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Jun 30, 2015

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  • Let the flags fly in your home landscape

    When Kip Carey was designing a sign for his new shop, All About Colorado, he went looking for a state flag for inspiration. Flying the Centennial State's symbolic identity wasn't the breeze he'd anticipated. "I couldn't find one anywhere," said Carey, who decided then that he'd keep a full range of Colorado flags in stock once he opened. Two...

  • Kid-friendly crafts for the Fourth of July

    Along with parades, picnics and fireworks, Fourth of July fun for kids can include some holiday-themed crafts. "The Fourth is such a great crafting holiday for kids," says Mary Giles, deputy editor of FamilyFun magazine. "They can decorate their bikes or make silly hats and noisemakers for the local parade, then help create decorations and...

  • Year-round gardening: Managing mosquitoes in your backyard

    Just when you thought it was safe to go into the garden, Mother Nature unleashes storms with hail. If that weren't enough, the weather also has given rise to the scourge of outdoor activity: mosquitoes. A gardener's yard is filled with ideal places for mosquitoes to lay their eggs, with plenty of pots, buckets, saucers, bird baths, ponds,...

  • Fruity, summery colors perk up decor all year

    Aah, summer - the season when oranges are transformed into ice pops, limes add zing to slushies, peaches become pies, and berries take over nearly every dessert. Citrus and other fruity hues look fresh and energetic in summer decor, and there's no need to remove them once fall approaches. Their upbeat nature makes them a smart choice all year...

  • Is your garden out of control? Then simplify

    Too many plants, too little time? A lot of unnecessary effort can be weeded out with some time- and energy-saving shortcuts, from plant selection to better tools. "I realized one day that I was becoming a slave to my plants," said Kerry Ann Mendez, author of "The Right-Size Flower Garden." "I was working harder for them than they were working...

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