How to: Dry Erase board

DIY + How To

The magic of the idea of dry erase markers and dry erase boards is never ending, especially considering how many things can be a dry erase board. Case in point: this DIY project we spotted on Real Simple. Imagine: a cool modern frame or a crazy-detailed vintage frame, combined with a fabric and paper in a pattern and color palette that fit your personality. Imagine putting these in a useful spot for lists, or lining a hallway with them and letting artsy friends create an ever-changing gallery of beloved art. The possibilities! Does this project sound too simple? Enjoy it! It is super simple, and the incredibly easy-to-follow instructions can be found here.

Images: Real Simple magazine online and Flickr user upsidedownsphere, licensed for use under Creative Commons license Attribution 2.0 Generic.
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1 Comment

  1. large white boards

    Aug 16, 2012 at 9:51 am

    Nice finds! We’ve seen some great whiteboard projects – and the DIY route really isn’t as hard as some people tend to think it is with whiteboards. Being proponents of large whiteboards it’s fun to think of ways to scale the sizes up and it turns out to not be too hard.

    Using the same methods as the “to do” lists you can make some really impressive large boards for so much less than they cost retail.

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