the best dry erase board EVER

No plans should ever be cast in stone. Certainly not your to-do list. Or that phone message to your roommate – he never does his own dishes anyway. And the “Notes” app on your iPhone? pfffft, you dropped that in the toilet last week. No worries – that’s what dry erase boards are for. But any dry erase board you find at Target or Staples is gonna be BOR-ring. Time to whip up one of your own, old school-style!

We’ve been using this same idea to keep ourselves organized in our stores, but when we saw that Make & Takes had posted an easy to follow how-to we thought we’d share it. All you need is a frame with glass on the front (not plexiglass or plastic), your background of choice, a dry erase marker, and you’re ready to outline your daily schedule for the rest of the year. We like how they added vinyl lettering for the permanent items that won’t change. Here’s a good example

All the items I need to frame
dry erase board
Amy’s class photo
Bruin’s jersey
awesome photo from last year’s calendar
my college diploma

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