-themed, Super Bowl party decor. My findings may have turned me onto the sport even more just so I can incorporate football-shaped food into my shindigs come fall. Adorable.
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OK, is anyone else feeling hungry? I definitely wouldn’t mind eating chili from a mason jar (being from the South and all). Our friends at FoodNetwork.com have plenty of game-day recipes to keep you satisfied while the Giants and Patriots battle it out.
So tell us, how will you be watching the Super Bowl? Are you hosting a big-game bash?