Find an old frame that is 5" x 7" (and use black marker to color in that chip in the upper right hand corner). Remove the glass.
All you do is pop in the aluminum piece and you are done. Ok, this is the fastest TTT yet! What is it you say?...
Well, it's a mini dry erase board of course.
Perfect for next to your desk, on your kitchen counter, on the little table in your foyer on the way out the door, in your child's locker at school, wherever you need a little reminder or want to leave a little love note for someone.
Shopping lists...3 essentials for a New England snow storm!! This is a local joke, but when it snows here, the stores sell out of all milk and bread...it's crazy. The last one (fabric) is my essential.
You just need a dry erase marker. If you don't use a dry erase marker...the list you made will be permanent!!
Here's another quick tip that I just came up with after using my index finger as the eraser (don't do that). I had a bunch of black pom poms, so I hot glued one to the end of the dry erase marker to clean the board.
If I put eyes on that thing it could be a Muppet character. Wouldn't it be cute to match the frame, marker and pom pom to the room you are using this in.
I'm also thinking a larger frame with a mat that has a 5" x 7" opening. You could cover the mat in fabric to match your decor. If it wasn't 11:55 pm Monday night I would make one to show you. I'll add that to my Wednesday Day Off "to do" List.
Have a great Tuesday and go dig through you old frames. Don't forget my give away. If you haven't enter, please leave a comment on the Blogiversary Give Away post below. I'll pick the winner tomorrow (Wednesday)
Here's an update for the dry erase board
I've linked this post to CSI's Hardware Store Challenge