As you may have read yesterday, I published my 2014 Blog Goals!
How very exciting!
But in addition to blogging, I have my full-time traditional career and my personal life that both require goals as well. Ok..maybe not require, but you know what I mean. Its important to have goals and when you combine them all…they look so overwhelming. So how do I manage them? I have tried different methods each year, but I think I got it this time.
I created my own DIY Dry Erase Board. One spot for me to list out all of my goals and see them as a daily reminder.
Originally I was going to show you how to do both the Dry Erase and Vision Board, but that meant a lot of information in one post.
I will, instead, break them into two separate posts and link them to one another.
Click here for the DIY Vision Board Tutorial (goes live on 1.22 at 1am).
Go ahead and buy both materials needed though to ensure that you have a unified design.
The materials you will need for both the Dry Erase and Vision Board are:
- 2 Frames with Glass – sizes to fit your available wall space
- Paint – to match your color scheme
- Paint brushes
- Cork Board
- Fabric for Cork Board – enough to fully cover – choose one that fits both in your design and color scheme
- Spray Adhesive
- Staple Gun
BTW…based on the wall space that I had available, I chose 36 x 24 Frames (as you can probably see in the photo).
Again…I will share with you how to do the Dry Erase now and the Vision Board later.
For the Dry Erase Board you will use:
- 1 of the 2 Frames with Glass
- Paint and Brushes
For the color that I wanted, I had to mix these three.
Now on to the Project…
Flip the frame over, and with the glass in the frame, paint the backside and let dry.
You will need two coats.
And you are done! How easy was that?!??!
You can write on the glass with a Dry Erase Marker!
Now what I really need is a Silhouette Machine to print some vinyls letters. Wouldn’t that be nice? I’ll take one if anyone wants to buy me one. Anyone? Anyone? (I love that movie.)
When I add vinyl, I will let you know the fonts, sizes, etc so that you can do so as well.
Good luck with the project, share pictures of your own completed design and send to me at email@example.com.
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