::Looking for a fun and inexpensive way to make someone's day? Myra from My Blessed Life shows you how to whip up a cute homemade banner.
::During the Eat From the Pantry Challenge, the question we've heard a
lot is "Won't I have to spend an arm and a leg to refill my pantry
after the challenge is finished?" FishMama adeptly answers that over here on her blog.
::I loved this article on SimpleMom on creating a paperless kitchen. It's pretty much how we roll, except a few paper napkins and the occasional paper plate does find it's way onto our table every once in a blue moon.
::Speaking of kitchens, Saving Money Living Life renovated her entire kitchen for around $1500. See pictures and how she pulled it off here.
::In the mood for snow? Heavenly Homemade has your fix for all things snowy and delicious here.
John Jerfitz says
I have made a website which is about HYIP and I think this might be a way to get financial independence in the actual world. What do you think about this? Please give feedback to see if I’m doing the right thing…
Thanks for the links! i’m going to make one of those banners for a baby shower i’m planning! i’ve been having the hardest time finding something that i liked that didnt’ cost $40 or even $50 bucks and now i can pick the colors i want and make it personal with the new mommy to be’s name on it and everything! sooooo cute! thanks!
I enjoyed the links! Thanks for sharing these with us.
Jenny @ThriftyJenny says
Thanks for the links Crystal! I enjoyed Fish mama’s post. It really can be a challenge to remember that deals come around often so we don’t need to hoard them!
Ashley B. says
Thanks for all of the links! I loved the post on a paperless kitchen! It is something I would like to work toward!
Jada @ food.fun.family says
Thanks for the links, Crystal. Also, I wanted to share with you when we began the “challenge” never in a million years did I think God would call us to something of spiritual significance b/c of forgoing purchasing groceries this month. Yet, he has. In light of the events in Haiti, our family has decided to send our grocery money that we have saved this month (possibly next, too). Our church has established an account. It is a national denomination and is legit. You can get to the link from my blog http://www.foodfunfamily.wordpress.com
Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage says
Thanks for the links!