Amy Clark

Freebie Friday: June 17, 2011

Happy Free bie Friday, everyone! We would like to thank Stephanie from Couponing 101 for assisting us with our freebies each week.  This week Stephanie is sharing some Freebies for Good Grades this week.  If your kids did well on those report cards, this might be just the freebie to cash in on!

On MomAdvice we have some great projects you could tackle this Father’s Day weekend.  Try this spinach & tomato orzo pasta salad for your family cookout, create a power-pack gift basket for your favorite superhero dad,  or create a movie basket for a special dad in your life, check out our adventures in a homemade ice cream & a tortilla pizza night,  and our weekly notebook is filled with fun craft and food DIY projects you can try.

You will also find me writing over at the Goodwill Tips blog and this month I am sharing three surprising things you might not know about your donations. I think you will find The Donate Movement is really worth hearing about and learning how much a donation can impact others!

Happy Father’s  Day to all of our dads out there! Enjoy your weekend, everyone!

Health & Beauty

Carefree Body Shape Liners
Avon Anew Solar Advance Sunscreen Face Lotion
Artistry Intensive Anti-Wrinkle Firming Serum
Crest Complete


Free Scoop of Ice Cream at Baskin-Robbins (with good report card)


Audio Dramatization of the Bible (ESV)
7 Free Issues of Parents Magazine
Everyday Pilates: From the Bottom Up eBook
Everyday Pilates: Up, Up and Away eBook


8×10 Photo from Walgreens (code 1FREEBIE)


Nutrish Dog Food or Snack

This Week’s Freebie Events

June 17 – 23

17 Michaels: Make a Father’s Day Card, 6 pm – 8 pm.

18 Disney Store: City of Lights, 10:30 pm, 12 pm, or 1:30 pm.

18 Home Depot: Build a Lil Toolbox, 9 am – 12 pm.

18 – Lakeshore Learning: Create a Father’s Day Wallet, 11 am – 3 pm.

18 – Pottery Barn: Play with LEGO Duplos.

18 Michaels: Make a Father’s Day Key Chain, 10 am – 12 pm.

18-19 Bass Pro Shop: Make Your Own Leather Key Chain.

Published June 17, 2011 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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