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Posted by TSGal on Sat, December 21st, 2013 at 11:00 am
Are you looking for a last-minute homemade gift for someone that will last throughout the year? Swaggernaut thepudu is here to help! Here she has given detailed direction on planting your own terrarium:
What a beautiful and thoughtful idea! Here are a few useful links I’ve gathered to help you earn Swag Bucks while building your terranium. PetCo currently offers 3 SBs per dollar back throught Shop & Earn. Here is a link to substrates. And you can’t go wrong at The Container Store. Here is a beautiful glass jar I picked out which would get you 3 sBs per dollar back! You are now well on your way!
If you would like to submit a DIY or a favorite recipe please send it (with your Swag Name and a picture, please) to email@example.com. If we publish you submission you will get 500 Swag Bucks, just like thepudu did today! Good luck!
Posted by TSGal on Sat, April 13th, 2013 at 11:00 amLooking for a quick and easy way to make bath time more fun? I found this awesome tutorial on YouTube for DIY Bath Jellies. Bath Jellies are small, jelly shapes that work just like body wash – perfect for the kids, for your friends, and even for yourself! They also make great gifts! Check it ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Wed, November 7th, 2012 at 3:00 pmHey Swaggernauts – Ashley here! Lately, I’ve been pretty fond of a recent fashion trend – the duct tape look. I’ve seen duct tape wallets, duct tape purses, and even duct tape prom dresses, and let me tell you, they look awesome! I wanted to try it myself, so I visited Instructables.com and found a ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Sat, October 13th, 2012 at 11:00 amHappy Saturday the 13th! Okay, maybe that’s not as freaky as Friday the 13th, but I thought I’d give it a shot. For this weekend’s do-it-yourself project, I thought I would share a tutorial for Mummies Nail Art so that you can ensure that even your fingernails are in the Halloween spirit! This tutorial comes ... Read More »
Posted by TSGal on Sat, October 6th, 2012 at 11:00 amHalloween is just a few short weeks away. Stock up on the candy, hang the decorations, and get your costumes in order. Do you know what you’re dressing up as this year? What about your kids – do they know what they’re dressing up as? If you’re looking for an adorable costume you can throw ... Read More »
Posted by TSGal on Tue, September 25th, 2012 at 9:00 amLaundry is one of those chores that nobody wants to do, but everybody has to do. The problem is, laundry detergent can be very expensive. So, why not save some money and make your own? I found this article on Instructables.com and it has rave reviews. This will work on all regular washing machines and it ... Read More »
Posted by TSGal on Sat, September 1st, 2012 at 11:00 amFoosball is a great recreational game for all ages! It’s fun, interactive, challenging, and a bit competitive. The only problem is that Foosball tables can be very expensive. No need to worry – I’ve got a great solution! It’s a do-it-yourself Foosball table that I found on Instructables.com. Check it out: Step 1: Saw To ... Read More »
Posted by TSGal on Tue, August 28th, 2012 at 4:00 pmThink back to when you were just a little boy or girl sitting in the backseat of the car. What did you wish you could do more than anything? Drive the car! I was recently browsing through a great do-it-yourself website, Instructables.com, and came across a really cool project that the kids are sure to ... Read More »
Posted by TSGal on Thu, August 23rd, 2012 at 9:00 amBy the activity from our Pinterest page, I can tell many of our Swaggernauts are interested in do-it-yourself projects, just like I am. I recently found an article on instructables.com that shows you how to make do-it-yourself facial scrubs simply using everyday kitchen items. I know that a lot of us don’t like to use ... Read More »
Posted by TSGal on Mon, October 24th, 2011 at 5:00 pmHalloween is just one week away – do you have your costume yet? I don’t know about you, but I tend to make my costume every year. Costumes are so expensive, and I just don’t find it necessary to buy an $80 outfit to prance around in for one night. You can make your own ... Read More »
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