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Sep 13, 2006
—Better Homes and Gardens Editors Available for Interviews—

Touches of Autumn, pg. 25
Cast a spell with this bounty of easy decorating ideas for fall and Halloween. Whether you create a table runner out of miniature pumpkins and ribbons or some batty Silhouettes, check out BH&G for a decorating treat.

Little ‘Top of Horrors, pg. 68
Make your tabletop the spookiest spot in the house this Halloween – without leaving home. Get all the products you need for the ultimate holiday party online.

Plant Now for Spring, pg. 132
Spring-flowering bulbs are one of the loveliest gardening investments you can make. Plant them in fall; reap the rewards in spring. BH&G provides quick and easy tips for planting and arranging and choosing the perfect selection of bulbs.

Any-Season Wreath, pg. 154
Make a colorful wreath from clippings of broadleaf evergreens in your yard. All you need is a 12-inch floral foam wreath and let BH&G show you the rest.

Take a Hobby Holiday, pg. 170
On your next vacation, indulge your favorite pastime and meet others who share your passion. Whatever your hobby, there is somebody organizing a vacation around it; Fun for Foodies; Scrapbook Sojourns; and Quilting Quests are just a few. Find friends that share your passion the next time you decide to take a trip.

Work This Way, pg. 176
Helping with homework is a vital part of any parent’s job. Helping kids develop discipline and a solid work ethic is even more important.

Pot Roast, pg. 213
Wrap up a cozy fall weekend with this easy, melt in your mouth classic. Dress it up with new flavors or serve more traditional fare with these tips, techniques, and recipes for delicious no-fuss pot roast.

Grill Once Dine Twice, pg. 228
In just a few minutes, BH&G can give you some mouth-watering recipe ideas so you can grill enough salmon for two dinners plus a weekday lunch.

The October issue of Better Homes and Gardens is available on newsstands September 12th .

Katharine Reitz
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