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calendar: paint samples under a picture frame - use a dry erase marker on the glass. So neat!

DIY calendar: paint samples under a picture frame - use a dry erase marker on the glass.if I also made this for school, I could change the paint chips for the pattern part of calendar time?

Amazing 10 Wonderful Diy Calendar Ideas

Amazing 10 Wonderful Diy Calendar Ideas

BRILLIANT Calendar made with scrapbook paper and an x picture frame. Use sharpie for the dry erase marker and use rubbing alcohol at the end of the month to remove the sharpie. So many different options :)

Use paint chips and a photo frame to create this awesome calendar that will help you stay organized.  Source: Cheltenham Road

Paint Chip Calendar

Paint chips + poster frame = dry erase calendar to post students' assignments on! ***Warning*** The poster frame must be made of glass for the dry erase markers to write on it. Not as cost saving as it appears. Large glass frame do not come cheap.

Interesting way to use frames  #home

Frame from walmart. Designed each frame with scrapbook supplies, then use dry erase marker on the glass. Frame from walmart. Designed each frame with scrapbook supplies, then use dry erase marker on the glass.

Create a dry erase board. This is one of those "why didn't I think of that??" diy project.

DIY- dry erase board calendar Cazier--we can make our own calendars, and they can be cute! Not sure about the big cutesy fabric letter though.

Cute heart paint swatch punches

DIY Hearts Shaped Paint Chip Art - Awesome Idea for scrapbooking too! No more paint sample papers left!

This is a paint chip calendar. Put it in a frame and you'd have a dry erase calendar to use all year!!

Home craft DIY Paint chips behind a frame = dry erase calendar. I love the picture frame turn into dry erase board ideas!

Loving this DIY Calendar... it's just paint chips in a glass frame with erase pens ♥

Paint Chip Dry Erase Calendar The use of paint chips in DIY projects is currently a hot trend! Here is a post teaching you how to create your own personalized calendar using a picture frame and paint chips. Totally making this!

I'm always looking for money saving short cuts. Love this idea.  Dry erase paint chip calendar under glass

GIFT for a MOM. Dry Erase Calender made with a picture frame, paint chips, and scrapbook paper. I soooo need to make this bc I am ocd about when stuff is due and need to see it written!

Great idea! With grease pencils, or dry erase markers, writing events on the glass is quick and easy to clean off for next week… The CrEaTiVe CraTe: Weekly Calendars! great gift idea @ Home DIY Remodeling

DIY Weekly dry-erase board using a collage frame found at Walmart! Print days of week onto pretty paper, and put a different day into each section (behind glass). Write on glass with dry-erase markers.

how to transfer photos onto wood.. Did not realize it was that easy!.

GIFT IDEA: Photo on Wood. Shows how Gel Medium can put photos on untreated wood. Website gives steps to make.

How to create a piece of wall art using toilet paper rolls and spray paint! #ecofriendly #cheap

How to create a piece of wall art using toilet paper rolls and spray paint! this takes a CRAP load of toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls. i had people collecting them for me!

Portefólio de ideias: Organização

DIY Cereal Box Storage Rack -- try using smaller boxes as well for smaller items. irenesue DIY Cereal Box Storage Rack -- try using smaller boxes as well for smaller items. DIY Cereal Box Storage Rack -- try using smaller boxes as well for smaller items.

Organization - Ultimate Meal-planning

100 days of meals with recipes and grocery lists attached! RobbyGurl's Creations: Menu Board Package D: The Original Menu Board (Assembled) WITH CyberSpecialties Digital Recipe Compilation Book

Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 adhere picture/paper to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom.

Make your own coasters- tiles, adhere picture/paper to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom. Doesn't have to be beer coaster either!

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