So Chic Dry Erase Board

Hey guys! I hope you all had a great Monday!  I managed to get a fun project done I have been promising my girls for sometime.  They memorize a Bible verse each week and I told them I would make a fun board to display in their room to help them remember the verses.  I am really pleased with the outcome and I now want one for me.
Here is how I did it…
I started by purchasing this framed art from Michael’s for $14.99.
I removed the insides of the frame and the glass.
Spray paint time!! I used a pink for this frame since it is for my girlie’s room.  This one took 2-3 coats.
Now I was ready for my next step.  This is really similar to a couple of other projects I have done.  I just used burlap to cover the cardboard art that came in the frame.  You can also use a fun fabric or wrapping paper.  I had burlap on hand and love it on lots of things:)  I replaced my glass first and then I used my Gorilla Tape to put the cardboard back in place and hold everything together.  Yes, the back looks quite shanty but nobody sees that!
And the whole backside…
I distressed my edges just a tiny bit.
I bought a dry erase marker and finished the job.
I put it up on the girls’ wall and got a few action shots.
The very best part… I have 2 very satisfied customers… in their pj’s :) !
Thanks for stopping by!! Hope you guys have a great week!!
~Whitney
 

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  • The R

    Love it! Planning to add this as our "special" board for this season's craft shows! Can't wait!

  • this blessed nest

    you are too cool for school!

    love it! i heart the pink distressed frame – too!

  • Kammy

    Cute, cute , cute !
    Kammy

  • alittlemoore

    I really love this idea and it's purpose! My little one is learning how to read and I think this is will be a great incentive to her in helping to learn her verses!

  • The Toll House Cookie

    This is great!!! I'd like to use this idea in my kitchen!!!

  • Anna See

    adorable memo board and cutie pie girls!

  • Rebecca D

    Such a neat idea… I need to try this!

  • Melanie

    Fabulous job!!!! I had this project on my "to-do" list! Can't wait to get to it now seeing this one!

  • [email protected]

    Another great idea! I can't keep up with them all. I wish you'd join my link party at childmade.com.

  • Amy

    Fabulous idea. Thanks for sharing.

  • Jessi

    What a fabulous idea! And another great way to use burlap, which I love. Thanks for sharing!

  • Denise

    This is so cute. You have added more to my to do list this weekend!
    Stop by Goodwill for frame
    Make dry erase board

  • Heather@ theherberfamily.blogspot.com

    Cute idea, but I think I'll look at Goodwill first for a base- it's more frugal for me!

    Please feel free to stop by the Talented Tuesday at My Frugal Family link party, and add your weekly craft links!

    It's found at theherberfamily.blogspot.com

  • Tales From My Empty Nest

    Such a cute idea. Love the burlap. I want to make one now too! Love & blessings from NC!

  • AnneLoyd

    Such a good idea! I think I have some frames floating around that would work for this! Thanks for another great inspiring project!

  • Tiffany

    LOVE it! Nothing as good as 4 thumbs up!!!

  • ~ RM

    Great job! (And your two girlies are so cute!! They look just like you!) ;) Love that color pink~ undoubtedly Rustoleum, but what color? That color would go perfect in my kiddo's room!

  • Julie Johnson

    Cute cute idea! I think I'm heading down to my studio to look for a frame! Thank you for helping me along with my kitchen remodel! :)
    julie

  • Denissa

    That is awesome! Love it, need to do a boy one for my monkeys! :)

  • Rustique Gallery

    Whitney, this is such a great idea! and you did a nice job. I'd never have thought that glass would be dry-erase, but it makes perfect sense.
    Sherry

  • Rustique Gallery

    Whitney, this is such a great idea! and you did a nice job. I'd never have thought that glass would be dry-erase, but it makes perfect sense.
    Sherry

  • [email protected]

    this is adorable! i love the pink and the burlap together!!

  • One Cheap B*tch

    Adorable! Not as adorable as those two precious girls though! =)

  • bec4

    Very cute and the thumbs up picture is precious!

  • The P in PJs til Noon

    Fabulous! My daughters have both been asking for a message board…I love it!!!

  • Sylvia

    Your girls are beautiful and so is your idea.

    Have to say that I love all your ideas and copied the recipe holder you made recently. Will post later on my blog and will definately give you credit for the idea (I hope I can make you proud).

    Hop your to my blog and check out my GIVEAWAY.
    Sylvia

  • Tina

    Hi :) That is a brilliant way of using some lovely fabric without it getting ruined too! It looks fantastic and such a clever idea. Have a lovely day – Tina.

  • alittlefrenchloven

    Very cute idea! Love it, so much cleaner than chalk.
    Michelle

  • Blondie’s Journal

    Great idea and your girls are SO cute, Whitney!!

    xoxo
    Jane

  • PBL

    What an awesome idea! I'll have to try that.

  • 3LittleByrds

    Whitney, what a cute idea to help them remember the verses. I'll have to remember this. I left you a email also.

  • ♥Amber Filkins♥

    SUPER cute!! I've been wanting to do a wall calendar using that SAME idea! Yours looks great!