"TO-DO" Frame DIY!

I'm SO excited to share today's DIY because it combines something I love- LIST MAKING, with something important- reducing paper waste! Plus, it's SO easy and fast....but looks so cute you'll use it everyday!

The "TO-DO" Frame works like a wipe-off board. You'll be able to make lists using dry erase markers and then start over by just cleaning the glass when you're ready to make a new list! Here are the supplies you'll need:

An inexpensive or thrifted frame with glass, decorative paper, a glue stick, a paper cutter (or scissors!) and Mary Kate McDevitt's Mini Goals Notepad (optional, but so cute, how can you resist?!?). 

Start by trimming your decorative paper to fit your frame. Mine is an 8x10, so I cut the paper to fit.

2. Open your Mini Goals Notepad and tear out your favorite page! (I found my notepad in the $4 section at Staples, but you can also order your own here!)

3. Add glue to the back of your "Goals Page" and center it on the decorative paper.

4. Frame the your paper so that you can see it through the glass!

5. Now you can use dry erase markers to create your lists for work or home! (They also make really cute gifts- just tie a marker to the ribbon and voila!)

I love these! I have one on my studio desk and one on my kitchen counter! I have already been using it!

I have been a long time fan of Mary Kate McDevitt and her beautiful hand painted chalkboards for a long time and when I saw her new line of paper goods I couldn't believe it! Be sure to check out her website and etsy shop- she has some really amazing things!

Happy happy tuesday!


Papercutz said...

I love it!!

Britt@artbybritt said...

So so cute. I've been meaning to do something along these lines for little loves notes - I might just have to do it today!!

Kerstin said...

I like it! Very cute idea - I always enjoy seeing what you're up to.