Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Frugal "I Did It!" Tuesday #4

Tuesday is here! Thank you for being a part of "I Did It" Tuesdays. I can't wait to see all the wonderful posts!

The most clicked on posts from last week are:

Making Mayonnaise That Keeps from A Life Unprocessed

$40.00 DIY Farm House Table from Second Chance To Dream


Apartment Homesteading: Make Your Own Cleaning Products, from Natural Living Momma

Now on to the blog hop!  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. Good Morning Glo, I hope you're feeling better after that scary cleaning mishap :) I can't wait to see what everyone else links up this week, thanks for hosting!
    annie @ montanasolarcreations

    1. Thanks for posting! I love to read and learn from everyone! :)

  2. Thank you for hosting! I've linked up my recipe for spaghetti sauce from garden tomatoes. I also included a post on fall gardening, it talks a little bit about the cost of seeds (heirloom and hybrid). If that is not what you are looking for, please feel free to delete it with my apologies. :) I look forward to reading what everyone else has posted.

    1. I think they are both perfect. Can't wait to try your recipe! :)

  3. Looks like a lot of interesting links to check out. I left link #18 DIY Fruit Flavored Vinegar. It's easy and dirt cheap to make. Of course I use it in salad dressings and marinades, but I also use it as the secret ingredient in a wide variety of dishes. It just seems to kick everything up a notch on the flavor scale.

    1. Thanks for posting! I've been thinking about making my own flavored vinegar they are pretty pricey in the stores.

  4. Thanks so much for featuring my farmhouse table. Barb


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