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My all time favorite creation yet!!!
I needed a smaller dry erase board to go on my desk, but i wanted something very pretty to match my sense of style. Unfortunately, my wants and needs couldn't be met without price, so I decided to take matters into my own hands and this is what I came up with.

Posted by Chun L. from Highlands, Texas, United States • Published See Chun L.'s 4 projects »
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  • How to make a whiteboard. Girly Dry Erase Board - Step 1
    Step 1

    I started with a cheep frame from Walmart, and a light pink floral patterned scrap-booking paper. I measured out the size that I needed the paper, and cut it.

  • How to make a whiteboard. Girly Dry Erase Board - Step 2
    Step 2

    I also decided that I didn't like the gold trim in the middle. So, I took some Zebra print ribbon and measured 4 pieces to the size of the gold trim.

  • How to make a whiteboard. Girly Dry Erase Board - Step 3
    Step 3

    Since the gold trim is kinda triangled in the corners, I cut it to match also.

  • How to make a whiteboard. Girly Dry Erase Board - Step 4
    Step 4

    I took the glass and paper out for this part, because it was easier to get to the ribbon without getting glue on the glass. I started to glue the edges on to the frame. I had to do the top first then let it sit for 30 minutes so that they could dry. The ribbon wasn't flexible enough to glue both at once.

  • How to make a whiteboard. Girly Dry Erase Board - Step 5
    Step 5

    After folding all the ribbon down and gluing, I decorated the frame a bit more. I love sparkly diamonds! After it drys add the paper and glass back.

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Flea.Betterthanatick
Flea.Betterthanatick · Putnam, Connecticut, US
OH SO NEAT!
I was wanting a "memo" board (Chalk, Cork, Dry Erase) for my husband to use while I am away and he has the baby! This is fantastic cause I can create this to match her nursery!

FANTASTIC FANTASTIC!!
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Chun L.
Chun L. · Highlands, Texas, US · 4 projects
Thx.
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Lacey C.
Lacey C.
So clever! Love it!!
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