DIY Piggy Banks: 15 Fun Ways to Save Your Money!
- White Mason Jar Piggy Bank.
- Shadow Box Bank.
- Sparkling Mason Jar Piggy Bank.
- Starbucks Piggy Bank.
- Cardboard Shadow Box Bank.
- Superhero Piggy Bank.
- Airplane Piggy Bank.
- Tin Can Piggy Bank.
- How do you make a piggy bank out of plastic bottles?
- What's the 30 day rule?
- Can you put paper money in a piggy bank?
- How do you make a simple money box?
- How do you get coins out of a glass piggy bank?
- What's the 50 30 20 budget rule?
How do you make a piggy bank out of plastic bottles?
What is this? Cut a short piece of the pipe cleaner, twist it into a loose spiral, and glue it to the bottom of the bottle to look like the pig's tail. Drop some money into your bank and start saving!
What's the 30 day rule?
The Rule is simple: If you see something you want, wait 30 days before buying it. After 30 days, if you still wish to buy the item, move ahead with the purchase. If you forget about it or realise that you don't need it, you will end up saving that expense. Money not spent is money saved.
Can you put paper money in a piggy bank?
A piggy bank is most commonly used to save change, but putting in bills will help you save money faster than if you put in change. Even small bills, such as $1 and $5 bills, will add up quickly if you put them in a piggy bank. A piggy bank full of $1, $5 and $10 bills can quickly add up to several hundred dollars.
How do you make a simple money box?
Assemble the money box stack.
Place the largest box at the base, place the next largest on top, then place the smallest on top. Secure them in place with glue. You can optionally also tie a wide, quality ribbon around the entire stack, finishing it with a large bow on the top box to make it resemble a stack of gifts.
How do you get coins out of a glass piggy bank?
Opening a Ceramic Piggy Bank
If it does not have an opening, you may be able to wiggle some dollar bills out of the entrance slot with a butter knife. You can also hold the knife in the slot and turn the bank upside down. Jiggle it around a bit, and the coins should start to slide out.
What's the 50 30 20 budget rule?
The 50/30/20 rule is an easy budgeting method that can help you to manage your money effectively, simply and sustainably. The basic rule of thumb is to divide your monthly after-tax income into three spending categories: 50% for needs, 30% for wants and 20% for savings or paying off debt.