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Erasable Weekly Menu Board

by Rachel

diy

July 3, 2013

Erasable Weekly Menu Board

 I don’t know about you, but if I wait until the day-of to plan dinner I find myself tearing through the freezer trying to find something – anything – to feed my family, or running to the store to pick up one last item (which always turns into a $25 bill). Since I’ve started planning my meals every weekend – in part because of this cute menu board – I’ve been making healthier meals and fewer trips to the store, and in turn, spending less money. Here's how you can make yours:

What you’ll need

  • Picture frame
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Letter stickers
  • Dry erase markers {fine tip}
  • Quote stickers {optional}
  • Ribbon (optional} 

Directions

  1. Choose your favorite scrapbook paper for the background of your menu board. Trim paper to fit inside the frame you’ve chosen {if needed}. Arrange letter-stickers to form "Menu" and the names for each day of the week and attach to your paper. Leave space to the right to write out your weekly menu {or get creative and leave space to the left, below, wherever you’d like!}. If you have a sticker with a fun quote, attach it now.
  2. Put paper in frame behind glass. Use dry erase markers on the glass to write out your weekly menu. Erase with paper towels or tissues.
  3. {Optional} Attach coordinating ribbon to the back of your frame to hang the menu board.

If you are looking for more dinner ideas to fill out that menu board, check out the Recipes section here on the Hello, Darling blog, visit the MOPS Pinterest board Let's Talk Food or head on over to my recipe blog.

Pin this DIY to Pinterest {use the "Pin it" button above!} using #hellodarlingblog in the description for your chance to win The Quick Split plus a package of their cutting sheets from www.thequicksplit.com. Winner will be announced Monday, July 8th!

Related topics: Organization, Money Matters, Home, Food

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