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  • Renée D

    Delightful Order Blog - to browse later, tons of organization ideas

  • Sheena McMurdie

    Delightful Order: Children's Homework Message Center

  • Denise Kisthardt

    Organizational "command center" for the home. Divided into sections with pretty paper and made dry erase by framing under glass.

  • Jennifer Hickman

    best weekly organizer I've seen for kids or family. photo in top left corner...the glass of frame makes for write & wipe ease each week! could be schedule AND meals.

  • Genevieve

    I designed the 16 x 20 Child Message Center PRINTS and framed them in $3.00 frames from Craft Warehouse and use them as a dry erase boards writing directly on the glass with my dry or wet erase marker. $35.00 at her Etsy shop.

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The 3 frames came from Craft Warehouse (on sale.) took the glass out of the frames underneath. bought a couple of white erase board sheets (they are the peel-n-stick kind) also from Craft Warehouse, cut them down to size, & attached it to the cardboard that was behind the glass. did this to both of the bottom sections. hot-glued buttons to plain magnets to make my magnets a little cuter.

i love you because... - - an erasable love note to use over and over. So sweet!

AT THE PARK'S: Picture Frame Dry Erase Board

Message Center - paint the back of a piece of glass to make a colorful dry-erase board. Great for pictionary and other score keeping games!!

Dry Erase Calendar Message Board

DIY Dry Erase Board - Get a frame, and put decorative paper in it. Then just write on the glass :)

A combination of pegboards, chalkboards, and magent boards add extra storage to this built-in desk. See more ways to store more:

Cute organization idea.. Paper in picture frames and use a dry erase! I especially like the daily/weekly/monthly cleaning list that you check off!

I'm going to create a frame like this for our hallway!

new art room revolving gallery idea -For those of you who have experience with kids, you know they create a lot of art. To display some of her kids' art, I suggested she create a rotating art gallery on a wall in the Homework/Art Area. This can be done by purchasing some frames at a thrift store, spray painting the frames, removing the glass and replacing it with corkboard.