OrganizeTutorials. September 13th, 2022

Dry erase list frame

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How important is a dry erase list frame? Or just anything (can be a paper) you can use as a reminder.
Have you ever challenged yourself to remember everything you need from a grocery store? Just because you think you can not remember? Well I have!
And still I forget many times. So, I decided to develop a new habit to list everything.
For long I have been using paper to make my list. But I realized it would be wonderful to have a environmental friendly option of listing items. And I came up with this inexpensive and quick way.

Dry erase list frame

dry erase list frame
You write on it and remove it with a damp cloth. Easy as a pie!
And you can reuse it every time to make a new list.
Do you remember the message board, I made to organize everything.
A simple weekly schedule system to keep things on track.
DIY dry erase list frame

Make a cute dry erase list frame

Let’s get started:
I had this frame with golden outline, that I wanted to get rid off but then I found a use for it.
 Firstly, I removed the frame and painted it using white acrylic paint.
Then I gave the frame two coats to hide the golden lining completely.
Since, I was going to list my grocery items on this frame. I thought of giving it some cool produce look
I drew and cut produce items from the foam sheets.
 Simply, arrange and glue them on a piece of foam.
Then glue the piece onto the frame.
You may also like my decoupage file organizer.
 Use a paper punch to cut some circles out of foam and glue them on to the frame.
 Almost done!
 I love this scrap paper collection at Michaels.
You will find me using these papers in most of my projects.
 I chose this paper with lines that matches my frame.
Place the paper in the frame.
And enjoy listing and remembering grocery items on time.
 I used Velcro sticky back to stick my pen at the back of the frame.
 Till next week.
Stay organized!

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  1. Liquid Roof says:

    These shopping list frames are really so beautiful their color combination is also really attractive.

  2. CREATIVE MIND says:

    I love reading your blog..& this post is it..
    You like many comments..okkkk..wait a moment..i will comment some more on your previous posts..i hope you will enjoy & your day will be great with these 🙂
    Lots of Love


  3. Mahdiya says:

    love your ideas and ideas…and tutorials…:).. stay blessed..:)

  4. rubaba says:

    i'v often enjoyed reading yr blogs Hani. Thanks for sharing yr ideas with us. Can u plz share what type of paper should be used , and what type of pen/pencil we should use,that can be erased with a damp cloth?
    This is such a useful project, which i think EVERY housewife needs!

  5. Emily @SweetlyScrapped says:

    This is so adorable! I have an ugly dry erase board, so what your project has inspired me to do was to put it in a frame, without the glass 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  6. Kassi @ Truly Lovely says:

    This is such a GREAT idea!!! Love the little veggies you added to the corners! 🙂

  7. Sally @ Dont Wake the Kids says:

    Love it! You are very talented. That would make awesome gifts. I love that you share these ideas with us. Keep them coming.

  8. What a cute project and your explanations on how to do it make it seem so easy, I think this is one that I'll actually have to try. I do waste a lot of paper with grocery lists, to do lists, etc.

  9. craftlicious says:

    Nice project i love the veggies n card stock u used

  10. Jill says:

    Love this dry erase board! Great idea to just take it shopping with you instead of a paper list!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  11. #6 Drake Family! says:

    This is such a great idea! I think I'm going to have to try this!

  12. Mama says:

    Your newest follower from Friday blog hop
    Would like to invite you too follow back


  13. Melissa says:

    Are you kidding me? Great idea! I'm going to do this. I'm putting your blog in my favorites, because I saw a few other things I need to look at. Thanks for linking up at Fancy Friday!

  14. mmbear says:

    New follower of your blog thru GFC and while I was here I followed on Facebook and Twitter. I would love a follow back on all three of those also if you don't mind. No hurry, just when you can get to it. Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.


  15. Tammy says:

    I love this project. It is a must try! Thanks for sharing. Your newest follower.

  16. Cortney says:

    Just a great idea!

  17. Awesome!!! im loving it!!!

  18. Emreen says:

    This is an incredible idea !!

  19. Jill says:

    I made one of these a while back too and I love it! The paper you put in yours is great! If you always use it as a shopping list you could put different categories on the paper, or staples you buy every week.

  20. Brenda says:

    just came over from crazy wonderful and love your blog, this is so fun learning from other crafters and sharing our lives, the new penpals! thanks for sharing this craft, i have a few frames from a garage sale i plan on making one of these for the kitchen for notes, with 2 teenagers….it will help with the comings and goings!lol

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