Hi, everyone! Looking for a way to remember what you need to get at the grocery store? Teri here to show you how to make these dry erase shopping lists to keep in your planner. Then take out and tuck in your purse when you are ready to go shopping!
These lists are easy to make with a few basic paper crafting supplies and Self-Laminating Pouches – Cards! Let’s get started.
Make Dry Erase Shopping Lists
First, pick a self-laminating pouch – card for your list. I’m making a 4×6 list so I’m using a Self-Laminating Pouch – Card Medium. Cut a piece of cardstock to fit in the pouch and then cover it with patterned paper. I recommend using a light-colored paper since you are going to end up writing over it.
Next, decorate the panel with strips of patterned paper.
Add a few die-cuts. I used flowers and sea creatures. You may want to use something else. It’s all about what appeals to your design senses!
Stamp a few words on panel, like “My List” or “Stuff to Get.” Make your stamping really pop by using pencils or markers to add a little color to the letters.
Seal the Lists
Now, it’s time to laminate the panel. Open up the card. Set your panel on it and then slowly set the sticky part of the pouch on top. Use your fingers to really rub out any air bubbles as you go.
Once you’ve laminated your list, use a paperclip to anchor it in your panel.
Use dry-erase markers to write on your list. You can also use wet-erase markers on them!
Making a Smaller List
Craving a smaller list for your planner? That’s easy. Just use a Self-Laminating Pouch – Card Small and create a smaller design!
You can also mix things up. Rather than using stamps to put words on the list, use letter stickers instead. Also, consider using stickers, as well as die-cuts, to decorate the list with!
I hope you are inspired to make some dry erase shopping lists of your own to keep in your planner!
Creative Time: 45 Minutes
Skill Level: Beginner
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White Cardstock: Neenah Paper; Patterned Papers: Jillibean Soup and Studio Calico; Stamps: Hero Arts (Kelly’s Outline Letters Stamp Set); Die-cuts: Bella BLVD; Letters and Heart Stickers: Jillibean Soup; Black Ink Pad: Ranger Ink; Colored Pencil: Faber-Castell; Paperclip
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By Ruth Gauss April 3, 2020 - 9:18 am
Super cute! I definitely need a list more than ever! Thanks so much for sharing!