DRY ERASE BOARD
* picture frame
* paper big enough to fit inside frame
( you could also use material.
I am using a piece of wrapping paper)
* Dry erase marker
1. Begin with a picture frame. New or used frame with glass not
plasitic. (dry erase marker doesn’t come off plastic very well)
2. After taking frame apart, cut paper to fit matte board. Then cover one side of board and tape down to hold paper in place
( If your paper has a busy pattern, you may want to cut a solid color and tape it where you will be writing most. Otherwise, it will be difficult to read.)
3. Put frame back together and start writing.