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    • Mary Bird-Lowry

      This is a good idea for my Minds in Motion wrestling mat. Doodle Duvet Cover - These are actually fabric but someone suggested that you could make them out of shower curtain liners and students could write on them with dry erase markers. I would take it one step further and write on the inside of a clear shower curtain and let students use outside to write on.


      The Doodle Duvet is a great gift for kids who smuggle magic markers into bed to draw their ultimate masterpiece (on a pillow), and for adults who get the most brilliant ideas at night (but are too lazy to grab a piece of paper). With wash-out colour pens. Luckily enough, since you ‘ll just use this to draw gigantic boobs or write embarrassing love messages. #doodle #duvet #bed #sheets #drawing #colour #pens #pencils #gifts #giftguide #wishlist #kids #creative #creativekids #wash-out #artwork

    • Amanda Niebel

      Use shower curtain liner, permanent markers.. and then kids write with dry/wet erase markers. *Link is for a blanket but the idea of shower curtain sounds good*

    • Elizabeth Conaty

      Use shower curtain liner, permanent markers.. and then kids write with dry/wet erase markers. What?? How cool is this! Stuff it and make a GIANT PILLOW!!

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