Sometimes the best grocery deals aren’t at the grocery store. They may even be somewhere completely off the wall, like Home Depot. Not convinced? Check out this deal that I got recently:
A few years ago I decided I was done with paper napkins. Done with buying them, and done with using them. I started picking up cloth napkins at yard sales and thrift stores, and soon had more than enough. Here’s what I’ve discovered since making the switch:
My mother-in-law gets points for teaching my husband how to bake and cook. He and I pretty much split the baking and cooking duties 50-50. Nice, huh?
Homemade biscuits happen to be one of his specialties, and he’s fond of reminding me that he once won a 4-H biscuit competition. As long as he keeps making me things to eat, I’ll let him brag 🙂
Here’s his recipe for biscuits.
Looking for a cheap and easy way to spruce up your home-canned goodies for gift giving? Give cupcake wrappers a try. They’re cheaper than fabric, and there’s nothing to cut out. Just place a wrapper on top of the lid, and screw on a ring. It’s that easy!
Something most people don’t know about me? I have a shoe store in my basement. Okay, so it’s not exactly a shoe store, but that is what my kids call my shoe stockpile. You see, I really hate to pay retail, so I keep an eye out for good deals on kids’ shoes when I’m at thrift stores and yard sales, and buy ahead when I can.