My Best Homemade Eclipse Glasses


Okay, I stepped things up a notch. These are my new solar eclipse viewing glasses using the tried and true soot on glass technique of days gone by. I made these using a neighbor’s old glass lenses. Actually, when I am done, I’m pretty sure they will clean up perfect…not that I would ever wear them (they are pretty big). And, this video tutorial is only 40 seconds long. Enjoy!


Easy DIY Solar Glasses


These glasses are so easy to make and they’re just like Grandma made in her day. Well, at least they are like what my grandma made. I don’t know about you, but around here, solar glasses are sold out. I’m too cheap, I wouldn’t buy any anyway. I’d rather watch the eclipse online than fork out a few buckaroos for something I’ll only use once. But, now, with my handy looking glass, I can catch a glimpse of the eclipse myself! Check out the tutorial here.

Most Awesome Book Signing Event!

Yes! This will be my most awesome book signing yet! The Classy Cheapskate book will be reduced to $10 and with every purchase I will be giving away freebies valued up to $20 or more! Guests will wonder how this is even possible! Well, it’s possible because I just might be the Queen of Deals. This is precisely why anyone looking to take control of their money and time should buy this book.

If you can’t make it to the book signing, just email and let me know that you want the deal. I will sign a copy of the book and send this deal direct to you – simply pay $10 plus $5 shipping within the United States. I accept credit cards and other forms of payment through PayPal (an easy and secure online payment service – no need to sign up for an account). Offer expires 12/4/2014.

December 4, 2014 from 6 PM – 9 PM
249 Market Street, Sunbury, PA 17801
During the Sunbury Late Night Holiday Shop