We’re so thankful for all of you who have linked up at Thrifty Thursday! Here are a few of our favorites from last week:

Recycled Wrapping Paper @ practical-stewardship.com

Just in time for Christmas, here are some great ways to wrap your presents with re-purposed paper.

crockpot chicken stock recipe

Small Footprint Family shared a recipe for The Easiest Crockpot Chicken Stock Ever. The recipe is so informative! Even though I’ve been making my own bone stock for a while, I never realized it was supposed to be called stock, not broth. :)

Vanessa, from Vanessa’s Values, shared a great post on Recognizing The Little Things. It’s so true how the little things do add up. Sometimes it’s helpful for us homemakers to step back and see how the little things we do really do make a big difference!

Tiffany, from Raising the Gang Our Way, also shared a great list of ways she saves her family of seven money!

prudent living

If you have as much trouble keeping your cast iron working well as I do, you’ll love this post by Nancy, from Prudent Living, on how to give your cast iron a facelift.

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Feminine Adventures

Anna and I would love to have you join us for our weekly Thrifty Thursday Link UpThank you so much to those who have linked up with us in the past!!

Posts about living frugally, thrifty tips and tricks, money-saving DIY projects and gardening, frugal recipes, and encouraging posts on financial stewardship are all welcome. Link up to either of our blogs–your post will be displayed in both places.We’d be very grateful if you’d share only thrifty-themed posts. (Read full guidelines here.)

We’re now sharing some of our favorites each week over on our Thrifty Thursday Pinterest board!

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