Thrifty Thursday Linky Party at!
Welcome to Week 4 of the LWSL Thrifty Thursday link party! I am slowly getting back into the swing of things after last week’s trek to Blissdom–and now preparing for Easter–and I am so excited to see what great tips & projects you have to share this week!

Here are the top 10 clicked-on links from last week’s party:

Thrifty Thursday Week 3

1. Go Cheap or Go Home {Three Feet Grocery Receipt}
2. His Mercy is New {Homemade Coconut Oil Lotion}
3. An Inviting Home {Bath & Body Work Soap for 1/3 the Price}
4. The Whole Adventure {Visual 21-Day Habit Breaker}
5. Joyfully Thriving {Make Your Own Coupon Binder}
6. Vanessa’s Values {Three Free Learning Sites}
7. Joyful Mom {Dryer Balls}
8. BabyList Blog {DIY Scrap Paper Art}
9. Moms Living Leaner {Homemade Dried Fruit}
10. Kooky Karol’s Kitchen {Easter Pretzel Rods}

Never linked up to a party before? Here’s how:

  1. Scroll down, find the little blue “Add your Link” Button and click on that.
  2. Follow the instructions on the next page – add a great image of your project and an interesting title. Make sure you link to the direct page of your budget friendly post – not the main page of your blog! You are welcome to share as many posts as you like, just please do not share the same posts more than once.
  3. Try to visit at least a few other blogs at the party. Be sure to leave a comment to let them know you stopped by!
  4. Finally, please link back to this post somehow. There is a badge available in the sidebar; a simple text link is just fine too.

That’s it! Feel free to tweet about Thrifty Thursday so others can join the fun, and don’t forget to check back here Sunday morning to see which posts have been featured this week!


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