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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Arrange a Room

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Arrange a Room

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: One-Dish Dinners

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One-Dish Dinners

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Save Time in The Garden

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Save Time in The Garden

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Subscribe or Renew Fast!

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Subscribe or Renew Fast!

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Roses for Our Members

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Roses for Our Members

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: BH&G TV

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BH&G TV

What is it about June that makes it seem so special? Perhaps it's because everything seems so full of life. The long-awaited first day of summer officially arrives on June 21. Trees and shrubs are often at their freshest, and there are more flowers in bloom than at any other time of the year. Even the early Romans extolled the virtues of June as the best time for marriages. Let Better Homes and Gardens Television help make June special for you.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Between Friends

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Between Friends

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Summer Draperies

Pages: 23, 24, 27, 30

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Summer Draperies

It's summertime, and the living is breezy. Turn to timeless warm-weather fashion fabrics and trims to give a lighter look to your windows this season.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Off the Wall

Pages: 32, 34, 36

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Off the Wall

Falling Stars Bring celestial sparkle down to earth with a star-studded area rug painted to match your room's color scheme.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Reader Shopping

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Reader Shopping

Time-crunched do-it-yourselfers can duplicate the projects shown in this story with these handpicked collections of Wallies Wallpaper Cutouts. These prepasted, vinyl-coated, strippable wallpaper motifs give walls, furniture, accessories, and craft objects a hand-painted look-- without the mess.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: That's the Breaks

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That's the Breaks

Don't get all broken up over a shattered plate. Turn that damaged dish into a mosaic serving tray. Add a few buttons and some beads, and it all comes together in a purchased picture frame.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Rhythm & Blues

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Rhythm & Blues

Like crisp sails bobbing on an azure sea, white and blue compositions captivate the eye. Buoyant and breezy, the colors combine for a vibrant contrast that is timeless and easy to work with when molding an artful arrangement, such as this one (above).

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Buggy Bedroom

Pages: 42, 44

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Buggy Bedroom

In this Charleston, South Carolina, bedroom, the typical pastels-and-floral-prints garden decorating theme gets some buzz with bright colors and adorable insects. Colorful flourishes were added to unadorned furniture classics, which can be face-lifted to reflect changing interests. In fact, since most of the spunk in this space comes from paint and fabric, the room scheme can grow up along with its occupant.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Chips Off the Color Block

Pages: 46, 48, 50

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Chips Off the Color Block

Somewhere between picking a paint color and buying a bucket of paint, you can collect quite a stack of hue-happy paint chips. Here are some ideas for putting them to decorative use.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Green Bouquets

Pages: 52, 54, 56, 58

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Green Bouquets

Who says only colorful flowers look good in a vase? These bouquets focus on a variety of greenery-- some plants growing as close as your back door. From herbs to ferns, there's a wealth of textures and tones for the picking.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Plant Wraps

Page: 61

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Plant Wraps

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Breakfast Blend

Pages: 62, 64

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Breakfast Blend

Jan and Paul Wicklund of Wayzata, Minnesota, were ready for a change that would transform their dreary kitchen into a cheery entry center and social hub. "We wanted to update our kitchen by enlarging the dining and food preparation areas-- making it a brighter, more livable space," says Jan. Square footage was added with a four-season addition, which replaced an existing greenhouse that had attached to the kitchen through sliding glass doors.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Through-the-Wall Built-Ins

Page: 66

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Through-the-Wall Built-Ins

Older homes may overflow with charm, but the generosity often dries up when it comes to storage space adequate for today's needs. That's what Shelly Weatherby and husband John Baker faced with their 1930s Tudor-style home in Des Moines, Iowa.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Custom Concrete

Page: 71

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Custom Concrete

Concrete walks, drives, and patios can cut ugly swaths through a yard. But you don't have to settle for that. Transform plain surfaces into design elements, or lay down new concrete that better complements your landscaping. Staining and patterning concrete, or pouring it into brick- and stone-shaped grids, are relatively inexpensive ways to create custom looks. Here are the options.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Places To Play

Pages: 72, 74, 76, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 88, 90, 92

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Places To Play

Come out, come out, wherever you are. Why hide in the house when there's a whole world of outside living to seek right in your own backyard? Whether it's a romantic gazebo overlooking a lush garden or a charming summerhouse that doubles up as a hardworking shed, the following pages are filled with ideas you can build (many plans are available) during nature's most pleasurable time to play.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Backyard Projects You Can Build

Page: 94

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Backyard Projects You Can Build

