Introduction: DIY Glass Whiteboard

Step 1: Old Poster

Step 2: Flip Around

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johnpombrio (author)2016-04-20

Use Liquid chalk markers on glass, Lexan, and acrylic as they leave a much bolder marking than dry erase markers and come off easily:

http://www.amazon.com/Chalk-Markers-Reversible-Cha...

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sean_sylvester1 (author)2014-09-14

I've found that acrylic works just as well as glass, and is much cheaper. I'd like to try this though, because my acrylic board isn't very big

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gzisaac (author)2014-03-25

where can I buy one? I need it in 0.65 x 2.20 meters size.... Please help... Thanks

Ginny isaac

gz.isaac@gmail.com

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zhitchcox (author)gzisaac2014-03-25

You can purchase poster frames here: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=s9_dnav_bw_ir02_s?node...

But if you need a specific size, you can make your own. You can search the web for how to do this, but if it were me, I would find a glass supply store, have them cut a piece to your exact specifications, then purchase some poster frame molding online (just do a google search and find the kind you like). Then you need some way to hold the poster to the frame, along with the backing. I would go to a hardware store like Home Depot or Lowe's and ask them how to do this. It would be even easier though if you just purchase some frameless corner clips, and you can hold the poster directly to the glass without a frame.

Well, I hope this points you in the right direction. I'm not exactly an expert here, or else I might be more help...

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paularellano12 (author)2014-02-24

very simple! I love it. I was thinking about getting a white board for my garage. this is much cheaper, thanks for the Instructables

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zhitchcox (author)paularellano122014-02-24

Thanks for the kind words!

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