I have 2 dry eraser boards in my kitchen. One is my calendar and the other is half dry erase half cork board. I have a ton of different colored dry erase markers now that are all scattered in my tiny junk drawer that also has a sfety lock on it to keep the kiddies out. Well, I use that board at least once a day and it's annoying getting those markers. I asked Paul if I could make a holder for them out of a plastic container and would he be able to scre it into the wall. He said no problem and I went to work.
I been busy researching fabric and using mod podge. My main sources is Mod Podge Rocks! Amy is the guru of Mod Podge and has a great ton of info on her site.
My project was very easy (just like my last 2) but took a while because I allowed the mod podge to dry at least 24 hours if not more between coats. Only 2 coats. I used an old shirt, one of my favorite old shirts, but it either shrunk or I grew taller, cause now it's a belly shirt. And, well, with 2 kids and not exercising in 3 years I'm not seen in such attire.
Here is what I used. Not pictured: Mod Podge and paint brush.
Here is the finished result:
I was going to add ribbon, but I didn't like it. Then I thought of a fabric flower. I went to: my Sparkle. She makes such cute stuff. My flowers aren't as perfect as hers, but maybe with some practice!
Anyone else say Modge Podge? I do. I can't help it. When writing this post, I really had to be slow with typing Mod Podge.