Frugal Ideas {Welcome Home Wednesday}

Frugal Ideas {Welcome Home Wednesday Homemaking Link Up on Raising Arrows}

Last week on the Welcome Home Wednesday Link Up, I ran across some really great frugal ideas that I wanted to share with all of you.

First up is a series from SewMona on extending the life of your kids’ clothing.  She shared how to transform long sleeves into short sleeves and how to revamp kids pajamas.  I actually just threw away a pair jammies with holes in the knees.  OOPS!  Should have listened to SewMona!

frugal pantry

From Aspired Living comes a REAL frugal pantry solution.  I love this!  She gives suggestions for using the things you already have rather than buying all sorts of cutesy containers and such.  We’ve been doing this a lot in our new home.  I don’t have a lot of drawers in my kitchen, so I have created “drawers” by putting things in open boxes that I can slide in and out of cabinets.  Works great and is oh so frugal!

Laura from At Home in the Wilburness shared how she keeps baby socks on her little girl’s feet. Really cute idea – and really cute baby!

The most clicked post from last week was from Sweet Country Roots on birth control.

Now, it’s your turn!  Link up as many as 3 posts from your blog and enjoy the other links left here!  {If reading via email, please click over to see the links and leave yours!}

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  1. I love re-purposing old things we have around the house! It is such a blessing to be able to use things we already have and not have to spend money. Thank you so much for the wonderful link-up, Amy! I always look forward to coming here every Wednesday. So thankful to know that you are all moved and getting settled in. God is so faithful! Love, Cheryl

  2. Thank you for highlighting my link, Amy! And thanks for your kind words about our little baby too! I’m a relatively new reader to your blog and have already been greatly blessed by the things you share here.