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Make a Dry Erase Clock

19 November 2011 4,481 views 3 Comments

by rhonda

This is one of those projects that flies straight past clever and all the way up the scale to brilliant.  It's a clock and a daily schedule all in one!  Delia from delia creates originally made this projects around back-to-school time, but it's perfect to make any time.  (Get it?  Any time?  Yuk yuk yuk.)  No one in your household will ever have an excuse to forget an appointment or meeting ever again!  [how to make a dry erase clock]

Project estimate:

  • Dry erase  board, $1 and up
  • Clock kit, about $4 and up
  • Vinyl numbers or number stickers, on hand or $1 and up
  • Drill, on hand

Total:  about $5 and up

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  • Sarah Forhan said:

    Seriously brilliant!! Love this craft.

  • mikeasaurus said:

    I love this idea! We must be able to combine these two projects somehow.

  • heather said:

    @mikeasaurus, I believe they have magnetic whiteboards (tho, not at the dollar store), so we could definitely combine them to make a mega-super-magnetic-whiteboard clock!