You can duplicate many of the stylish outdoor projects shown in this issue with our Better Homes and Gardens Project Plans. These professionally drawn woodworker's blueprints are available only from the magazine and are not sold in retail stores. Each plan contains a photo of the project, a complete list of materials needed to get you started, detailed construction drawings, full-size patterns (where appropriate), and clearly written instructions to take you step-by-step through the project.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Fences & Gates

Pages: 96, 98, 100, 102, 104, 106, 108, 110, 113, 114

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Fences & Gates

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Garden Sheds

Pages: 118, 120, 122

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Garden Sheds

Dianne and J.D. Muyskens store their garden gear with style in this cottage-cozy potting shed. Cedar-shingle siding and roofing, forest green trim, and arched windows and doors give the 102 square-foot structure a warm look that blends into the couple's backyard (above). The inside of the shed is finished as a bona fide room (left), complete with a secondhand table and an Oriental rug that J.D. bought at a yard sale for $5. "Since we were going to make the whole thing whimsical, we went all the way," Dianne says.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Gardener's Essentials

Page: 124

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Gardener's Essentials

Every gardener needs a place to store pots, soil, and other green-thumb essentials. And, to easily provide your soil with a fertilizing natural boost, create a compost pile that is housed in our attractive corral. Build both of these gardener-friendly projects from our one easy-to-use project plan.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: A Front Porch Out Back

Page: 126

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A Front Porch Out Back

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Warm Walkways

Page: 128

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Warm Walkways

Red rock, matching pavers, and brick define garden spaces, adding a warm feeling to this Colorado backyard.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Bank Vault Safety

Pages: 130, 132, 134

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Bank Vault Safety

The passenger cabin was unscathed after crash testers slammed the Mercedes C-Class into a barrier at 40 mph. The windshield didn't even crack.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Summer Learning

Pages: 136, 138, 140

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Summer Learning

Enrich your child's reading, writing, science, and math skills through books, travel, museum visits, experiments, crafts, and games this summer. The vacation months are an ideal time because learning can be hands-on, outdoors, self-directed, discovery-oriented, creative, and messy. Those are all things you can't often do in school.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Green Landscaping Solutions

Page: 144

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Green Landscaping Solutions

If landscaping is on your remodeling menu, try an approach that will satisfy your pocketbook as well as your appetite to protect our environment. Here are some simple things you and your family can do in the backyard to help conserve energy and natural resources.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: A JEWEL OF A STONE

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A JEWEL OF A STONE

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Did You Know?

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Did You Know?

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Just Say the Word

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Just Say the Word

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Looking Good

Pages: 152, 154

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Looking Good

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Perfect Pairs

Page: 156

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Perfect Pairs

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: TO ORDER PLANTS

Page: 157

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TO ORDER PLANTS

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Test Garden Tip

Page: 157

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Test Garden Tip

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Under the Arches

Page: 158

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Under the Arches

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Come Sit a Spell

Pages: 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170

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Come Sit a Spell

For most gardeners, their favorite chair is not the recliner in front of the TV. It's that garden bench out back. After a hard day at the office ("Honey, I'm hoome") or a long morning pulling out creeping Charlie ("More weeds?!"), that bench is the favored spot to relax, read a book, sample some wine, or (hoo-wee!) tickle the kids.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Come Outside and Play

Pages: 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182

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Come Outside and Play

When warm weather beckons, it's time to do some serious relaxing outdoors. So grab a glass of lemonade and let us show you how to turn your fresh-air space into a carefree oasis with all the comforts of home.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Escape Hatch

Pages: 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194

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Escape Hatch

Sometimes, best-laid plans go awry-- for the best. In rural South Carolina, Pat and Henry McCauley's backyard outbuilding never made it as a toolshed.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: THERMOMETER/TIMER

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THERMOMETER/TIMER

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: FROZEN POP GEAR

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FROZEN POP GEAR

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article:

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"NO-ICE" ICE CREAM MAKER

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Nutrition Information

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Nutrition Information

With each recipe, we give important nutrition information. The calorie count of each serving and the amount, in grams, of fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber, and protein will help you keep tabs on what you eat.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: Food play

Pages: 245, 246, 248, 249, 250, 252

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Food play

"Don't just sit there-- play with your food." How often have you been told that? Now is your chance to create edible works of art.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: The Shopper's Mart

Pages: 254, 255

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The Shopper's Mart

Discover the ease and pleasure of shopping by mail. Order with comfort and convenience from your own home.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2001 Magazine Article: The family next door

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The family next door

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