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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Dry Erase Frames

I made these for my daughter & 3 nieces for Christmas.
Live Simply for the frames, Storybook for name, Ashlyn's Alphabet for fans, Twinkle Toes for I Heart & Music bars & notes, Robotz for 2, Smiley Cards for Sing
 
 Don Juan for name, Smiley Cards for smileys, Winter Woodland for frames
Feeling Groovy for name, Don Juan for photography, Locker Talk for camera, Lacy Labels for frames
Calligraphy Collection for name, Lacy Labels for frames, Lyrical Letters for monogram
Thanks for looking. Questions & comments are always welcomed. Lori

6 comments:

Jamie said...

This is a fantastic idea. I will have to make some. I have so many frames laying around I cod use. Thanks for the idea.
http://craftygirl21.blogspot.com/

Kerry--Momma K said...

These are adorable! What a great gift idea. Thankd for sharing.
Kerry

mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

Ashley said...

I've made these and everyone I'd give them to absolutely loved them! Such an easy gift project! If you find some nice frames at a dollar store or other discount store, it can also be an inexpensive gift!

Belinda said...

This is a FANTASTIC idea!!! I am scrap-lifting this one for sure!! Thank you so much for sharing.
Blessings,
http://theembellishedcard.blogspot.com

Designer Dawn said...

So, it looks like you just take a frame with glass, decorate under the glass and write on top of it with a dry-erase marker?? Just making sure I'm getting this!!!??? Thanks for sharing, it's such a cute, easy idea!

Dawn

LiveLaughScrap said...

@ Dawn:
Exactly, you got it. It's that simple!!!
Enjoy, they make great gifts.
Lori