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Today's tip is a recreation of something I made years ago!
A dry erase "To Do" list!
I was tired of printing sheets to write my "To Do" lists on, using them up, and throwing them away.
It seemed like such a waste of paper.
I try to reduce, reuse, and recycle as often as I can!
Take a look at my old version of my "To Do" dry erase frame. Eeeeek!
It served it's purpose but it had too many lines.
Materials to create this project:
*printable "To Do" list
*cheap picture frame
Here is my new and improved version.
The completed project with my "To Do" list ready for tomorrow! I like that it will sit out on my counter and I will see what I need to get done at a glance!
It takes some maneuvering to make sure it is in the frame correctly.
You could also just laminate the list, attach it to a clipboard and you can travel with it! I am going to add one in a clear sleeve to my binder.
I hope this tip saves you time and money!
Karen and Alison