About a week ago, while checking my regular blogs, I stumbled upon a great new blog.
Brooke, the author of the blog, tells you how to get major savings on everyday products. She explains coupon stacking, free products coupons (where you just pay the taxes), and she even tells you where you can find coupons and what stores have sales for certain products. And she's Canadian, so the coupons and sales apply to us in the western provinces...YAY!
Using coupons on sale items = maximum savings.
Something I had never heard about was free product coupons (FPC). For example, she tells you how to get FPC for dog and cat food (you pay just the taxes). Even if you don't have a pet, why not get the coupon and donate the product to your local animal shelter or even food banks for families in need who have pets. What a great idea. Thanks, Brooke. Check out the Babbling Brooke Blog here.
Who knew coupon cutting could be so much fun and economical.
another painting by moi:
I wanted to show some of the different styles of paintings I have worked on over the past couple of years. I am posting thumbnails in the sidebar to the left, of the ones I am showing in my posts. Keep in mind, I am trying different styles & techniques and using different products such as gels, molding paste, paint pens and, of course, acrylic paint.
This is an acrylic on canvas. 12x24. "Family Trees"
I painted this one a couple of years ago. It's colourful and fun. The trees represent the four of us in our family.
I have many more paintings. I just have to photograph them, but these cloudy days don't make for the best natural light.
today: cleaning the house, playing with the girls and maybe even some painting tonight when the girls go to sleep.
happy thursday. aud xx