We came up with so many great ideas for our Best of the Beehive issue, we couldn't possibly fit it all in. So, we really had to pick and choose, and here's the extended portion of our Home & Family section that almost made it in.

Best way to start a unique family picnic
Viva Markets

Along with delicious Mexican foods for your picnic, you’ll also find locally-made products at Viva Markets. One of our favorites is a wooden bench with an engraved Utah beehive. Buy two, fold them together, and you’ve got your picnic table. 140 N. 900 West, SLC, 801-532-7530, vivamarketplace.com

Best place for childhood memories
City Creek's Disney Store 

New Disney characters can be found anywhere, but for classics like Grumpy and Dopey, visit the Disney Store at SLC’s City Creek Center (bring them to see Snow White and the Huntsman for extra points). $12.50. 801-532-2353, shopcitycreekcenter.com

Best way to to create custom bunkbeds
Tanglewood Design

You and the kids can mix and match components to create a personalized bunk bed design. Tanglewood will actually do the building. 647 Billins Rd., Ste.1, SLC, 801-261-2261, playhousedesigns.com

Best spot for DIY Pinewood Derby racers
Hammond Toys & Hobbies

Hammond has pre-cut designs to start making your own car, plus all the custom parts and even a polishing kit to keep it lookin’ smooth. 1957 E. 4780 South, SLC, 801-278-0157, hammondtoy.com

Decorating your home

Fancy trim style fram with pink base and vintage sable topcoat, $119; art by Dan McCarthy (print not for sale) from Signed and Numbered. 2320 S. West Temple, SLC, 801-596-2093, signed-numbered.com

1950s Belgian Tapestry from Carmen Miranda’s Antiques, $85. 241 E. Broadway, SLC, 801-359-7741

Victorian chocolate pot, $65; blue and white bell, $6 from Home Again 2100 S. 1019 East, SLC, 801-487-4668, homeagainconsignment.squarespace.com

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