Ginger Snap Crafts: Christmas List Dry Erase Board {tutorial} with My Vinyl Direct
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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Christmas List Dry Erase Board {tutorial} with My Vinyl Direct

dry erase Christmas list board from GingerSnapCrafts.com

I was contacted a few weeks ago about doing a review for My Vinyl Direct.

my vinyl direct

Ummm…did you say vinyl?  Of course, I couldn’t pass up that chance! ha! {FYI: My Vinyl Direct sales both vinyl and vinyl supplies.}

I was able to try out some dry erase vinyl and some red, green & black vinyl. I’ve always wanted to try out dry erase vinyl.  I think it’s the only type of vinyl I haven’t tried out yet! ha!  So I was excited to give it a whirl.  I decided to make these super easy dry erase Christmas list.  I thought dry erase would be perfect since my kiddos are always changing their Christmas list up until the last minute!

diy dry erase boards

For this project you’ll need:
scrapbook paper
dry erase vinyl
red & green vinyl
spray adhesive
ribbon
8x10 board
vinyl cutter

supplies for dry erase board

Here is how I made these dry erase boards:

dry erase board tutorial

one~ Sand & paint your board.  Cut a piece of scrapbook paper just smaller than your board.
two ~ Lay your board on top of your scrapbook paper.  Mark your holes & punch them out with a hole puncher.
three ~ Use spray adhesive to attach your scrapbook paper to your board.
four ~ Apply your dry erase vinyl.
five ~ Apply your vinyl lettering overlay.

dry erase board for Christmas

six ~ Add a ribbon.

dear santa list
Then let your kiddos have fun writing their list! Annnd hopefully they’ll decide what they want for sure by Christmas Day! ha!

diy dry erase boards

I had a few extra supplies left over after I made these. So I decided to make a cute dry erase to do list for one of my kiddo’s teacher gifts!  Isn’t it cute??

teacher gift

Overall I really like the vinyl from My Vinyl Direct. I was the same Oracal vinyl that I usually buy in huge rolls, so it was nice & convenient that it comes already cut into sheets. They also have different sizes to fit just about any hobby vinyl cutter. I really loved the dry erase vinyl, and I can’t wait to try out some more fun projects with it.

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Disclosure: I was given product to complete this post & project.  All opinions are my own.

10 comments:

  1. what a fun project, maybe SOME day i will make it to the goal of exploring the world of vinyl. I love the idea of dry erase boards :)

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  2. Dry erase vinyl? I think I am in love. This is too cute!
    Karen

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  3. Aw, this is the cutest! What a very fun idea, Ginger!

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  4. These are adorable and I had no idea there was dry erase vinyl! sweet!

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  5. So cute! I had no idea that there was dry erase vinyl either. These would be perfect for my kids as their list seems to be changing on a daily basis! :)

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  6. These are so cute, Ginger! I wish I had little kids around the house, this would make cute gifts.

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  7. such a fun idea! puppy is on my kids list..yikes!

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  8. This is so fun Ginger! I even have vinyl on hand so I can do this!

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