For over four years, Fun On a Dime has been encouraging families to find out for themselves that fun doesn’t have to cost a lot or be complicated. In a time when everyone is trying to cutback on expenses, there are so many ways to have fun while spending little or no money.
Fun On a Dime likes to keep a family-friendly environment while showcasing a variety of ideas of fun for all ages like games, activities, kid friendly recipes, tips, DIY projects, giveaways and so much more. The Fun On a Dime Team consists of 2 moms (2 families), with 10 children 12 years old and under and 3 dogs (each family has at least one). They are are strong believers that if you are going to spend your money, you should spend it wisely and we should all find ways to enjoy more and stress less.
Michelle is the creator of Fun On a Dime and started this site to remember creating fun moments in life is possible no matter what your budget is. She loves reintroducing back to basics crafts and playing large family games. She lives in the sunny valley of Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, 3 busy kiddos ages 9 (boy), 7 (girl), and 2.5 years (girl) and equally energized dog. Michelle has a background in Recreation and working with non-profits.
Courtney brings with her a contagious energy, creativity and full of awesome DIY and educational projects. She also lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, 7 children ages 12 (girl), 11 (girl), 9 (girl), 7 (girl), 4 (girl), 2.5 years (boy) and 1 (girl). Courtney comes with a background in Education and currently homeschools her 5 oldest children.
Doris L. Burke saysJuly 8, 2015 at 10:38 am
I love the lamp made with popsicle sticks. I would like to do this project with my Vacation Bible School students. Where can I get the instructions on how to make it? I’m interested in the swirl lamp. Thank you, in advance, for your help. Doris
Michelle saysJuly 17, 2015 at 2:05 pm
Hi Doris! That is a super neat project. Unfortunatley, that was just a picture from the internet that I found way back. I did a quick google search and can find a lot of the same lamp pics, but no tutorial.