DIY Dry Erase Board for Your Fridge5:02 PM
Today, I want to show you how I made my dry erase calendar/to-do board. It's super simple and easy to do. I think that from start to finish, it only took me about 15 minutes to make and I already had the items I need on hand so it cost me absolutely nothing extra to make! It can't get better than that, right?
Here is what you'll need:
- 8"x10" Picture Frame
- Craft Glue
- Magnets (I used a magnet sheet.)
- Scrapbook Paper
Start with a picture frame of your choice. I opted to use an 8"x10" frame because it works best for me.
If your frame has an easel on the back, remove it. You can do this by twisting gently to loosen the grommets.
Size your scrapbook paper to the back of the frame and cut with scissors.
Do the same for the calendar page if you're opting to use this instead.
Cut and size magnets to your frame and adhere them with craft glue. Remove excess glue that oozes out.
Placing a larger piece of magnet on the back of the frame will allow a sturdier hold to your refrigerator.
This is the finished look with the calendar option.
This is the look with the scrapbook paper option.
I love both of these options. They both suit the color scheme of my kitchen well. I do recommend that if you're not interested in switching out the calendar monthly, the blank scrapbook paper would be the better choice.
Do you have your own command center or DIY dry erase board? What works best for you?