A dry erase board made out of recycled materials. This is a quick and easy 5 minute project, and it is great for small spaces like lockers or the fridge.
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Step 1: Gather Tools and Materials
- scrap printer paper (not new)
- broken CD cases (Do not use new ones - this is supposed to be made of recycled materials!)
Step 2: Insert Paper Backing
Cut the paper to size and tape the sides to secure.
Step 3: You're Done!
I did say it was quick and easy. If you make a bunch of these and attach them all to a backing, you can make a full-size dry erase board.