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Purina Treat Coupons and DIY Mason Treat Jars for Pets

by Freebies4Mom on December 28, 2015 8:29 pm

Purina Treat Coupons and DIY Mason Treat Jars for PetsPin It

Visit Purina Pet Park on for pet treat coupons and DIY pet gifts. Scroll down and click on the blue “Save Now” button to print your pet treat coupons. Plus you can make these fun DIY Mason Treat Jars for Pets like I made for my puppy!

Pet Treat Coupons

Purina Treat Coupons from WalmartTreat your pet to something special! I shopped at Walmart to find new treats for my german shepherd puppy. She loves her treats, and lately has been hiding them so that she can enjoy them at a later time. Our favorite new dog treats to discover are the Purina® Beneful® brand Dog Snacks, especially the Snackers that are shaped like different vegetables.

Pet Coupons at WalmartI made DIY Mason Treat Jars as a fun gift for my puppy as well as a great hostess gift for our friends with dogs. It’s super easy to make and you can use materials you probably already have in your house.

DIY Mason Treat Jars for PetsDIY Mason Treat Jars for Pets


What you’ll need:

  • Purina® treats
  • glass mason jars with lids
  • hot glue gun
  • fabric squares
  • ribbon
  • printable pet gift tags
  • twine, string or thin ribbon
  • small hole punch for gift tag
  • cardstock to back gift tags
  • scissors
  1. Print out your gift tags, cut out and back with cardstock to make them more sturdy.
  2. Fill mason jars with treats, one kind of treat per jar. If gifting, then label the back of your gift tag with the type of treat inside the jar.
  3. Place fabric square over lid, then secure by twisting metal ring over fabric. I actually used inexpensive cloth napkins to get the color of cloth squares I wanted.
  4. Measure and cut ribbon to wrap around lid and tie on the gift tab. I love the rustic look of burlap ribbon and it’s just the right width to cover the metal rim.
  5. Apply hot glue around metal ring then secure ribbon to it. Be careful when using hot glue!
  6. Your DIY Mason Treat Jar for Pets is ready to gift!

DIY Pet Gifts from PurinaThere are other DIY Pet Gift ideas on Purina Pet Park as well including Paw Print Stencils and Paw Print Ornaments. I love the idea of creating the paw print ornament every year starting with your puppy so you can see how much their paw grows in one year!

Look for a great selection of Purina® pet treats for dogs and cats at Walmart at everyday low prices.

What #SeasonsTreatings are you treating your pets to?

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Look what I made for my puppy ~ DIY Mason Treat Jars #SeasonsTreatingsCOUPONS #ad

Posted by Freebies 4 Mom on Monday, December 28, 2015

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DIY Washi Tape Flower Vases #UnileverSavesMore

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Learn how to upcycle your personal care products into a DIY Washi Tape Vase and take advantage of this great Safeway deal to Save $5 when you spend $15 on participating Unilever Personal Care products (thru 8/28/15). Unilever wants to inspire you to recycle and upcycle more in the bathroom to bring more sunshine to the planet. When you think about how many personal care products you use every day, there is a huge opportunity to upcycle and recycle more.

Safeway Deal: Save $5 when you spend $15 on participating Unilever products

Visit your local Safeway, Albertson’s or Vons Pavillions to save money on your favorite products like Suave, Caress, Dove, TRESemme, AXE Degree, Simple, Dove Men+Care and more Unilever brands. When you spend more than $15 on participating Unilever personal care brands, you’ll save $5 on your purchase. When you buy Unilever personal care products, you are saving more than you think. That’s because the packaging is made from commonly recyclable plastics. Consider adding a small container in your bathroom for recyclables so it’s easy to separate them from the trash. Or better yet, try an upcycle project like my DIY Washi Tape Vases. Find more bathroom recycling tips at the Project Sunlight website.

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What did I do with my Unilever containers after rinsing? Instead of recycling them – I upcycled them into something new, useful and pretty. I created DIY Washi Tape Vases to put flowers in.  For this DIY project all you need are a few clean containers and washi tape. Ok – it’s also handy to have a hacksaw because ideally you’ll cut off the tops of your containers (but you don’t have to). Luckily my hubby was excited to volunteer his skills and sawed off the tops of my Nexxus and Simple containers for me. If I had to do this project over again, I would have asked him to cut the top off my Pond’s container too.

Create a Brighter Future starting in the bathroom #UnileverSavesMore

When selecting your washi tape, I recommend darker colors with a texture or pattern to them. My favorite DIY vase was the turquoise one because the color did a great job of covering up the lettering on the package and the pattern made it more difficult to see the “wrapping”  lines.

