Picture Frame Dry Erase Board

It's another Made It Monday...my favorite day to blog post at that! :)  I am linking up with 4th Grade Frolics to share what we have been making over the past week.  I would like to share a simple way to make a decorative dry erase board for your desk, wall, or any good place that you need to have a spot for notes.  I am queen of having post-it notes all over the room, and then trying to find where I put them!  I am going to keep this picture frame on my desk so I can keep quick notes near me while I am working!


I found a frame at the Dollar Store (make sure it has glass or plastic that you can write on), some scrapbook paper, and I printed my name with an owl graphic on white paper.  I cut the scrapbook paper the size of the frame, then added a white sheet of paper on top to make sure that I could see my notes.  


One of my best friends was working at my school with me for the past two years.  I love hear dearly, but she got a different job that will allow her to reach some of her goals for this next year ;).  I made her one too for her desk so she will think of me daily and remember how much she misses me because I love her and will miss her so much!


When you write on the glass of the picture frame with a dry erase maker, you can erase it easily!  This project cost me $2:  $1 for the frame and $1 for the scrapbook paper!  I think I am going to make these for my teaching team (if you are reading this, please act surprised the first day of school! :)


The first 3 people to comment with their email address, I can send you a personalized owl sheet with your name on it if you want! :)

Hop over to 4th Grade Frolics to see all of the other goodies for Made It Monday!




12 comments

  1. Super cute! I would love one that says Mrs. Sherman girlforgod27@aol.com

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  2. Is it possible to get the bee one? I would love to have one with "Ms. Vaughn"!
    elrfv@yahoo.com

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  3. Lovely Idea! From Mrs. Fernández.

    siobbhain@gmail.com

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  5. so cute and missed it by one...

    Marianne B
    mabteacher1@gmail.com

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  6. You can also add a piece of velcro (top, bottom or side) and attach the other corresponding piece of velcro to your dry erase pen, so it will always be handy!

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  7. Aww! I got a shout out!! Love you and will miss you dearly!!!!

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