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A dry erase calendar that is way prettier than the boring white ones you can buy

Posted by Lucy Lou from Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States • Published
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  • How to make a calendar. Dry Erase Calendar - Step 1
    Step 1

    Find a frame that you like. Mine was actually a mirror from Habitat for Humanity Restore for $25. I took the mirror out a reused it in another project. I replaced the mirror with glass. The frame MUST have glass, or it won't be dry erasable.

  • How to make a calendar. Dry Erase Calendar - Step 2
    Step 2

    Use scrapbook paper, wrapping paper, photos, whatever background you want for your calendar. Print out a blank calendar (legal size works nicely). I used Excel to make mine, but Google search can also find one for printing.

  • How to make a calendar. Dry Erase Calendar - Step 3
    Step 3

    Layout your design and glue the pieces into one piece.

  • How to make a calendar. Dry Erase Calendar - Step 4
    Step 4

    Put your calendar back in the frame and you're ready to go!

  • How to make a calendar. Dry Erase Calendar - Step 5
    Step 5

    I added some cork for pinning stuff. Because of the glass, you can use dry erase markers just like you would on a whiteboard. They come off just as easy as you are use to.

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eden a.
eden a.
This is a great idea! I'm redecorating my room and was planning on buying a dry erase board but this is so much better, especially since you can customize it.
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emily b.
emily b. · 1 project
This is so cute! I love it, and I love the cork panels on the side. Something like this would look super cute over my desk.
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Michaela K.
Michaela K. · San Luis Obispo, California, US · 1 project
Brilliant and gorgeous.
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