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Next I started wrapping my vases in washi tape. I found that starting at the top and placing the tape diagonally across the container worked the best. I experimented a little and found that wrapping in one direction only worked the best. In some areas the lettering on the container showed thru the washi tape so I just covered those areas with two layers of washi tape.

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Aren’t my DIY Washi Tape Vases fun to look at? If you love how your DIY vases turn out, I recommend applying modge podge to them in order to more permanently “fix” the washi tape to the container. Add your favorite flowers – I couldn’t resist these Crazy Daisies!

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Please take the pledge by clicking on the orange “I’m in” (top right) and go green in the bathroom. What will you upcycle? How will you recycle more? Leave a comment or reply to my tweet!

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I made DIY Washi Tape Vases ~ so easy & fun to make! adHow are you upcycling or recycling in the bathroom? Get more recycling tips at #UnileverSavesMore

Posted by Freebies 4 Mom on Saturday, August 22, 2015

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DIY Tub & Shower Cleaner ~ 25 Ways To Use Palmolive

by Freebies4Mom on August 20, 2014 11:13 pm

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DIY Tub & Shower Cleaner made with #PalmoliveWM

Time for me to share my favorite new use for Palmolive! I’m cleaning my bathroom with this DIY Tub & Shower Cleaner that I made by mixing 1 cup of Palmolive with 1 cup of warm white vinegar in an empty spray bottle. Label your spray bottle so everyone knows that it’s a bathroom cleaner (a Mr. Yuk sticker helps children who can’t read). Spray on your shower and tub surfaces and let sit for one hour before wiping and rinsing with water. I picked out Palmolive Lots Blossom because it smells amazing and I wanted my cleaner to be purple. I love how the Palmolive mixes perfectly with the white vinegar and it does a great job of cleaning my bathroom surfaces!

Giveaway 520x700Giveaway has ended, but there are more Giveaways to enter.Would you love to win a $50 Walmart gift card? Five lucky readers will win this gift card prize to try a new way to use Palmolive. You are going to be so amazed by how many creative uses there are for Palmolive – it’s not just for dishes! And everyone can enter the Palmolive Dish Liquid Sweepstakes where the Grand Prize is a $2,000 Walmart Gift Card!!!

Fill out this mobile-friendly form to enter this giveaway daily thru Thursday, September 11. Follow the instructions below to enter daily. You’ll receive email confirmation after you enter. Entries are being collected from several blogs. I’ll include it in my Sweeps 4 Mom list to help remind you to enter daily! If you have any problems entering, please email Heather.

25 Ways To Use Palmolive

Palmolive $2,000 Walmart Gift Card Sweepstakes


Enter Palmolive Dish Liquid Sweepstakes (10 winners)

When you enter my giveaway, you’ll be prompted to visit 25 Ways To Use Palmolive page to gain a daily entry. Go ahead and click the green “Enter Sweeps Now” button to fill out that sweeps form to enter daily for a chance at winning the Grand Prize of a $2,000 Walmart Gift Card. But wait – there’s more than just one huge prize! There’s a Palmolive Kitchen Essentials Prize Basket ($275 value) given away each week! This sweepstakes ends on October 11, 2014 and you can enter daily. Want to win a $50 Walmart gift card? Only five people will win, but you have to enter before this giveaway closes on September 11 to have a chance to win. Better yet – enter daily for an even better chance of winning!  Retweet this giveaway and share this lucky giveaway and sweepstakes!

Go vote on Facebook for the new Palmolive scent you want to see next!

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Good luck and please complete the form above daily to enter this giveaway. You are encouraged to post comments here, but comments will not be accepted as giveaway entries. Thanks for entering. Winners will be contacted by Lunchbox by email after this giveaway closes on Thursday, September 11. I won’t be posting the Winners, but they will appear in the giveaway widget above. Now go enter a few other giveaways:

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4 Tips for Creating a SIMPLE Service Project #Fiskars4Kids #cfk #cbias #shop

Donating to kids in need is one of the most rewarding actions I’ve taken. I encourage you to join Fiskars and Champions for Kids in creating your own SIMPLE Service Project to benefit kids in your local community. You can help encourage creativity in kids who need basic craft supplies like Fiskars kids scissors and craft tools. I recently made a donation of kids scissors, craft tools and more supplies to Boys and Girls Country, a charity that provides a home for up to 88 children from troubled situations. They are truly making a difference in my community and have raised over 1,300 children since they were founded in 1971. Learn more about creating your own SIMPLE Service Project on the Champions for Kids website plus I have some tips to share with you to help you get started.

4 Tips for Creating a SIMPLE Service Project

1. Start with YOU – Anyone can lead a donation drive. You have the skills to organize and deliver donations. It starts with YOU because YOU can make a difference in your community!

