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Printable Grocery List Envelope

A couple of weeks ago you might remember I posted the link to my Grocery List Template.   Shortly after that, Nicole one of my very nice readers (she doesn’t blog so I can’t link to her), sent me an email that said she had converted that grocery list into a grocery list envelope.  She put the grocery list categories on one side of an envelope with check boxes on the other side to remind you of the items you need to bring to the store with you.  Any coupons and/or cash you want to bring with you can then be conveniently stored in the envelope.  How cool is that!  I absolutely loved her idea so much that I asked if I could please share it with all of you and she said yes!

To print all you have to do is open the document in Word (clicking on the Grocery List Envelope link below will take you where you need to go to do that) and then print the category page on one side of a business size envelope.  Then turn the envelope over and print the second page on the side of the envelope with the flap.  Done!  If you have any questions, please just let me know.

Thanks Nicole, this really is brilliant!!

Grocery List Envelope

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20 Responses to “Printable Grocery List Envelope”
  1. 1
    Kat says:

    What a fantastic idea! This would work well with the Dave Ramsey envelope system! Thanks to both of you for sharing!

  2. 2
    The Roost says:

    How cool! There are so many women out there with wonderful ideas!

  3. 3
    Annie says:

    That is a great idea…now if only we lived in an area where we had some great coupon deals!!

  4. 4

    ingenious! love it.

  5. 5
    Janell says:

    This is Awesome, however, I have always used the return envelopes in junk mail to write my grocery list on and then load all the coupons I plan to use inside the envelope. I think now, to be able to continue recycling these envelopes, I’ll just print the Envelope Grocery List 3 times on one page and just tape, staple, or glue it to the envelope. Great way to have my list more organized.

  6. 6
    Susanne says:

    A very clever idea!

  7. 7
    Amy says:

    I love this idea..thank you!! :)

  8. 8
    Alicia says:

    That is soooo clever!!!

  9. 9

    I used to buy something similar in years past from Current, but am glad to be able to make my own – Thanks.

  10. 10
    Lisa says:

    Excellent idea! Dave Ramsey would SO approve [well if you put cash in it or used a debit card!]

  11. 11
    Char says:

    Great idea. I just tried to do it, tho and it wouldn’t print for me. I don’t know what I am doing wrong. It prints, but either a half an envelope of pure black or something from the website, not the list.

    HELP!! :-)

  12. 12
    Char says:

    DUH…..I didn’t realize you couldn’t print from the website. Sorry :-( You have to download it first. That’s what I get for reading mail at 5:30am… :-)

  13. 13

    Great idea!! Thanks to your friend!

  14. 14
    Betsy says:

    Loved the envelope idea! Going to pass this to my two married daughters and one daughter-in-law! Thanks!

  15. 15
    Michele says:

    Another idea is that I keep all of my loyalty cards on a small key ring. You could punch a hole and loop it onto the envelope.

  16. 16
    Steph says:

    I just love this idea – thank you so much for sharing it!

  17. 17
    Melissa Hauf says:

    I love my huge list and I ALWAYS forget my coupons when going to the store…this will come in soooo handy!!! THANK YOU!!!!!

  18. 18
    Ginny says:

    I love this, thanks to Nicole for sharing this~

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    Creative Triplet Mom says:

    This is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing this. I used to put my list on an envelope and put my coupons inside but each week I would draw my graph and try to sort things by aisle which never really worked as I buy the same stuff weekly. I’m going to use one for my next shopping trip and see how it goes.

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