Chas' Crazy Creations
Chas' Crazy Creations
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Dry Erase Thankful Board

5 Materials
$3
30 Minutes
Easy

As we approach the holidays many of us begin to reflect on the things we are grateful for. I wanted to make something that is reusable every year for our family to share what they are grateful for during the holidays.


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dry erase thankful board

For this project you'll need a couple napkins, a picture frame, Mod Podge, and a dry erase marker. Optional - adding the word "thankful".

dry erase thankful board

I opened up the frame and used 2 napkins to make the background of my picture frame. You could use scrapbook paper as well.

dry erase thankful board

I placed the frame back onto the back of the napkins and drew lines on the excess I would need to cut off.

dry erase thankful board

I cut off the excess napkin.

dry erase thankful board

I placed the napkins on top of the back of the picture frame.

dry erase thankful board

I found a 3 pack of metal fall words at Dollar Tree. One of the words was "Thankful". I painted Mod Podge onto the back of the word.

dry erase thankful board

I place the word on the center of the napkins and let it dry completely.

dry erase thankful board

I put the frame back together. You could leave it just like this if you like.

dry erase thankful board

Use a dry erase marker and everyone can take turns writing what they are thankful for. Erase it and you can use it again from year to year.

dry erase thankful board

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