If 'snowflakes' refer to just saving little amounts of money, whether they are coins found or small rebates claimed or recycle bottle / can redemption, then I am certainly happy to report my own kind of snowflake:
Do It Yourself Jewelry Lessons
There is a website where you can get how-to-make instructions for lots of different kinds of jewelry. Some easy, some advanced. Lots of fun just to browse.
Now when I make something which is not particularly unusual, or I don't mind giving away the basic idea, I put on the site as a lesson. When someone buys the lesson, I get 1/2 the price.
My romantic heart necklace is the one that seems to be picked up every couple months. That's $1.50 into my paypal every time without further effort on my end! SWEET!
Basic Dotted Wire Shape
The lesson shows how to make the curly wire necklace, but has alternative ideas also shown in the steps.
This DIY lesson has been bought 10 times for a total income to me of $15.00. Nice!
Here is the lesson page
Romantic Heart Necklace Tutorial
So Pandora! I just tried it for the first time and will use it plenty. It is great for working at my cubicle computer instead of connecting my phone to the USB port and using 'Tune In Radio'. I used to be such a audiophile but have so lost track of the large genres of music nowadays. So far I put in 'Trans-Siberian Orchestra' cause I like high energy instrumental christmas music! And have discovered all these new YOUNG modern classical bands, ie Bond and girl quartets etc. Anyone else?
Now if I can only get those stoopid earbuds to stay in.
December 18th, 2012 at 01:45 am 1355795112
December 18th, 2012 at 03:23 am 1355800984
I like Jango better. No fees, ever. And you can skip as many songs as you want.
December 18th, 2012 at 11:04 am 1355828648
I will need to check out Jango as well.