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Framed Dry Erase Board

Make and Takes blog has a post with a gorgeous wipe off weekly menu board, and I just had to make one for myself using my kitchen colors. The best part is that it was incredibly easy and inexpensive!

Here is what you need:

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A picture frame (I used an 11×14)
Scrap of pretty material or scrapbook paper
Frame stand (unless you want to hang it on the wall)
Tape (I used packing tape) or craft glue

Take the cardboard insert out of the frame and wrap your fabric around it.

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Make sure you do it nice and unevenly like I did, and secure with tape.

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Put the insert back in the frame, set it on your stand or hang on the wall, and voila!

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I apologize for the pictures, as it was difficult to get a picture without a glare on the glass.

You are all set to write on it with a dry erase marker.

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Use it for a menu board, to do list, phone messages, phone numbers, love notes, chores for the kids…

Make and Takes used vinyl letters for the days of the week on her menu board, and hung it on the wall which is of course a great option.

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I made a smaller one to hang on the side of my kitchen cabinet.
It’s such a versatile craft that you could match it to any room in your home.

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This one made with scrapbook paper is cute for my daughter’s room.
Blessings,

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