Apr 24, 2012

Make Your Own Whiteboard For WASHABLE Markers – {Tuesday’s Do-It-Yourself Idea From Pinterest!}

Apr
24
2012
Tuesday

Okay okay, so I say this a lot… but this idea is just pure GENIUS!! I love dry erase boards, but I hate the mess that ends up on the kids (and on everything else)! And sure they make washable dry-erase markers but they are just so dang expensive and always ALWAYS dry-erase markers end up getting lost (almost always withOUT the tops) at our house.

So using washable regular markers?? That’s PERFECT for us!!

To see all of the instructions on how to make this, head over to Creatively Content!

Be sure to also click on the picture above from Pinterest so that you can repin it to one of your boards!

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Comments

  1. Lauren Johnson says:

    I can usually find some decent dry erase markers at the dollar tree and dollar stores!3-5 in a pack even!

  2. Vickie Kelly says:

    I buy white boards in the dollar bin at target around back to school, and dollar tree always has multi packs of white board markers- decent ones that last longer than my expensive expo markers!!

  3. Cindy Bird says:

    Any dry erase board works well with washable markers. That is what we’ve used ever since my daughter ruined clothes at a friend’s house.

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