Dry Erase Weekly Calendar

A few months ago, I made a dry erase board using a picture frame and some scrapbooking paper.  Well, I decided to redo that project, using the cutest printable that I found on the Tip Junkie’s blog.  Upon further investigation, I discovered that she had found it at Taylor Gray! That’s what I love about the blog world, we all share ideas with each other, and come up with the cutest projects!  So, I printed out the free week at a glance printable and attached it to a large piece of red scrapbooking paper with tacky glue, then I added a ribbon and some paper flowers…also a cute little J for Jessica.  I put the picture frame back together, and then wrote down my schedule for this week!
My weekly calendar on a book stand.
 This is the cute printable from Taylor Gray…you can click on the image to print your own!

This is where I blog…notice my weekly calendar in the background!

This was such a fun and cute little project.  It’s nice to be able to take a paper towel or eraser and change my calendar with ease.  It’s super adorable too, which makes it nice to look at!  I may even make these for Kate’s teachers for Christmas this year!
A big thanks to Tip Junkie and Taylor Gray for the inspiration!

Keep it real!

Jessica

Due to having some of my content and posts stolen by no good lazy people who don’t do their own projects, I am sorry to have to truncate (shorten) my feeds. Please don’t hold it against me, and continue reading, because I do love you and want to share my tutorials with you ;)

Love,

Jessica

Comments

  1. 1

    says

    Jessica, I LOVE it! That’s a great idea to give it as a teacher gift! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  2. 2

    says

    The calendar is so cute, I can’t wait to make one, and I love your office/blogging room.. whatever you call it! haha, it is so neat and organized!

  3. 3

    says

    This is right up my alley :) I have to be organized.

    I’m stopping by via the Sit and Relax Weekend Hop, and am your newest Follower :)

    Have a Great Weekend!

    ~ Jill
    http://www.frugalplus.com/

  4. 6

    says

    As a teacher, I would love a gift like this! So pretty and practical too. Although, for teachers you may need to make an A2 sized one! LOL. God bless x

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