Pretty Market Lists + Notepads to Organize Your Grocery Shopping

by in Product Reviews, May 20th, 2013

Mavora Market ListsHave you done your spring cleaning yet? Well, whether you’ve cleaned house or not, Oh So Beautiful Paper is here to help you get at least one thing perfectly organized this season: your grocery list. Planning weekly menus (like the one pictured above from Mavora Cards) and making shopping lists will certainly help save you money and stay on track while weaving through the aisles at the store or market. These pretty little notepads are the perfect tool for getting you started.

Market Lists

(Pictured top row from left: Sugar Paper left + right ; Pictured bottom row: Rifle Paper Co. left + right)

Market Lists and Notepads

(Pictured top row from left: Russell+Hazel and Mavora Cards; Bottom: Arminho)

Market Notepads

(Pictured left: 1canoe2; Pictured right: Jessica Haas Designs)

Once a month, Kelly from Oh So Beautiful Paper, a blog all about fabulous paper goods, will stop by to share with readers two of her favorite things: food and stationery.

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Comments (1)

  1. Chase Howard says:

    These are very cool, thanks for sharing this! I usually always keep a list on my phone but these seem like a cool way to have everything in front of you at all times. I always use one of my folding carts whenever I go grocery shopping because it is better than carrying around a shopping basket all of the time. I can surprisingly fit a lot more into my cart than I originally thought. The milk one is my favorite, because sometimes I forget to get it whenever I do my weekly shopping!

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