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Monday, August 17, 2009

Dry Erase Board....

Happy Monday,
I have a dry erase board for you this morning. I've made several of these since January. This message board is for my oldest niece, Megan. She's a junior at University of Kentucky. Both years she lived in the dorm, I had altered clipboards for her to hang on the outside of her door for notes. Since she's moving into an apartment this year, I thought I'd alter a picture frame for her. These are really easy. Pick up a frame you like, I prefer this one from the dollar store. It's cheap and has that wide wooden frame that allows for embellishing. Cut your background paper to fit (mine is a 5 X 7 frame), you can add stickers to the paper or whatever you want, then add embellies to the frame. Just pick up a dry erase marker to write on the glass with and, ta da, a decorative message board! I hope you're having a terrific Monday!
Recipe
All paper - Bo Bunny
felt- Fancy Pants
bling- Kaiser
flowers and brads- stash
stamps- CTMH
Alphalicious - Cricut
Blessings,

11 comments:

  1. I keep meaning to try one of these, but never get around to it!

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  2. You are so good Kim at altered items...this is fabulous! What a great gift for the college or back to school child!!

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  3. What a great idea! Love the look:)

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  4. This is fabulous! I have yet to make one and I so love them!

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  5. This is great Kim!! I'm hoping to make a few of these for my upcoming craft fair - - you have given me some ideas!!

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  6. I really love this idea, I am always looking for quick inexpensive crafts to do at my house for small workshops.

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  7. Kim, I love this idea! It's a perfect gift for Megan! So pretty!

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  8. Very clever idea! Thanks! This looks fantastic!!

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  9. Clever and inexpensive! My two favorite qualities! Love it Kim!

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  10. Such talent you have my friend! I bet your neice totally loved this!!! What a good aunt you are!!!

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