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Itsy Bits and Pieces: More From the 2013 Bachman's Spring Ideas House...Part Two

Itsy Bits and Pieces: More From the 2013 Bachman's Spring Ideas House...Part Two

Have a succulent that's overgrowing its container? There's no need to kill or ditch the plant; instead use these steps to turn one succulent into two. Who knows, you might find succulents so easy and long-lasting you'll want to send one to a friend (or yourself!).

Have a succulent that's overgrowing its container? There's no need to kill or ditch the plant; instead use these steps to turn one succulent into two. Who knows, you might find succulents so easy and long-lasting you'll want to send one to a friend (or yourself!).

Golf Ball Ladybugs! Got some old golf balls at home? Then recycle them and make a cute decoration for your garden! Painting golf balls to look like ladybugs is easy so it's a great project to do with kids. Just don't forget to wear an appropriate mask when you're spray painting the golf balls. ;) Is this going to be your next family fun activity?

Golf Ball Ladybugs! Got some old golf balls at home? Then recycle them and make a cute decoration for your garden! Painting golf balls to look like ladybugs is easy so it's a great project to do with kids. Just don't forget to wear an appropriate mask when you're spray painting the golf balls. ;) Is this going to be your next family fun activity?

Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)

Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)