Monday, 30 July 2012

Frugal "I Did It!" Tuesday #3

Wow! Tuesday is here already? Seems like the last week has flown by. I sure am looking forward to seeing all the wonderful posts this week. I have to say, I am learning a lot and loving it. I hope you are able to take a look at a few of the wonderful and helpful posts this week.

Here are a few of the most clicked on post from last week.

and last but certainly not least..

And now it is time to share a view those wonderful fugal posts for this week! So glad you could join us.

I look forward to reading each and every post!

A few rules (I really hate rules but we must have a few)

1. Link up anything that is: Something you made or did that is frugal

2. Link back. Please ensure you put a link back to this page. You can grab the button below or just post a link somewhere in your blog.

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3. Visit a few of the other links on the page.

I will share a few of my favorite posts on my Facebook page this week! Enjoy!
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  1. Thanks for featuring my Natural Treatment for Heat Exhaustion! This week I posted the latest in my Apartment Homesteading series: Make your own cleaning products. They really work! The lemon glass cleaner actually removed crayon from my window quite nicely.

  2. We picked a bunch of wild huckleberries earlier this week and made a really yummy homemade huckleberry lemonade so I shared the recipe today. Thanks for hosting!
    annie @ montanasolarcreations

  3. Thanks for featuring my post about freezing organic veggies from my garden :) I see a bunch of posts I'm looking forward to checking out this week!

    I hope that my post this week, about organic fertilizer on a budget fits the requirements. I wrote it from more of a how to perspective than from a I did this perspective.

    Thanks again for hosting...really enjoying the link up!

  4. Hi Glo! I started growing my own garlic so I wouldn't have to buy the supermarket garlic which comes all the way from China. The garlic from my farmers market is more expensive, but I was buying it to support my local farmers, which I'm always happy to do. But now, I'm saving money by growing my own and learning along the way! I've shared some how-tos and some good links for more information.

  5. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of helathy, tasty and delicious Nourishing cocoa bars!

    Here’s the link:


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