Once I get the kids back to school, it’s time get myself organized. With a little more time in my day, I can sit and create my grocery shopping list.
Problem is, I have so MANY versions of a grocery shopping list that my system switches week to week.
Here are just a few of my favorite in-your-hand, old-school paper options you can buy or print yourself-
All Out Of by KnockKnock is genious, reminding me of the vintage pantry boards used in the Downton Abby kitchen.
Need something cute? Get your smiley face going in the printable Grocery List from Hello, Cuteness
The Elli Blog has a beautiful green floral pattern on a grocery list.
The Stocked Kitchen’s Grocery List has both a color and black-and-white version PLUS an app to keep you organized if you forget your paper.
Looking for a customizable, delivered-to-your-door version? The Stationery Store can send you this set of grocery lists –
And Kate from Design Sponge has solved my issue – I need a list for both planned menus AND shopping items with enough space for both. She’s got one of each and a combo form plus a DIY tutorial for the cute clipboard too!
Finally, here’s the official Amy’s Shopping List Template I’ve used for years. It’s got grocery aisles in the order of my store. I head to my favorite copy center and pick out a stack of colors, make 40-50 copies, then ask for help as the tops are glued and the stack is chopped into thirds. Ta-da! One new list for me and two to share. These make great neighbor gifts or teacher appreciation gifts.
What’s your method for grocery shopping lists?