Welcome to Saver Tips Tuesday – this year we tackle Mother’s Day Tips!
Check in each week to see lots of helpful tips for your everyday life. We will be talking about DIY projects, recipes, tips for organization, ways to repurpose items and more! You might see a recipe post that is a “time saver”, a budgeting post that is a “money saver” or a rainy day activity for the kiddos that is a “life saver”! There are so many awesome ideas out there and we want to Link and Learn from each other.
This link-up is being hosted by 3 great blogs:
Each week we’ll highlight tips from our own sites and then you can link up your own posts via the linky tool (any kind of “saver” tip). The linky will be on all 3 sites- so your post will get a ton of exposure! Each week, we will also highlight the Top 3 posts from the linky during the previous week.
If you want to have a vegetable garden this year without having to till, why not try out this Vegetable Garden Raised Bed project! Using a raised bed garden means you have control of the soil quality, you’re able to reach the plants easily from all sides, and you can better protect your little garden from pests.
For one week only, through 4/27, head over to HomeDepot.com and take $10 off a $100 purchase with coupon code SPRINGHD!
This week we have some awesome ideas for how to SAVE $$ on your Electric Bill, spend your tax return wisely, and shop a Farmer’s Market like a seasoned pro!
Jamie here, if you’re wanting to try your hand at DIY Flower Planters this year (rather than buying the pre-arranged pots at the garden center) I have a super-simple 3-Step Rule to share with you ;) You need to purchase each of these types of flowers:
You’ll want to begin putting together your DIY Flower Planters by searching for these three types of flowers/plants to fill your pot.
*Keep in mind that they each need to have the same sun requirements