Paint chips + poster frame = dry erase calendar!

paint chips book marks

Make a dry erase board out of anything framed with a plastic or glass cover. That means, you can create this awesome dry erase calendar with paint chip samples. Totally cheap and totally chic!

Paint swatches framed behind glass to make a dry-erase calendar. I would make a weekly calendar and use a different color for each family member. You could even mark your recurring commitments (dance lessons, work schedule, etc) under the glass so that you don't have to re-write them every week. It would be easy to swap them out if something changes.

Paint Chips + Frame + Dry Erase Marker = Instant Calendar

Old frames for chalkboards or dry erase...cute for kitchen.

1. paint chips from like home depot 2. a large picture frame 3. dry erase markers dry erase board calender :)

Another pinner wrote" This is actually the best DIY art I've seen. Look out, Home Depot - I'm coming to take some paint chips! KTB maybe this is how you get the artwork you've been searching for?!

I LOVE IT! DIY: dry erase burlap calendar

I like this for under the kitchen sink - a coffee can. Smart.

paint chips + hole punch + glue - pictures - baby shower gift

This Week and Next Week Boards a week at a glance dry erase boards using Ribba frames from Ikea and pieces of scrapbook paper.

Birthday Reminder Calendar - could so make this!

Chalkboard Weekly Calendar

Yes!! I LOVE this! Probably the BEST thing I've done from pinterest so far. I got the frame at Wal-Mart for $12 and already had the scrapbook paper on hand and a dry erase marker. A friend of mine has a cricut so I'm going to ask her to do the day of the week labels for me and instead of "Our Week" it says "Anderson Family". That way if I ever decide to stop putting what's for dinner, it can be a weekly calendar, to do list, etc.

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candlestick photo frames. love this idea!