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Saturday, May 7, 2016

$$ My Frugal Printing Tips $$


$$ How to SAVE MONEY on Printer Paper $$
Does your Printing Corner look like this pile of mess LOL??????
Printer paper EVERYWHERE!!!!
Here are some Frugal Tips to Save you Money on all that Paper 
we go through in order to Save Money at the Stores with our Coupons :)
I know I don't want to spend money to save money!!!!!

***Be SURE when practicing these printing tips to choose a coupon you won't cry over if lost!

PRINT ON THE BACK OF THE KIDS' USED HOMEWORK PAPERS!!! ~ Make a formal announcement to your children (and/or ANY other family members) that if they are throwing away paper that you MUST inspect it first for Usable Coupon Space before it enters the recycling bin. I make out like a bandit at the end of the school year :) Just be sure that whatever is on the reverse side is not personal information you wish to remain private. And remember to practice with coupons you don't care about while you figure out which way your printer feeds.
IF YOU HAVE A COLLEGE KID HIT THEM UP NOW!!! SEMESTERS ARE JUST ENDING!!!

OPEN YOUR JUNK MAIL!!! ~ Start opening ALL junk mail!! Most junk mail has regular size paper and if there are blank areas anywhere... PRINT A COUPON ON IT! Just be sure that whatever is on the reverse side is not personal information you wish to keep private.

USE BOTH SIDES OF THE PAPER!!! ~ If you've only printed 1 or 2 coupons on 1 side of the paper, set it aside for when you need to print only 1 or 2 coupons the next time. Flip to the reverse side and print where the first coupons won't be doubled on the back. Remember to practice with coupons you don't care about while you figure out which way your printer feeds.

Basically if there is ANY paper that would be 86'd into the recycling bin, inspect it first for useable coupon printing space :)

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