Sigh, I don’t know what is going on with me! I WILL get back into blogging…. This is step one.
Anyway– My most recent project that I wanted to share with you all was this beautiful Elsa dress for my daughter
Not only was it a pretty quick and easy sew, the pattern was FREE! This thrifty mom loves free!! Get it from Peek-A-Boo pattern shop, HERE!
Using my Joann’s coupons, I raided their section of Frozen fabric (yes, there is an entire section of it at my store). We also recently got a fabric section in our Walmart that I took advantage of. All together, this dress cost a whopping $12!!!! So exciting! That’s cheaper than the lesser quality dresses you find at the store.
My little Queen Linnaea is thrilled, and would live in it if I let her! Happy kid= happy mommy <3
Wow, sorry it has been so long since my last post! We have been busy, busy, busy, and I haven’t been feeling too hot. But now I am back with a great post! I have compiled a list of great homemade household cleaner recipes. With a toddler running around, the importance of having a natural/homemade cleaning aid is a concern- there are just too many harmful chemicals in the stuff you buy at the store. Not to mention, you can save a buck or two making your own! If you have another great cleaner to add to the list, let me know!
Window cleaner via I Can Teach My Child
Orange cleaner via Penniless Parenting
Tub and shower cleaner via Food.com
Bathroom cleaner via Crunchy Betty
Toilet bowl cleaner via Frugally Sustainable
Drain cleaner via Tidy Mom
Granite Cleaner via 320 Sycamore
Kitchen cleaner via One Good Thing by Jillee
Oven cleaner via One Good Thing by Jillee
Countertop cleaner via The Stowell’s
Wood cleaner via eHow.com
Floor cleaner via A Delightful Home
Carpet Cleaner via Surviving the Stores
Laundry soap via I Can Teach My Child
Dishwasher detergent via diyNatural