Top Money Saving Ideas from July on the Frugal Family

Top 25 money saving ideas shared in July on the Frugal Family linky! Includes kids activities, home projects, and easy recipes!

It's a new month and my turn to showcase our Top Posts for July on the Frugal Family! Every week, my co-hosts and I love seeing all the creative money and time saving ideas that are shared with the Frugal Family linky. There were so many great ideas linked up in July that we had a hard time picking a favorite! We managed to do it though, and I'm happy to share our top 25 posts from July!

Voted Top Post for July by the Frugal Family Co-hosts...

Homemade Cleaning Products from Just Another Mom

If you're not making your own cleaning products, you are wasting your money! Homemade cleaning products are easy to make and so inexpensive. Plus you can control what's actually in the stuff you're spraying all over your house. Just Another Mom gives us some great tips. Thanks for sharing!

And here's the rest of our July favorites:

Frugal Fun for Kids
Handmade Gifts for Kids from Hen Family
DIY Cardboard Toy Car Wash from Non Toy Gifts
Homemade Mini Light Table from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Make Your Own Log Catapult from Brain Power Boy
Fork Weaving Quick Craft from Hands On As We Grow
Make a Flying Toy from Planet Smarty Pants
Moon Sand Sensory Play from Letters in the Sand
Name Practice Using Nature from Letters in the Sand 
How to Make Fairy Hair Braids for Pretend Play from Little Worlds Big Adventures
Billions of Bubbles from Playground Parkbench
Homemade Window Paint from Hands On As We Grow
Discovering Nature Kit from Non-Toy Gifts
Gifts Kids Can Make from Aluminum Foil from Planet Smarty Pants
Making Powdered Paint from P is for Preschooler

Frugal Home Projects
Household Uses for Vinegar from From ABCs to ACTs
DIY Rain Gutter Bookshelf from Dabbling Momma
DIY First Ballet Slippers Keepsake from Playground Parkbench
Pretty Storage Tins from Homeschooling Crafty Mama
DIY Glue Pad from Tiny Tots Adventure

Frugal Food
Making the Perfect Green Smoothie from Oak Hill Homestead
Delicious Popcorn Recipes from Saving Sarah
Homemade Yogurt the Easy Way from Oak Hill Homestead
Cookie Monster Ice Cream from Study at Home Mama

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Now on to the Link Up...

The Frugal Family Linky is a great place to share and find ideas that help families to save money, time, and energy. If it's free, low cost, saves money, or reuses something in a new exciting way you can find it on our link up!

The Frugal Family Linky Co-Hosts Are:

Witty Hoots - Celebrating Family Home Life with a Smile - Family orientated lifestyle website with a focus on activities for families with children of all ages. 

Peakle Pie - Creative Ideas for Inspiring Minds - Sharing creative activities for the under 7's. 

Nemcsok Farms - A Family Run Farm - Full of hints and tips, recipes and ideas on how to use the things around you to create a better, more natural lifestyle. 

Our Daily Craft - Crafting with and for kids, creativity for moms and other busy people and helping you create the life you always wanted. 

Crafty Kids at Home - Arts, crafts and messy play acitivites for kids under 7 to do altogether.

Sunny Day Family - Creating, playing, and making every day shine.

Visit them and give them some love.

Time to link up! Please link directly to your blog post. Family friendly posts only, please! Anything that saves time, money, or resources, is free or low-cost, is welcome.  

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By linking up you give my co-hosts and me permission to use a picture from your post to feature you on our sites or through social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook. Pictures will only be used to feature the post that you shared and may be incorporated into a 'featured post' collage. We will always contain a link directly to your blog if you are featured on the Frugal Family Linky.

Thanks for sharing your frugal blog posts with all of us!

Laura R

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for including our DIY Rain gutter Bookshelf! So many terrific frugal ideas. Looking forward to browsing and pinning!