I've been on a cooking kick lately. I really do not like to cook, but I know it is so much better for my family and our pocketbook if I do. I've been making a valiant effort. I'll head over to KraftRecipes.com, pick out my dinners, add them to my shopping list, and print it out with all of the recipes. A week's worth of recipes and a shopping list equal several sheets of paper, so I came up with a way to help keep my weekly menu organized.
This project was so easy! Here's what I did: a scrapbook paper covered file folder holds all the recipes for the week. I glued the outside edges of the folder together to create a little pocket. I used my Cricut to cut out the label and the letters and spruced them up with a little distressing ink.
I Mod Podged scrapbook paper onto a metal sign (I found mine on clearance at Michael's, but I've also found them at the Dollar Tree), used my Cricut to cut out the word DINNER, and made some satin rosette magnets.
The magnetic board is the perfect place to display the recipe for dinner that night.
Now for the best part! I used 3M Command strips to adhere these to the inside of one of my kitchen cabinets. This cabinet is right next to my stove, so it stays open while I'm cooking and my recipe is always visible and up out of the way (so it doesn't get covered in dinner). :)
Have a great weekend, Everyone! :) I'll be linking up to these super parties!