(Believe it or not, I made this before I saw it on Pinterest, but the one I saw on there is so cute too!)
Supplies you will need:
-A large old frame, or a window with 4 panes
-Spray paint in color of your choice
-Scrapbook paper (I used 4 sheets for my frame) - or wrapping paper
-Ribbon in coordinating color
-Print out of the labels you want. I chose To-Do, Errands, Phone Calls, and Internet.
-Dry erase marker (the dollar store carries these)
Prep your frame by removing the glass, and spray paint the wood in color of your choice. Let dry.
Take the back of your frame and lay out the scrapbook paper on top. Mine was a green paisley print and I had to match it up and cut it so it would overlap correctly, covering the whole square. The back of my frame also had a white paper covering it, so I was able to use a glue stick and glue the scrapbook paper directly to the white paper instead of onto the back of the frame.
Using ribbon, create 4 coordinates in the sizes of your choice. Wrap around to the other side and tape.
Create the labels on your computer. I took a glue stick and glued the labels to some green cardstock I had on hand. Then I glued those to the scrapbook paper.
Assemble the glass, the frame, and the back of the frame. Hang in a busy area where you will use it daily!
The GREAT thing about this project is that it can be easily changed for each season, or if you change the decor of your room. It is low-cost and looks so much better than a regular whiteboard!