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Here are the top ten articles for the Frugal Living Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Make Cheap Houseplants - Dividing & Rooting
Get more houseplants for free from other houseplants! This article discusses dividing dracaenas and rooting pothos - two exceptionally easy plants to propogate and grow.
2. Free Blackberries - Foraging and Uses
Summertime is blackberry time in much of the northern world. You can plan an entire afternoon collecting berries, eating some for a picnic, and taking the rest home for some elegant, healthy treats.
3. Home Cleaning WIth Food - Multipurpose Supplies
Use your food stamps, or rummage around the pantry, to find these multipurpose food products that also clean up around the house.
4. Get Free Supplies for Moving
Plan ahead and save up your own packing supplies to save a big line item from your moving budget. There's more to do than just asking your grocery store for fruit boxes!
5. Free Wall Art - Use Travel Maps for Home Decor
Maps from visitor centers and travel agencies are often 100% free, and make great, attractive, and very interesting wall hangings. Find out where to get free maps.
6. Use Old Wool Sweaters and Blankets to Make Felt
You can use old sweaters and other woolen items to make wonderful felt for craft and decorating projects.
7. Make Felt From Your Pet Combings
Yes --- you really can make great felt items from your petīs fur!
8. Make Your Own Hammock
Here are directions to make your own hammock using rags and scraps. Easy and Fun!
9. Cheapest Items at CVS and Walgreens
If you make a habit of using Extra Care Bucks at CVS or Register Rewards at Walgreens (wags), then you often need to find a filler item to fully use your 'extra money'. Here are some easy freebies to grab instead of candy.
10. Lemon and Citrus Leaves - Foraging and Uses
Foraging for citrus yields more than uses for fruit and rinds. Learn to make tea, cook with and craft with leaves from lemon, oranges and other citrus trees.
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