I have been so inspired by the links on the Make Bake Create party! I even used several for gifts for Mother’s Day and Teacher’s Appreciation Week. Today, I’m going to share with you something I made a few weeks ago!
If you are late to the party, no worries, every Wednesday come and link up your favorite projects from the week. This could be any food, recipes, crafts or DIY! Since there are 5 hosts… your link will be seen on 5 blogs at once.
Your hosts are Rachel from Bubbly Nature Creations, Sarah from Hope In Every Season, Kristy from Mommy Hates Cooking, Brandi from The Creative Princess and Vanessa from The Rookie Seamstress.
We would love for you to follow us on Google+!
As we entered into both Mother’s Day and Teacher’s Appreciation week, one of the themes for our teachers was ‘food’ or ‘kitchen’. I thought a great way to show a passion that I have would be to create these simple menu planners! My best friend made me something similar several years ago, so I switched it up just a bit to make these cute planners!
What do you need?
All you need is a frame and erasable marker! That’s it! Then, all you do is print off a menu planner on any type of scrapbook paper you would like to insert into your frame. I used an 8×10 frame and then cut the paper down to fit after I printed it.
I simply attached a marker and printable gift tag to it and an inexpensive gift was made! These are such a great way to get personal and really put your own touch on the gift.
I even made this more simple for you! Find the FREE Printable Menu Planner template HERE! Now, all you need to do is print it on your favorite paper and you are all set!
Now are you ready to get crafty? Be sure and link up some of your favorite projects!
* You may link up any DIY/ recipe/ food type post.
* You may link as many links as you want.
* Be sure to include The Make Bake Create button or text link to in your linked post; this is recommended to be featured!
* By linking up you are agreeing that the photos are yours or that you have permission to use them, that we may use those photos to feature your project on a blog post, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter with a link back to your blog of course.
(We may also occasionally MAKE YOUR PROJECT OURSELVES- with a link back to your recipe or tutorial, this gets more exposure for you… and potentially lots of traffic!)
‘); // ]]>