Archive for April 2012

Easiest Free Money I Know Of

  • I have explored many options of making easy money online.
  • The best site I've found is SwagBucks!
  • I've gotten $35 so far!
  • I've done literally nothing outside of my normal internet surfing. 

I'm going to share my favorite way of making free money online. For a while there I went kind of crazy with making money online. I'd spend hours on Mturk (which isn't bad if you've got a ton of time on your hands), InboxDollars, and Mypoints. These are all great if you never procrastinate reading your email and can devote hours to meaningless tasks online. But the best way to earn money is through SwagBucks. Seriously. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SEARCH. You set Swagbucks as your default search engine and the more you search the more chances you have at randomly winning "bucks". Instead of saying "google it", my husband and I say "swag it". Here's all the $5 gift cards for Amazon I've gotten in the seven months I've been using them.
And I've got another one I haven't used yet. That's $30 so far. And I haven't even been on my computer for the past couple months. Around Christmas I used this to buy gifts! Also you can do a lot of other things through their website, like cash in old electronics for bucks. I completed a free trial of Netflix and got paid around 1200 bucks. An amazon $5 gift card (which is the best deal for the bucks) costs 450 bucks. So I got paid $10 and was closer to the next gift card, just for trying Netflix. The thrill of randomly winning bucks is fun too! My husband and I excitedly always tell each other when we win. One time I won 51! Yippy! Anyways, here it is again:
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Nine Things

I have probably made more than this recently, but I walked around and took pictures of nine things I've made since I haven't been posting.

  1. Snow globe made from bird toy, baby food jar, water, and glitter. 
  2. Not yet completed! But it would still be beautiful left this way. Collage of bright colored magazine scraps. 
  3. Framed art I made from an old dictionary page, covered with tracing paper, stamped with the words "clarere, audere, gaudere" which is Latin for "be bright, be daring, be joyful". Also I used a peacock feather from my wedding and a vintage brass heart knickknack I got from
  4. Lamp made from a wine glass and string LED lights from IKEA.
  5. A large bright blue key painted from boring bronze-splotchy color. 
  6. My betta fishy, Larkspur, has his own little name announcement for all who sit near to watch him. 
  7. My first perfected version of a little bag made from the end of an envelope. 
  8. One of the stamps I carved using erasers from the dollar store and a Speedball carver.
  9. A shrinky-dink pendant for a necklace.
Perhaps I should elaborate on the stamp carving in another post... 
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Quick Birdie

A quick little post about a cute little project I did recently. I got the cardboard birdie for a dollar at Micheal's, and used old dictionary pages, scrapbook paper, and binder hole reinforcement stickers (also from Micheal's) and ModPodged them all on!
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