After reading the comments left for me about making dish scrubbie's I decided to try to make some out of vegetable net bags. I didn't quite have enough so I used the leftover netting I bought for the other side. Turned out quite well. I'm still using the first one I made so they last quite awhile.
A great bargain for me this week at a estate sale was a bag of yarn for $6.00. This takes the cost of craft making way down. There were 8 full skeins of regular yarn and 3 skeins of lamb's wool. I'm trying to crochet socks with the wool. This is definitely a learning experience for me but I guess you never know if you can do it till you try.
My husband also found tools that he said were quite a bargain. They seemed willing to negotiate so we will look for their company again when we go to estate sales.
I was greatly surprised this year when I defrosted the freezer. The only thing I threw away were some hamburger buns ..they had some how had gotten shoved to the back. I believe our No Spend January helped me with keeping it organized and using it up before it got old.
I made many meals made with our ham from Easter including the pizza I made for today. I was also able to freeze the bone for beans later on and freeze enough chopped ham for a meal of omelette's in the future.
I bought Easter basket fillers for our granddaughter for next year at Target for 70 percent off. I did this last year and I didn't have to buy a thing this year except a chocolate bunny for their baskets. I'm still looking for a few things for our grandson.
I bought four dish towels on sale at Joanne's that were in the 70 % off Easter deal. With butterflies on them they didn't look like Easter towels, so I will be able to use them for present's for Mother's day and a couple for Christmas.
I downloaded a couple of free kindle books this week.
Caught up on all the rewards on Friday night and Saturday morning that I could. You can see them here (the books may not be free any longer).
What ways have you saved this week?
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