June 27, 2013

Bedroom Value Menu

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 Welcome to The Bedroom! Can I take your order!?  We have a FABULOUS Value Menu, offering “Spice at Just the Right Price!”

 

Paige - June Value Menu - Pinterest

 

If you are looking for a hot date idea, this is it!  Spice things up in the bedroom with our little
Bedroom Value Menu
 

Materials:

1. The amazing value menu printables, created by the FABULOUS Sameeha at The Inked Leaf.

2. Blindfold and tasty treats (if selected by your spouse).

When the mood strikes, lay out the ADORABLE printable Value Menu on a tray with some accessories to give it the fast food feel!  I used a tray, with some plastic silverware, napkins and a drink!  Place it on the table or bed and have it ready and waiting for your spouse when they get home!  When they see it, they will see what is really on the menu for the night! {wink wink} 

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If you can, prop up the menu up so it looks like a real fast food menu on a wall, they can see their romantic options better! :lol: Hand your hubby his McStud Muffin wallet, filled with $15 “spice bucks.”  Make mention that each item, aside from two, extra spicy items, are just $1!!  That means, his $15 can take him a lonnnng way OR he can have a couple of nights going to bed satisfied! {wink, wink}
 

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If you’re hubby orders the blind taste test, use the fabulous ideas included in the Name that Treat post by Michelle! 
HINT:  This would be the PERFECT way to end your Dollar Menu-naire Date!
 

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15 Responses to “Bedroom Value Menu ”

  1. Candice Candice says:

    What a fun, romantic twist on this familiar menu! Awesome printables, Sameeha!

  2. Julie Julie says:

    Wowee!! This IS a spicy one! Super creative Paige and Sameeha!!

  3. Jessica says:

    This is such a fun way to “spice” it up. Even better because we have a “small metal box” savings fund, so we can use real money and add to our stash!

  4. Paige says:

    Jessica – real money is a good idea too! Have fun!

  5. Ann Roberts says:

    What a great “spicy” idea! You are just too cute & so are your ideas!

  6. This is such a cool, fun and romantic idea. I really like your value menu. I want to definitely try it out :) Thanks for sharing!

  7. zahra says:

    LOVE IT!!!!! ;-)

  8. Stephanie says:

    Just wanted to say my husband loved this gift and we are still using the menu. The nice thing is he gives me the money and then I can order things too–like a massage!!! So it’s the gift that keeps giving. Thanks, it’s amazing.

  9. Becky Smucker says:

    Thank you for this printable! I am so excited to share with you how I used it to bless my husband. He had to come home early to tackle a bunch of office work, (which he hates!) so to surprise him I combined these printables with the idea from “to do list” from July 2012. I printed all the money and hid different amounts in envelopes marked with office work we both had to do (file paperwork, print invoices, clean his/her side of the desk, etc) Then we could both earn “money” for the tasks we completed in the office. Later we could cash in our money towards menu options (after the kids were in bed of course!). Needless to say office work was really fun and he loved it; the work went really fast and wasn’t draining for him like before! thanks so much for all the ideas…its so fun to be creative with my hubby!!!
    Becky

  10. Erika says:

    Thanks for the great idea! I bought my hubby his favorite box of $1 candy and attached a note for him to find in his car that said, “You deserve a break today! Enjoy this special DOLLAR treat and think about all the fun we’re going to have on our DOLLAR DATE! Join me tonight for a date that’s cheap on money but generous in fun and excitement! Can’t wait to see you tonight!” When he got home we went to McDonalds and I told him we were ordering off the value menu. He waited for the food, and I went to get our table. I had brought a battery operated candle and 2 plastic champagne glasses that I set up at our table. It was just a fun touch to let him know that we don’t need a lot of money for romance! After supper, we rented a redbox movie to enjoy at home (which I had a coupon for!) He loved the date even before we got home where he found the Spice At Just the Right Price Value Menu! We got out of the house and had a great night! The whole date cost $6.37! Thanks for the inspiration!

  11. Ellen says:

    Oooh! Using the money as rewards for each section completed on our taxes… Then we will get to spend the money together on the menu once our efile is completed! Excited! Thanks for such a super idea!!

  12. Laura says:

    Hello! This idea is awesome!! I can’t wait to try it with my boyfriend.
    I was thinking that you could use kisses, hugs,.. etc instead of money (to pay), and it would be funnier!

  13. Cynthia says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful printable! My husband was in need of a new wallet which I bought for his birthday and this was such a cute, sexy idea to go along with it! He absolutly loved it!! I love your website and emails, so many fun ideas!
    ~New wife, married 3 1/2 months, so glad for all the encouragement on this website! <3

  14. Courtnay says:

    love, love, love it. Just created my first private pinterest board for it! So important for a healthy, long lasting marriage!

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