Carnival of Pecuniary Delights No. 1: The Madoline Hatter Pecuniary Art Edition

Welcome to the 1st Edition of the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights!

I am thrilled to have received such a response from the personal finance blogging community for this first edition of the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights. Thank you to each of the 68 participants for your submissions; it has been a pleasure to read and include each of your articles.

A little about the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights

Carnival of Pecuniary delights

For those of you who are just hearing about this new carnival, the purpose of the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights is to showcase content of lasting value from the personal finance and frugality blogosphere. There is no restriction as to the age of the posts submitted so bloggers are free to submit their best and favorites from any part of their archives.

As the priority is lasting value, you will not find items with an “expiration date.” This means, no temporary promotions for businesses, shopping deals or credit card offers. Even if you were to happen upon this carnival 6 months from now, the content would all still be relevant.

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Giveaway Winners

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David from MoneyNing Momma from Momma’s Blog

Pecuniary Art by Madoline Hatter

In our past year of financial blogging, my sister Madoline Hatter, our resident graphic designer and artist, has produced not a few financially-themed pieces for this blog and our CafePress shop. As we have just concluded 2 giveaways of piggy bank art magnets featuring Madoline’s work to kick-off the launch of this new carnival, I have decided to theme this first edition around more of her pecuniary art.

Shameless plug: All of the images you see below are available on numerous types of products at our shop. They make great gifts for those with an interest in finance or frugality, and most are available with and without captions. Click on an image to see more.

Now, without any further ado, allow me to present the first ever Carnival of Pecuniary Delights: The Madoline Hatter Pecuniary Art Edition.

Editor’s Picks

Feast on Your Savings Suckling Piggy Bank by Madoline Hatter
Feast On Your Savings

Frugality

Frugal Baby Blocks by Madoline Hatter

Frugal Home and Garden

Friends Help Friends Save Piggy Banks by Madoline Hatter

Frugal Kitchen

Incontinent Spending? Piggy Bank by Madoline Hatter
Incontinent spending?

Saving on Spending

Cash is Tender Piggy Bank Mother and Piglets by Madoline Hatter

Money Management

Penny Coin Sprout by Madoline Hatter
A penny is the first part of a million.

Personal Finance

"Don't forget to water your money tree" by Madoline Hatter

Green Living

Bankrupt Baby Blocks by Madoline Hatter

Debt and Credit

Shining Credit vs. Infernal Credit by Madoline Hatter
Shining Credit vs. Infernal Credit

Taxes and Economic Stimulus

Prune Your Spending and Watch Your Savings Grow Money Tree by Madoline Hatter

Economy

Interest Bears Fruit Money Tree by Madoline Hatter

Investing

Reap What You Save Money Tree by Madoline Hatter

Career and Income

"Practice Maintains Perfect" Young Mozart at the Piano by Madoline Hatter
Practice Maintains Perfect

Miscellany

Enchanted Fairy Pumpkin Ship by Madoline Hatter
Enchanted Pumpkin Fairy Ship

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This concludes the First Edition of the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights. Next week’s edition will be hosted by Wise Bread, so be sure to get your submissions in by Wednesday April 8th, 6:00 PM PST.

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46 thoughts on “Carnival of Pecuniary Delights No. 1: The Madoline Hatter Pecuniary Art Edition”

  1. Congratulations on a spectacular first carnival! I know you’ve worked very hard on it and the quality really shows.

    Thanks for including me.

  2. Wow! What wonderful submissions. And I love the art! Thanks for including me. Can’t wait to pour through all these links.

  3. Congratulations on a fine launch! What a great turnout!

    It’s excellent that we’ll be able to use some of our “oldies but goodies” posts again.

    Thanks for including my article, and here’s to great success -

  4. This might be my new favorite carnival! Great articles! Thanks for including mine, and making it an editor’s choice. This should be a lot of fun going forward.

  5. Well done my dear, well done! HUGE fan of that art, as well as all these bloggers up here. We gotta new carnival in town baby!!! Congrats :)

  6. Nice job with all this work, I’m glad to be included! And that is quite a quick turnaround on the editing…. well done. I’ll come to you for tips if I should host one in the future:)

  7. Great job. Glad to see you have Wisebread on board for next week. Thanks for including me and will definitely put this in my carnival submission rotation.

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