I saw this project on Michelle's blog at Sweet Something Design and knew I had to try it. It's functional, easy to make, and really cute. Perfect combo.
All you need is a frame, spray adhesive, fabric of your choice, and a dry erase pen.
I had this old frame in my stash. It doesn't have a hanger on the back, but that's OK. I'll just prop it up in the kitchen. I took out the carboard and sprayed it with adhesive.
Then I took my cheap-o ($.70) fabric and laid it on the cardboard and tucked the edges around back.
Then I put the frame back together, and voila, a dry erase frame.
Our Dia del Muerto guy really adds to it, doesn't it?
You can just write on the glass with a dry erase pen (I got 3 for $1 at the Dollar Store) and wipe it off. Super easy!
And here's my helper. I believe this project took 7 minutes, and that included washing the spray adhesive off my hands. I did this entire project while stirring supper and calling out spelling words.
And, I am not sure you need fabric - why not just scrapbook paper cut to size? I like this look for the fall. Maybe I'll go with a red or green in December.
Love an easy project! Now if I can just get myself together to have an organized supper for the family every night!
I'm linking up!