Calling all teachers! Krispy Kreme is helping teachers celebrate the summer with a FREE coffee with any regular priced purchase Teachers must present their school employee ID to redeem this offer. It’s valid all throughout June and July. Tell your teacher friends!
Snag this coupon to get a FREE slider when you purchase a sandwich or meal at Arby’s! Simply provide your name to access and print out your coupon! Valid through June 13th.
Register your kids for this Build a FREE Bug House Workshop at The Home Depot! This will take place on July 1st at 9AM-12PM. Every child registered gets to participate in hands-on activities, and gets to take home some freebies, including the item! If interested, be sure to register now, spots are limited.
I am always looking for ways to save money and make things last – so it is no surprise that I ended up making my own cloth diaper liners out of a cheap Walmart fleece blanket. I traced a regular microfiber insert and made a pattern from it, and continued to cut out 30 fleece inserts. These act as a wicking agent and keeps your baby feeling dry – plus it is more comfortable on them 🙂
Something I noticed, though, was that the fleece ends up pilling after a while. I didn’t want to buy a new fleece blanket to cut up every few months so I found an alternative way to fix this “problem” and make them last much longer! Have you ever heard of a fabric shaver? I scored one at a discount store last year and decided to give it a shot. This bad boy has saved lots of my clothing as well as my cloth diaper liners. It is super easy to use and you empty it like a bagless vacuum.
Take a look at my before and after pictures:
It’s not perfect, but it makes a huge difference! I have also used my fabric shaver on my husband’s USMC fleece throw, and it looks brand new! Have you ever used one?