If you’re not a fan of that’ pumpkin guts’ smell, then why not ‘carve out’ some of these Jack-o-lantern inspired crafts that won’t leave your wallet as hollowed out as a gutted gourd! Mason Jar Jack-o-lanterns: I have tons of old Mason jars laying around, but if you don’t, you can find them for dirtContinue reading “Pennywise Pumpkin Crafts”
Fall is a great time of year for art projects because free materials are literally dropping out of the sky! Here’s some fun ways to put those festive leaves to work keeping your kids entertained. While I can promise that you’ll definitely decorate with plenty of oranges, reds, and yellows you’ll still be able toContinue reading “Low-Cost Leaf Art”
Here’s a list of free and low-cost fall activities that’ll make all the members of your family as happy as a fuzzy sweater on a cold day.
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I originally posted this last fall, but as it is September already (even though the 85-degree high of yesterday would like you to think otherwise) and the fall merchandise is flooding through the stores I figured it would be an appropriate re-blog. So, in case you missed it last year, please enjoy my tips forContinue reading “Frugal Fall”
Old McDonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o. The kids wanted to explore it, but mom didn’t want to spend too much dough, e-i-e-i-o! Want to have a fun filled farm themed experience with your kids without breaking this little piggy bank? Try planting and harvesting some of these home-grown ideas!
I may as well admit that I am on the ‘Pumpkin Spice Bandwagon’. I have always LOVED fall. I love the cooler weather, I love the crisp mornings, I love the changing colors of the leaves, I love the smell. I also love all the things that can add up and cost you a bundle!Continue reading “Frugal Fall”