November 26, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide- Do it Yourself Menu Board {Lolly Jane}

Hi Kirsti Koo readers! We're happy to be here with the fabulous host, Kirsti. She's such a fun girl!

We are twin sisters Kelli & Kristi from Lolly Jane and our little corner of blogland is filled with home improvement tips, craft tutorials, holiday decor, recipes and a good furniture revamp or two. We love how small touches of decor can customize a space and instantly make it yours.


Today we'll be showing you how to make an easy framed dry-erase menu board.


We both have the problem of answering, “Ummm… what sounds good?” when our husbands come home from work and ask what’s for dinner so now we can let them know without having to ask AND it’s a great outline for weekly grocery shopping ;) We know most of our sisters & friends share this same problem so this is an easy solution and an inexpensive gift to give.

To get started you need just a few things:
12x12 picture frame
12x12 scrapbook paper
Vinyl lettering {available here}
Dry-erase marker

Simply apply the vinyl lettering onto the glass, slide the paper in and write your menu for the week:

Want to give as a gift?
Just add a big red bow with a dry-erase marker tied in:


It's fun how different paper can change the whole look.


If you'd like to purchase the vinyl only, we're having a sale for Kirsti Koo readers. Our usual price of $18 is on sale for $12, free shipping.

[Just email lollyjane@gmail.com with how many you'd like. Black vinyl only, 12x12 size. No customizing, sorry]

We'd to catch up with you on FB, Pinterest or Twitter (:
XOXO

1 comment:

Naomi Mae said...

LOVE these! Super cute! And I really like the bow with a dry erase marker tied in! Super cute present idea!