Step 1: Materials
- a 12x12 inch frame designed for scrapbook pages - I ordered mine here, but you can also find them here or in craft stores like Michael's.
- at least one dry erase marker - I got the Expo Grip Ultra Fine Tip with the eraser built into the cap, $7.49 for a four-pack at Staples
- velcro tape - Get the smallest length available, you won't need a lot!
- 12x12 inch scrapbooking paper - I had some spare sheets lying around, but you can find packs of it at the dollar store or buy individual sheets anywhere scrapbooking supplies are sold.
- optional: 3M Command Picture Hanging Strips - I choose these because they are strong, don't put holes in the wall, and can be seperated and reattached, but if you don't care about those things you can just as easily use a nail.
- optional: paint, etc. to decorate the frame
Step 2: The Frame
Once your frame is decorated the way you like and dry, put a small piece of velcro tape on the side of the frame where you want to attach your marker. It doesn't really matter if you use the "hooks" part or the "loops" part of the tape, but keep in mind that the one you don't use you'll be putting on the markers, and the loops are softer for something you'll be holding. I did it the other way around before I realized my mistake.