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    Moms Need to Know and Bargain Briana are giving away a $50 credit to PhotoWorks. Both giveaways end 3/30.

    Koupon Karen shares links to coupons for Ronzoni Smart Taste pasta. These are included in the Buy 8, Save $4 promo at Ralphs – last week, they were 99 cents, which made them free after double coupon. I don’t know if they’re still 99 cents, but even if they’re not, they should still be pretty cheap after coupon.

    A Thrifty Mom has some suggestions if you’re having trouble printing coupons.

    Growing Up Gabel has a nice roundup of ideas for homemade Easter basket treats.

    If you shop at Bloom and don’t know if they double coupons, it would be worth checking since they may double coupons up to 99 cents every day.

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    WFMW: What do you put in an inexpensive Easter basket besides candy?

    This week is a reverse Works for Me Wednesday, when the participants get to ask their readers for help. And I need your help! Tell me: What inexpensive non-food items can you put in an Easter basket?

    I don’t let my boys eat candy, so I don’t want any food in the basket. And the last time I checked the Salvation Army store, they didn’t have a toy section. (I’m afraid to go to Goodwill, they have the worst parking lot ever. But I may brave it, if I have time.) Also, we have enough craft supplies to host a dozen crafting parties without spending a dime.

    So … any suggestions?

    Find more Works for Me Wednesday tips dilemmas at We are THAT Family.

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