Scrapbooking Week in Review for April 7-14, 2008

Does it ever seem like life just keeps getting busier and busier? In case you happened to miss any of the articles in the scrapbooking blog, here is a recap for you. Looking for a New Simple Technique to Try? Do you ever sit and stare at your major stash of scrapbooking supplies and wonder what new techniques to try to add a little personality or flair to your pages? If you do, you are not alone. It is typical to find yourself in a rut and wonder what you can do about it. Capturing Quirky Habits and Mannerisms This … Continue reading

Things to Do in April

The blue skies have arrived with hopefully very little showers. Outdoors is the place to be as we welcome warmer temperatures and the blessings of spring. Spruce up your home and your outdoor environment this month with some fun projects. Here are things to do in April. Earth Day falls on April 22nd. Take this opportunity to chair your air filters to help your air filtration system run efficiently. Also, promote recycling in your home with labeled recycling bins that are in within easy access to the members of your family. You’ll soon be spending a lot of time outdoors. … Continue reading

Frugal Living Week In Review for April 16th to April 22nd

Frugal Living has become such second nature to me, that sometimes I forget to share ideas that I use everyday. I am trying to make a more conscious effort, to pass these along to others, so they can save money too. This past week was filled with excellent articles by three bloggers, all whom I consider quite obviously well-versed, on the art of Frugal Living. There are always a never ending supply of terrific ideas, tips, resources and advice for living a more frugal lifestyle. If you haven’t checked it out late, be sure and visit the Frugal Blog! Monday … Continue reading

Scrapbooking Week In Review for April 16th to April 22nd

This week has been a week for organization and finding storage solutions, for all those scrapbooking supplies we tend to accumulate. Next week, I will begin focusing more on specific supplies, and storage options for them. Hopefully, you found lots of useful information in the organizational articles already, and that you have begun preparing yourself for a clean and beautiful room. Monday April 16th Monday kicked off our week with a Week In Review for April 9th to April 15th. Following our weekly review was an article titled No Camera’s Allowed!, featuring ideas and solutions for when there are no … Continue reading

What Did You Pay for Milk in April?

Is the price of milk going up? Check out this information from the government that offers milk prices across the country for the month of April, 2007. With three kids (two of which drink large amounts of milk) I pay close attention to milk prices. It seems that they are always going up. While that isn’t always the case, it is nice to have real information on what milk is costing me from month to month. These prices reflect the most popular brands of whole milk by the gallon. Samples prices are taken twice a month to get an average … Continue reading

Frugal Living Week In Review for April 9th to April 15th

Another busy week in Frugal Living has come to an end, and it is time once again to show you what has been going on this past week. With three bloggers, there is a never ending supply of terrific ideas, tips and advice for living a more frugal lifestyle. Visit the previous Week In Review, to get more great ideas. Monday April 9th We started off our week with several terrific articles. Traci offered advice in Saving Money by Cutting The Phone Cord. If you follow this advice, you can really cut back your phone expenses. We did this a … Continue reading

Scrapbooking Week In Review for April 9th to April 15th

The scrapbooking blog has one purpose, and that is to help you preserve your memories in the best way possible. This past week was no different as we took a look at many different aspects of scrapbooking. I tried to focus on a more budget friendly scrapbooking experience. Monday April 9th Monday kicked off with What Are You Forgetting To Photograph In Your Child’s Life, which was a reminder to what is important to document, and what maybe you have forgotten to capture on film. Sometimes we overlook simple moments. Tuesday April 10th In How To Use A Light Box … Continue reading

Best Buys for April

April is all about Spring. It is also about saving big on certain items, if you know what to go after. You’ll find sales and reduced prices on all of the following during the month of April. Sprucing up for Spring If you are like me, you have been opening up those windows and letting the fresh spring air breeze through your house. The lovely weather just makes me want to clean and freshen everything inside. The bright sunshine and tender green leaves outside of the window makes me notice those rooms that need painting. The good news is that … Continue reading

Calendar of Strange Holidays and Other Events for Scrapbooking In April

Imagine the strange and jazzy layouts you can make celebrating some of these wild, wacky and unusual holidays. These have been collected and compiled from various sources over the years of my teaching and we celebrated many of them in the classroom. Celebrate them with your children and family and create fun and wacky layouts! The Month of April Keep American Beautiful Month Mathematics Education Month Month Of The Young Child National Garden Month National Humor Month Pets Are Wonderful Month First Week of April is: National Reading a Road Map Week National Straw Hat Week Egg Salad Week Second … Continue reading