It's Spring Break in my household. Spring Break means you have all the time in the world to make stuff, lounge around, surf Pinterest, whatever.
Or at least that's what I thought it meant -- until I found myself floundering for a project to share with you.
Now, I have lots of projects in the works; they just take time. (More time than I realized.) So this week I'm bringing you the easiest DIY ever.
What's great about this project is that it's extremely useful. Everyone can use a nice looking dry erase board, right?
There are no downsides to it. It's inexpensive and all of the supplies can be found in one place. I bought mine at Michaels. You need only three things:
1. A 12 x 12 frame. Those made for records are perfect!
2. A 12 x 12 piece of patterned paper. The possibilities here are endless.
3. A dry erase marker.
The hardest part is figuring out exactly what to use it for. I had several ideas: As a menu board - as found in the original pin, as a place to write my work schedule, or for keeping a grocery list. I jot notes to myself - "take vitamins," "go for a walk."
How will you use yours?