Write OnJust because something’s functional doesn’t mean it can’t look nice. Dry-erase boards are handy in nearly any room—the kitchen for a grocery list, the entry to greet the family, the kids’ rooms to remind them what they need for the day. But finding a board that doesn’t look like it belongs in a dorm room isn’t always easy. With a few simple steps (seriously, it couldn’t get any easier), you can make your own dry-erase board sized to your specifications and suited to your décor. Materials Needed: Here’s what you’ll need:
- A picture frame (check out the wide and inexpensive selections at thrift, consignment and dollar stores).
- Scrapbook paper, wallpaper or fabric, cut to fit your frame.
- A dry-erase or transparency marker.
- A cloth, tissue, paper towel, whiteboard eraser or just your finger to wipe off the glass when you want to write a new message.