Hi guys! This week has been super hectic for me, with numerous trips to the doctor with sick kids (my oldest one has spots, even... viruses. Sigh..) So I have a quick and easy project! I'm a little obsessed with calendars, and keeping track of dates. It makes life so much easier when I can just look at my notebook and see what's going on that week. The rest of my family, however, isn't so schedule-oriented. So, to help, I decided to make this neat little dry erase set of frames! This took me a little over an hour to do, and cost me less than $10 total.
For this project, you'll need:
Scrapbooking paper (for each frame)
And that's it! I went to my local dollar store for the frames. Can't beat a dollar a piece. They aren't the highest quality, but they surely do the job! The stickers and paper I had in my scrapbook box. I absolutely always check out the clearance section when I go to my hobby stores. Their sticker packs I find there may be missing a few letters here and there, but the price reduction is well worth a missing sticker.
To begin, take apart your frames. You can keep the glass in the front of the frame, you don't need to remove that. Simply take the back of your frame, and trace it on to your scrapbook paper. Then cut it out! It should fit perfectly into your frame. Double check before adding stickers!
Once you're sure the paper fits, spell out a day of the week on your paper with the stickers. Remember when you do this, there is a lip on the frame that will cover part of your paper, so don't put the stickers directly in the corners or they will be covered up a bit!
Put the paper into your frame, close it up and voila! You're done! Now just to repeat it six more times with the other days of the week!
The twins had a blast with this one. They didn't get to help much, but they thought they were (which was adorable and made them happy!)
Once you finish all of your frames, hang them up! You can use any old dry erase marker on the glass, it will wipe right off. You can also use ribbon, decorative stickers, or anything else that will fit under the frame to decorate these and make them super cute!
I'm working on a few stuffy patterns, so those will be up soon! Happy crafting!