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DIY paint chip calendar

DIY dry-erase calendar: Find a frame from the dollar store, use paint swatches for the background colors, and lay out a calendar format. Then use dry erase marker on the glass.

invest once in a frame with nice(r) glass-type material... change the text / background any time to match your new decor. Such a great idea.

Easy Wipe Off Weekly Menu Board

Make a wipe-off weekly menu board in your room with a picture frame and your favorite scrapbook paper. To change the look for the season or to match your new room decor, simply just change the scrapbook paper.

It's like having the gold Apple Watch...except it's a wall decal calendar. Become the envy of the office with this adhesive and removable organization master. Dry Erase Calendar! We know things change

Dry Erase Calendar Decal in Gold

Leave loving messages or jot down quick memos on this dry-erase wall decal, featuring a shimmering gold finish.

Very neat: DIY Paint Chip Calendar

Diy paint chip calendar Acrylic frame enables you to write on the frame with dry erase marker. Love the color codes for each day of the week.

Although September doesn't mean "back to school" for me anymore, there is still something about the month that makes me want to buy brand n...

Although September doesn't mean "back to school" for me anymore, there is still something about the month that makes me want to buy brand n...

Much like perfect lighting, color can make or break your mood. If hues of blue and green relax you, we suggest creating a dry erase board using Pantone chips from your local paint store. It's harder to get stressed out by all the things you need to do when your noticeboard evokes tranquility.

10 Stylish Ways to Make a List

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Melted Crayon Spring Bouquet

Ben Franklin Crafts & Frame Shop, Monroe, WA: How to: Melted Crayon Spring Bouquet - this is a bit different than the crayola art project I posted earlier. Cute idea - sort of takes it up a notch.

Paint the back of a glass and use it as a dry erase board.

Message Center - paint the back of a piece of glass to make a colorful dry-erase board. This is exactly what I wanted to do with my window frame! But it's just a frame, there's no glass :( Not sure where to find glass or plexiglass to fill it with

Mom pinner, Alex Evjen shares how to personalize your student’s perfect crash pad: “Make any dorm room feel like home with this creative & easy DIY headboard. It’s an inexpensive design idea that only takes minutes to create and makes a huge impact. Easily swap out the tapestry with a different color scheme or print at any time.” This pin was made by Moms, for Moms to make sending any student off to college easy, thanks to the On to College Motherboard.

Mom pinner, Alex Evjen shares how to personalize your student’s perfect crash pad: “Make any dorm room feel like home with this creative & easy DIY headboard. It’s an inexpensive design idea that only takes minutes to create and makes a huge impact. Easily swap out the tapestry with a different color scheme or print at any time.” This pin was made by Moms, for Moms to make sending any student off to college easy, thanks to the On to College Motherboard.

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