Dry Erase Valentine's Day Sign Decoration

4 Materials
15 Minutes
This cute dry erase Valentine's Day sign is a very quick and easy DIY. Use it as a decoration or give it as a gift to someone. I made this for my husband, but it would be really cute for kids too. They will be excited to wake up to a new message each day leading up to Valentine's Day.
Dry erase markers work on glass, so they work on picture frames. You'll just need a regular frame for this project.

I found a pretty frame at a thrift store for $2. You can reuse one or buy one.

I was going to paint it red, but I want to reuse the frame with other printables through the year.
You'll need a frame, cardstock, scissors, and a dry erase marker.

I found this nice frame at a thrift store for $2. You can reuse one or find one that you like.

I was going to paint it to match the sign that I made, but I decided not to because I want to reuse the frame throughout the year. I'll make more printables for different seasons.
Use Canva or your favorite program to make a sign. Since i used an 8x10 frame, I made mine 8x10.

You can get the file to print on my blog if you don't want to make one yourself.
Then use scissors or a paper trimmer to trim off the white edges so it fits your frame.
Put it in the frame and grab a dry erase marker. You can write on it, erase, and then write a new message.

I've found that a slightly damp rag works best. It will streak otherwise. Just be careful that it's not too wet or it could leak into the frame and put water spots on the printable.
This would make a cute gift, too. Write a special message on it and gift it. Then you can change it later to let them know you're still thinking of them.
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