I figure anything worth putting on a list is worth putting on a pretty list, so this week I made myself some new grocery lists. I started with a elegant design and created a printable template that I’m happy to share with you.
I printed a bunch of copies of this list onto the backs of some scrap paper and used my paper trimmer to cut them out.
Then I stacked them all up and cut a piece of cardboard to the same size.
Using the steps we shared in our original custom notepad tutorial, I put a piece of protective cardboard on the front of the stack and clipped the whole stack together. A quick application of the padding compound that we sell in our Amazon store and a few minutes of drying time later, I had a notepad!
I wanted to put this list on my fridge, so I went into my scrap pile of those large magnet sheets that businesses are always handing out and found one that was the right size. I applied some adhesive to the printed side of the magnet with my Scotch adhesive dot roller (love that thing) and stuck it on the cardboard back.
And just like that, I had a completed notepad, ready for the fridge! This ought to make it easier for my Honey and me to keep track of the items we need around the house.