DIY Dry Erase Menu Board. A post from contributor Megan of Wit & Wander. She is sharing this week’s free print of the week!
Hi By Dawn Nicole readers! I am always looking for ways to make grocery shopping easier. Let’s face it, it is not the most exciting task on the planet – especially if you have kids in tow. This month I am sharing our family’s secret to cutting down on the hassle of grocery shopping – a DIY Dry Erase Menu Board!
I love it! This Menu Board is so simple to make, but it has made a huge difference in managing the chaos of meal time. Now, my hubby can easily see what’s for dinner and can start prepping if he gets home before me. I also love that because it’s dry erase, it can easily be changed if something comes up throughout the week. To print the Free Menu Planner Printable, just click on the link below. It will open up the printable in a new window, and you can push print from your browser – pretty easy!
To make this Menu Board, print the image and use the glass from your frame to trace around the edges of the print. Then cut along that line for a perfect fit. The print is 8.5 x 11, but it can be cut down to fit into an 8 x 10 frame.
Once you place your print in the frame, you can use a dry erase marker directly on the glass to plan out your menu.
That’s it! It’s so simple, but it has made a huge difference in our meal time efficiency. If you’re looking for more meal time organization, check out our Free Printable Grocery Shopping List.
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Megan is a wife, mother, designer, and blogger at Wit & Wander. She has a passion for sharing the things that add joy and creativity to her life. Megan writes about her adventures as a mom and loves to share ideas for raising little ones, dating your spouse, and living an intentional life. Outside of Wit & Wander, she loves traveling, crafting, photography, and attempting to cook. Connect with her on Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest // Twitter // Google+