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5 Minute Dry Erase Board

Blossom Lady
Feb 22, 2021 11:07 AM

Love easy crafts that also help you get organized? Then this DIY memo menu board is for you. With wipe off glass for writing in this week’s menu, my kids love that I made this for our kitchen. Take your meal planning up a notch and let everyone know what you are serving for dinner. Here’s your weekend project idea that is creative, fun to make and super easy. What more could you ask for in a DIY craft?

These DIY whiteboards are ridiculously easy. So easy that it makes me think “Doh! Why didn’t I think of that sooner?!” You can make two or three or even more of them in less than five minutes. And best of all, it couldn’t possibly be any cheaper! I bought my frames from the dollar store, and I already had the fancy paper at home, so each whiteboard cost less than $5 when you include the dry-erase markers. Five minutes and five dollars. That’s my kind of project! You can use these DIY whiteboards for little notes. Like when you need to let your family know you’ve run to the store, and you’ll be right back. Or when you have to write down a phone number or the date of an appointment. Or my personal favorite, you can use it as a menu planning board (you’ll find a free printable template for that one in the article!).

This is all you need:

  • One frame from the dollar store (Mine were for 8″ x 10″ photos)
  • One piece of fancy scrapbook paper
  • Dry-erase markers
5 Minute Dry Erase Board
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