A Rs.10 White-Board / Cardboard White Board




Let's make an on-the-go White Board because before you connect the dots, you need a canvas.

Step 1: Materials Required

1. White Chart Paper

2. Plastic Sheet

3. Piece of cardboard

4. Cello Tape

5. Scissors

Step 2: Cover It Up

Trim the cardboad to required size.

Just cover the cardboard with chart paper. This will serve as the white background.

Now cover it up with plastic sheet.

Use cello tape to seal it up.

And..You are done.

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    5 Discussions


    4 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, this is so clever. Nice work! I would have never thought of this. I wonder how to add a frame though? Some of my favorite white boards are here, http://www.monomachines.com/shop/presentation-tools/glass-dry-erase-boards.html and I was wondering if there is a way to make this clear, like glass appears? Maybe by drawing on the white chart paper I could even make a calander or something. Let me know if you have tried these things!

    3 replies

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for your appreciation.

    I haven't tried these ideas as of now but these are quite interesting.Looking forward to make them soon. :)


    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I love the calendar idea! Super simple, my 7yr old daughter could help make it and then use it to help keep track of library book & homework due dates. I've been looking for a tool to help her take responsibility for her own library books next year. This is perfect and will fit right into her homework folder!!

    This is a pretty simple personal glass whiteboard instructable. Not really something you'd carry around with you because of the glass, but you could put any color paper behind it to emulate one of those glass boards you like. https://www.instructables.com/id/30-Second-Whiteboard/


    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, great idea! I'll have to try one of those. Good luck with your daughter and thanks!