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By Ci Ci from Yakima, WA
Use an old cupboard door for a kitchen accent.
Total Time: 1 hour
You can make a dry erase count down tile to mark any upcoming event, such as a birthday. This is a guide about making dry erase count down tile.
I put kind of a message "SuperBoard" up on mine. I have my favorite magnets, a calendar, markers, a write-on/wipe-off board, a mirror, cute photos, and more.
I make notes on both the write-on and the calendar, keeping it pretty much at eye level. I rarely forget things now, as I either set them in front of the door at night, or put up a sign that says "take..." and don't have to waste tape. You can put permission slips, school menus and schedules, Dr. appts., car repair, and even coupons for food or entertainment.
I made a pen holder, the little short ones you can get at the dollar tree of big lots, and put them opposite ends alternating, in one of the sewing kit boxes from the dollar tree, and superglued a very powerful magnet on the back.
Just get in the habit of looking on the door each night and each morning, and it will be as handy as mine has been. I hope this helps!
By Sandra from Salem, OR
A message board that let's you communicate expectations or chore duties to your teenage kids, even if you are not at home, can be very helpful. This is a guide about making a DIY message board for your kids.
This is a darling little message board. Duct tape comes in so many cute colors now. This little message board is a series of strips of duct tape put into a square on the wall. This covers up an imperfection in our pine paneling.
This guide contains homemade magnetic bulletin board. A useful project to help keep yourself or someone else organized.