7 Creative DIY Projects to Reuse Your Old Valentine’s Day Flowers

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Giving flowers has been a longstanding tradition to show your loved ones that you care. Valentine’s Day means that many people will be doing just that. Unfortunately, flowers don’t last. Instead of throwing those flowers away when they start to wilt, why not repurpose them in ways that can last a lifetime? Make use of the vibrant colors of your roses or other flowers, and get a greater bang for your buck by creating something original and memorable.

Rock Your Resolution: New Year’s Giveaway

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Here at FatWallet we are busy planning what our resolution for 2015 will be and some of you may be as well. Whether you’re planning on saving money, getting organized or finding a new job, we’ve rounded up a list of the top items from Amazon that could be on your list to start your… 

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12 Unbelievable Recycled Planters: Creative Container Gardening Ideas

Spring is springing (except for maybe here – we’re still getting snow in Wisoncsin)! So it’s time to get out and spend a sunny afternoon planting you garden, right? The costs can add up quick when you’re buying seeds, flowers, soil and containers. Unless you eliminate your need for containers and pots by using household items as planters!

Instead of visiting the dump after your spring cleaning, let these ideas to inspire you. Try repurposing found objects into yard and patio containers to hold your beautiful plants and give your home some character!

Ten Ideas for a Fabulously Frugal Easter

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With Easter around the corner visions of bunnies and Easter goodies are dancing in your child’s head. Since Easter only rolls around once a year it is a special event for children and adults alike. However, since it is only a one day a year celebration, there is no need to break the bank. Smart shopping and a little planning in advance will help keep you from blowing your Easter fun budget. Following these tips will help ensure that you have a fabulously frugal Easter.