2. Look LOCAL – Look all around you for local charities that serve children. Talk to community centers and churches to find out which charities they work with. You can also Google “Children’s Charity YOUR CITY” but be sure you do a little research on charities that are new to you to be sure they are legitimate. You can read reviews of charities at the Better Business Bureau. Ask the charity what their needs are or look for a wishlist on their website.

3. Tell Everyone – Once you’ve identified the local charity you’ll donate to, tell everyone you know. Tell people you see every day and email your friends that live in your area. Tell everyone what specifically you’re collecting to donate to the charity and when you’re making the donation.

4. Make It Happen – You can make it happen by following-up with everyone you’ve talked to about your donation drive and delivering the items you collect. Turn your donation drive into a party and get your kids involved!

Handprint Sunflowers Kids Craft #Fiskars4Kids #cfk #cbias #shop

I’m a huge fan of both handprint artwork and sunflowers, so I selected the Handprint Sunflowers from the Fiskars Crafting Projects to make with my 6-year-old. Supplies we used for this craft project included: Fiskars Kids Scissors, Fiskars Seal of Approval X-Large Easy Squeeze Punch, washable yellow kid’s paint, brown paper grocery bags, brown craft paper and green craft paper. This craft is so simple, but produces beautiful sunflowers made from your child’s handprint.

Making the handprints is fun! Just paint yellow kid’s paint on one hand then press it against the brown paper from the grocery bag. We made 12 yellow handprints then let them dry for a few hours before my son cut them out. The center of the sunflower is made using the Fiskars Seal of Approval Punch which is the best punch I’ve every used (it doesn’t make your hand hurt like other punches and it’s easy enough for kids to use). My son punched out about 50 brown circles to use for the center. I stapled the 12 yellow handprints onto a large brown circle, then my son helped me glue the crumpled brown circles in the middle of the sunflower. We added a few green leaves and then stuck our Handprint Sunflower to the front of a grocery bag full of supplies to donate. Complete instructions are available for Handprint Sunflowers plus there are more crafts to explore from Fiskars.

Buying Fiskars, Crayola & Elmer's to Donate #Fiskars4Kids #cfk #cbias #shop

I enjoyed buying basic craft supplies at Walmart as part of my donation drive. I was able to buy several specific items that were on the wish list of Boys and Girls Country. I made my money go a little further by buying Fiskars kids scissors on sale, finding large packages of Elmer’s Glue Sticks on clearance, and using coupons on Crayola products. I tried to stick to basic craft supplies because I know that with 88 kids they will surely get used!  When I purchased the craft supplies, the cashier asked me if I was a teacher. I told her I was making a donation to Boys and Girls Country and told her a little about the charity. She was happy that I was making such a large donation and told me about her recent visit to a homeless shelter that her cousin works at. The conclusion of our conversation was “It feels good to give back!”

Donating Craft Supplies to Boys & Girls Country #Fiskars4Kids #cfk #cbias #shop

With the help of my neighbors and friends, I was able to donate a lot more than just the craft supplies I purchased. In total I gathered 7 grocery bags and one large box of craft and school supplies plus paper towels and posterboard. I drove to Boys and Girls Country for the first time and I was impressed with their facility – it just felt like a great home for kids. I love the work that this charity is doing for kids and I definitely plan on donating to them in the future. I would like to thank Fiskars for helping me buy craft supplies for this service project.

You can get updates from Fiskars on Facebook and Champions for Kids on Facebook. Tell them about what you’re donating by tweeting @Fiskars_HQ and @Champions4Kids because they would love to hear from you!

I know that every one of my readers can also create their own SIMPLE Service Project and I want to hear from you: How has my story inspired you to donate to kids?

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Make a Lego Kit using a Sunsweet Ones Container

by Freebies4Mom on July 11, 2012 6:00 pm

Make a Lego Kit
I wanted to use Legos we already owned to inspire my kids to create something new. Here’s how I created a Lego Kit and how you can make one too! If you like this project, then you’ll love my Lego Projects Pinterest board.

Step 1Use Clear Containers with a flat lid and flat bottom. I used a Sunsweet Ones container because we love snacking on them. There are always Sunsweet Ones printable coupons at the Sunsweet website. To take the Sunsweet Ones plastic label off just cut a small slit in one end with scissors and then can peel it off without ruining the container.

Step 2Hot Glue Legos to Lid & Bottom if you’d like to provide a small building platform with your Lego Kit. Just remember to line-up those circles if you’re gluing several pieces together to make one platform.

Step 3 – Fill With Legos by Color just to make it fun to look at. Of course the first thing kids will do is mix them all up.

Step 4 – Inspires Creativity just by using what you already have and presenting it to your kids in a new way. How are you making your Legos “new” to your kids?

Happy building and please give me your feedback on my project. If you’re on Pinterest, then I’d love your support when you Pin It.


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