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Wipe Off Menu

This little thing is so handy! I found this link on Pintrest. It is a wipe off menu board. You need the following supplies:

1. Frame (any size, I used 8x10)

2. Paper (I used scrapbook paper to give it a little decoration)

3. Dry Erase marker

I created a word document to state "Weekly Menu" and then put the days of the week. This allows me to plan my meals for the week and shop accordingly. Love it!

Thank you to Make and Takes for the great idea! Make and Takes

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