Day 3: Cardboard Toy Box

If you been following along with our 31 Days of Saving on Holiday Spending series, you already know about the perks for subscribers.  Today, you can get the exclusive tutorial for this Cardboard Toy Box emailed right to your inbox!  If you want to go ahead and sign up you can sign up here: **Update** All freebies from this 31 Days List have been moved to the VIP Library for subscribers. Sign up for free here!

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Here is a sneak peak of the tutorial for you, in case you’re not convinced.


“If you’re lacking storage for all of your kids’ toys, then this DIY gift serves two purposes for you!  (Don’t you love gifts that multitask?)  A personalized toy box will make your kids ecstatic yet help you keep toys out of sight and rooms clean(er) as well.  If you’re handy with a saw and drill, then making a wooden toy box is certainly an option.  When you are on a tight holiday gift budget, though, even a DIY wooden one can be too expensive.  Here is an insanely fugal alternative for you: a cardboard toy box.

Chances are that you already have all of the materials for this lying about your house which would make this gift 100% free!  It is so easy to make and requires little, if any, cutting.  Plus, in the end, you will have a completely custom piece that you know will match your kid’s room.”



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31 Days of Saving on Holiday Gifts: the free course to help you have you best holiday season yet! From building a strong budgetary foundation to finding small and large ways to save, this will help you knock your holiday gifts out of the park without breaking the bank!


If you missed the introduction to this series, check it out at 31 Days of Saving on Holiday Gifts.

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