How to Make a Whiteboard Wall

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Stephanie

October 7, 2013

20 thoughts on “How to Make a Whiteboard Wall

    1. This comment cracked me up! I’ve used the “Magic Eraser” on at least two doors and multiple walls (and that was a sharpie! and then various markers and paint – Em is an artist in the making). If the Magic Eraser doesn’t get it off, then Kilz (found at Lowes/Home Depot/Paint store) and a coat of paint will.
      Thanks for commenting! Love the comment!!
      Stephanie from GrinningLikeAnIdiot.com

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  2. This idea seems great. Magnetic chalkboard wall seems a
    great way to have reminders, memos, bills and maybe some inspirational quotes
    in place. But it is just quite costly and laborious since you have to paint it many
    times just to achieve its magnetic effect.

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  3. That is UNBELIEVABLE. I live that you used the frames to define the space. As a professional organizer I like how you had everything designated (where the pens and chalk should be etc.). Great project. I’m wondering can I share this in a round up I’m doing inn January? Let me know ☺

  4. I wish I had a bigger wall to do this one. IT is such a great idea to keep everyone organized in one location. Maybe I can do this above our new study area in our family room, not sure if the husband would agree to it. Great job.

  5. My boyfriend likes to write on a whiteboard so he can have a better visualization of his plans and thoughts. He should just have created his own whiteboard wall than bought one from the store. I liked how yours resulted as a very neat and creative wall with the frames in different patterns. Having a calendar posted there fits so everyone who passes by will be reminded of the day’s plans.

  6. I love this idea so much! Not only would it boost the creativity of kids, but it would also be a great art wall. Hhhmmm maybe I should also do this on my kitchen wall.

  7. What a cute idea! I love that you did the entire wall, but then added the individual frames. I particularly love that top frame (the one with the calendar). It’s gorgeous. The kids will have so much fun with this and it’s a great way to put little reminders up for yourself.

  8. I always wanted to do something like this! I love the entire wall plus frames look! Looks great and so cute too! I really love the way the kids can creatively create whatever they want with this. It can also be great for educational purposes.

  9. This is very creative, I enjoyed reading each step didnt even scroll to the bottom to see the end result and continue reading I was just captivated and read it through. I hope one day when I have my own place I will be able to re-create something like this either for my growing blogs or for when they kids come.

  10. I love the kid inspired artwork. It looks like your project has certainly added some warmth and fun to the home. Thanks for sharing this, I may attempt to give a try in my own home in the future.

  11. This is so cool – I love it! How weird that you had pinned it and it disappeared… Do you think pinterest deleted the link? How awesome that you kept the magazine clip on a real live pinterest board of inspiration :) That top frame on the right is just gorgeous!

  12. Wow, that is fantastic. I’m not sure I could do that as I am not the worlds craftiest person. That said, I really admire people who have that kind of ability. This really makes that wall look amazing and such a great way to use the space. You have an eye for design for sure,

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