Make Your Own: DIY Grocery List and A Giveaway (closed)

I have a new page at the top of my blog where I’m going to share free DIY downloads. Similar to tutorials, where I share a free sewing pattern, these DIY downloads will be free paper goods. Check it out!

Note: there’s a giveaway at the bottom of this post, so keep reading. UPDATE: Giveaway is closed.

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We usually have a notepad with a magnet on the cardboard backing stuck to our refrigerator to keep our grocery list. Recently, our notepad ran out and I haven’t been able to find another one. So I decided to make my own. It’s so easy, you can make your own notepad too.

Here are the supplies you will need:

Cardboard scraps (I use cereal boxes)

Magnetic strips (comes in a roll with an adhesive backing)

Stapler (not pictured)

Cutting matt, ruler and rotary cutter


Print this sheet five (5) times.

Cut each list 3 inches wide by 7-1/8 inches tall.

Cut a piece of cardboard the same size.

Arrange your new stack of grocery lists neatly together with the cardboard on the back, and staple together at the top center.

Cut two 2-1/2 inch long magnetic strips, peel the paper backing off, and adhere to the back of the cardboard on your grocery list notepad, one at the top center and one at the bottom center.


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A Giveaway! Leave a comment to win a free stationery set, which includes a grocery list notepad, a set of four recipe cards, and a customized monogram notepad with your initial on it. Include the initial you want on your notepad. Comments close Friday, July 13 at 5:00 pm CST. Closed now.

Thanks for stopping by!

PS – There’s a Summer Sale going on at my Patchwork Trails Etsy shop! Use the coupon code SUMMER40 to save 40% off everything currently listed.


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