Renting is a struggle sometimes because I often want to turn my home into my own, but renting limitations tend to get in the way. Although I can hang things on the walls, the cabinets are strictly off limits because the holes are impossible to fill when we move. Instead, I settled for a renter friendly DIY to make a removable dry erase board inside of one of my cabinets using vinyl. Now, I can write my grocery lists and other notes right in the kitchen where I need them, but the vinyl peels away easily when it’s time to make the move. Continue Reading
Steph didn’t use any fancy equipment to make her perpetual glass dry-erase calendar, just a picture frame with the glass in tact, a Sharpie, a ruler and some store-bought vinyl stickers. Visit Somewhat Simple to see the entire how-to. (Great Mother’s or Father’s day gift!)
Amana’s new Jot refrigerator, which has a dry-erase door, is being marketed as the perfect spot to jot a note, but how fun to use–and reuse–your refrigerator door as a ‘canvas’? At $649 MSRP, it’s probably one of the more inexpensive refrigerators on the market. For more information, visit Amana.
Ok, maybe it wouldn't be a good idea for your whole house, but it'd definitely be sweet in the kitchen, a kid's room or even the bathroom.
The cool thing about this paint is that it goes on completely clear, meaning you can paint any color you like underneath it!
Anybody have hands-on experience with this stuff? Chime in and let us know how it works!
Say goodbye to mystery leftovers:These collecting jars are perfect for storing excess and bulk items in the kitchen, bathroom, workspace, or office, and the dry erase surface guarantees that you'll know exactly what lies inside.