Here are the supplies I used:
Simple Stories Papers (Summer Fresh and Documented)
Picture Frame(no glass or backing)
Rustoleum Magnetic Primer
Maya Road Chipboard Banner
Kerri Bradford SVG file
I started the project by measuring and tapeing off the size of the Picture frame.
Next I rolled on 3 coats of Rustoleum Magnetic Primer, make sure you roll on 3 light coats for best results. And this stuff really stinks so use proper ventilation. After the primer dried throughly I rolled on 2 coats of wall paint. When the wall paint was dry, I added the frame and the wood letters.
Now it is time to cut the pieces for the Menu. I cut seven pieces of assorted Simple Stories papers and Magnetic Canvas at 3.5x4.5 inches. I also cut 6 strips of paper at 1x12 inches for (2) Magnetic Strips that are approximately 26" long. I adhered all the papers I cut to the Magnetic Canvas and Magnetic Strips. I just used my tape runner to adhere them. I covered the 4 banner pieces with Simple Stories Documented, and on one of the banner pieces I added some Simple Stories Summer Fresh elements.
I used my Eclips machine to cut the days of the week out, I used a SVG file by Kerri Bradford. I also printed several labels of meals my family likes to eat, I also put the labels on the Magnetic Canvas. I put the rest of the labels on the freezer. I attached the clothespins to the banners.
On the freezer I have several labels with different meals, as we use up the meal I take the label off the freezer so I know I need to make more of it. I am hoping that this will help with knowing whats in the freezer, and by looking at the Menu I will know what to pull out of the freezer the night before. I also printed some labels that say "Out to Eat" and "Camping" in hopes that I won't have to cook everyday! I am going to use the clothespins to hold grocery lists and to do notes.
I made a little recipe holder with a Simple Stories Memorbillia pocket, to hold all the receipes for the meals.
I hope you enjoyed my post, off to do some more organizing! Kellie