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Make a splash with fun sponge balls. These super-soakers are easy-to-make and perfect for kids to play with in the pool or backyard.
Wondering what should be on your garden to-do list? Southern California gardening contributor Sharon Lovejoy outlines the tasks.
Want to see how a small shopping list can yield big results? Make this DIY birdhouse from a single pine board!
Tropical plants -- and cold-tolerant plants that bear a resemblance -- bring a laidback attitude to the garden. Here's how to make them work in any climate.
Irene Virag is being adventurous in her garden planning for 2012. She's branching out with camellias and more. But she won't forget old friends.
It can sometimes seem like a challenge to put blooming trees and shrubs to use. It's easy, though, if you just follow a few simple design strategies.
Upcycle an old wooden crate into storage for laundry supplies. This makeover just takes paint, cabinet hardware, and our free stencil.
Build a height-adjustable lamp that's as up to date as its economical LED light source. Our DIY plans make it easy to wrap up the project in a weekend.
Once considered finicky hothouse plants, orchids have a new, carefree manner. These delicate flowers are more beautiful and easier to grow than ever.
Looking for fresh laundry room design ideas? Check out a variety of clever projects you can do without being taken to the cleaners.
This bone-shaped nameplate makes it clear who's head of the household.
Brighten up a child's room with this colorful playset. Kids can play on the tabletop - and you hide the art supplies and store the benches when they're done!
This sleek computer desk looks great in a home office or a teen's room. So why not spend the weekend with your son or daughter building a pair of them?
Plan early season color for your garden. These plants will help get you started.