As I was looking through all the different images here at the Graphics Fairy I kept thinking…there is something for everyone and every occasion. So here is just about the easiest idea in the world…one that you can create in no time at all and one that you can change up at a moments whim. It can be for your office…your husbands office…your children’s room…the kitchen…for friends…for family…for anyone that you care about and you can personalize it right here with the perfect image. What are you asking is this simple DIY??? Well it is a Dry Erase Board.
I used a 5X7 pewter color filigree frame that I got at Good Will for a dollar. I decided to use it as is…who knows I just might spray paint it at some point but I really loved the way this simply beautiful graphic looked in it. I ran out the graphic size appropriate.
Then I traced the cardboard insert over the image and cut it out.
Popped the graphic in back of the glass of the frame…then fastened the back and viola…there you have it…a dry erase board ready to write a note on. I loved this graphic because it even provides the perfect space for a little note. You will have hours of fun looking for the perfect graphic that fits your style.
I then took a dry erase marker and spray painted it white (it took a few coats).
From a second print I cut out the rose garland carefully and Mod Podged the garland onto to marker…then wrapped lace around the cap added a bit of an embellishment and tied it on to the frame…your creation is now complete…
Now could that have been any easier? Have fun creating one that is perfect for you…the kids…hubby or all those special people. It works like a charm…you write your note and it wipes of in a blink of an eye ready to use over and over and over again! Hope you enjoy! See you again soon with another fun project…if you would like to visit…I am always hanging out at The Cottage Market...love to see you there.
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