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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Dining in Style

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Dining in Style

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: WHAT'S COOL IN THE TEST GARDEN

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WHAT'S COOL IN THE TEST GARDEN

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Ring in the Millennium

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Ring in the Millennium

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Crafty You

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Crafty You

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: BH&G TV

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BH&G TV

Despite frosty winds, you'll find a toasty welcome when you tune in to Better Homes and Gardens Television in January. Hosts Heidi and Michael Spound will introduce you to a collection of heartwarming recipes and ideas for your home. Chris Dawson demonstrates how to keep your gardening interests percolating-- even in winter.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Between friends

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Between friends

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: All Glazed Over

Pages: 23, 24, 26, 30, 32

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All Glazed Over

Give walls renewed decorative purpose with custom-glazed finishes. Easy-to-use products and simple techniques make these projects a cinch.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: To Order Supplies

Page: 32

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To Order Supplies

We've done the shopping for you! Our kits contain the very same supplies that were used to create the looks in this "Style in the Making" feature, plus complete step-by-step instructions. All supplies are from Plaid Enterprises, and all prices include shipping, handling, and applicable sales tax.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: New Year's At Home

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New Year's At Home

If the Y2K bug strikes at midnight New Year's Eve, wouldn't you rather be safe at home with the ones you love? But staying home doesn't have to mean sacrificing glamour. These elegant decorations feature a future-perfect palette of icy silver and blue. Start by making a frozen champagne "bucket" spiked with rose petals. Partially fill a plastic bowl with ice cubes and petals. Insert a plastic liter bottle half filled with salt water to create a hole for the champagne bottle. Fill the rest of the bowl with water; freeze. To dislodge, immerse the bowl in hot water and fill the liter bottle with hot water.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Carefree Color

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Carefree Color

Hellebores have long been a mainstay (in some gardens, the mainstay) of winter beds and borders. In most climates hellebores are evergreen, and they bloom exceedingly early. Now comes the Royal Heritage strain of Lenten rose, a persuasive argument that if you don't have hellebores in your yard yet, it is now time to do so.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: New Beginnings For Your Begonias

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New Beginnings For Your Begonias

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: A California Town's

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A California Town's "Flying Flowers"

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: READER SHOPPING

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READER SHOPPING

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Our picks 2000

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Our picks 2000

Here's to the new and the tried and true.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Our picks 2000

Page: 92

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Our picks 2000

We've done the shopping for you! Most of our "picks" can be purchased from Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Some items may be in short supply in nurseries this spring; others, such as the annual, perennial, and ground cover collections, have been grown especially for our readers. We ship at the proper time for planting in your zone.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: Contradiction in traditional terms ...

Pages: 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104

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Contradiction in traditional terms ...

A house decorated in traditional style often makes you think of words like dark and formal. But when you see Bonnie Broten's home, words like light, open, and comfortable come to mind. Bonnie masterfully combines her classic furnishings with airy backgrounds and fun, fixer-upper pieces for a look that's refreshing. "When my house gets too stiff, I have to give it a 'laugh,'" she says. Here's how you can arrange elements in your home for a style that's tailored, but not uptight.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: home improvement contest winners

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home improvement contest winners

Part 1 NASA's satellites probably detected a very large unidentified object rising into the stratosphere above North America recently-- a cloud of dust that emanated from the thousands of decorating and remodeling projects that you undertook not long ago to make your homes more livable and inviting.

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: CIRCLE CUTTER SET

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CIRCLE CUTTER SET

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Better Homes & Gardens January 2000 Magazine Article: The Shopper's Mart

Page: 142

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The Shopper's Mart

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