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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Frugal Writing Tip of The Day

Money! by Tracy O Creative Commons
Save your dryer lint to make paper! After about 10 loads of clothes, you should have enough for a sheet or two. And it will be pretty colors! Just wet it, smoosh it together in your paper loom (made out of spare old lumber and rusty nails), and then let dry.

Of course, you'll probably have to carve blocks of wood out of previously mentioned leftover lumber to make letter stamps. A pen or pencil might tear through your lint paper, after all.

I'm sure you can make some ink out of those spoiled blueberries in the fridge, you know, the ones with the christmas tree plastic wrap on them. And it only takes about two hours to make a sheet of paper. Fun!

Stay tuned for more money saving tips. Moohoohahahaha!

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