30 Seconds Free Dry-erase Mini Board, Sketch Games or Any Use.

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Intro: 30 Seconds Free Dry-erase Mini Board, Sketch Games or Any Use.

1.-What did I used?

A. Two empty DVD cases.
B. Insulating tape or glue.
C. Dry erase markers.

2.-How did I make it?

A. Open the two cases.
B. Flip aside the label of both cases.
C. Put two cases together and use the insulating tape to fix them.
D. You are done.
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    MadBricoleur

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That is awesome! I just happen to have a gamecube game case I found on the ground somewhere. Such a useful tool when you've lost your voice. :D

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    stevieg

    9 years ago on Introduction

    What about laminating a sheet of white paper and use that. could have different sizes A3 / A4 / A5 / A6.. Sorry don't know USA paper sizes.. Just a thought, and also very portable great for kids in the car Laminate printout of simple games .. Tick Tack Toe. / Red Car Blue Car / Etc Very good easy instructable. 10/10

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    Gonazar

    9 years ago on Introduction

    for 15 bucks, i didn't really mind buying a full sized board for real. I got tired of trying to use the CD jewel cases because the dry erase ended up being permanent. I also picked up a clip-board size one on the cheap.

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    hishealerGonazar

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah, they are getting cheaper all the time. Maybe a wet erase marker would be better?

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    Cru2o

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I would have never thought of that. Great instructable! 5/5

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    Browncoat

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Never thought of that! Great idea for my son who says he wants a dry-erase board for his locker (but I know he won't use it, so I don't want to spend much/anything on it)! :)