What You Will Need For This Project:
• Some sort of frame, the size depends on what you want to put in it
• Dry Erase Markers (Not to make it, but to use it!)
• Scrapbook paper
• Scotch Tape
• Either your own, or printed off copies of my weekly to dos, grocery list, and cleaning checklist
So I have been seeing people use papers out of their family binders (I am currently in the process of making one, but I don't want to do a tutorial until it is complete and put to use) on a weekly basis. Each week they'll print out a new grocery list, or a new weekly calendar, but I haven't seen anyone actually find a way to reuse these papers so they can save paper and ink. Until... duhn duhn da daaah: my weekly dry erase board.
This started off as a cheap frame that I had lying around with old photos in it, so all I did was take the pictures out and I had my starting point.
After I had this, I began by picking out the scrapbook paper I wanted to use. It took me three sheets of the larger sizes scrapbook paper. I had two decorative ones, and then I cut a plain colored one in half to make it all fit.
Then, taking your handy-dandy scotch tape, you tape the pieces of paper onto your surface. (I taped mine directly onto the cardboard, which I completely regret doing because I accidentally taped it upside down. ::Facepalm::)
free printables post yet? It includes the papers I used in this project like the weekly outlook, the grocery list, and the cleaning schedule.
After printing them out and setting them on the board, I realized the computer paper was too thin, because the colors of the scrapbook paper were showing through, so all I did was tape another blank white sheet underneath to keep it looking crisp and white.
Happy Crafting! ♥ Jess
I Linked This Post To: Tatertots & Jello Weekend Wrap-Up Party and Family Ever After.