Here’s what I made instead:
This spot in my house is just off the kitchen, the entry to the dining room. Perfect spot for our “command station”. While hubs was at work the next day, I hit nap time hard and finished up the project. I wanted to surprise him in return.
I started out by brad nailing the trim to the piece of wood. Next step was painting the frame, wood/trim a blue gray color I had leftover from my front door [note to self, post the front door re-do!] then I glazed it all. I brad nailed the white board frame directly to the wall, did the same to the self-made molding underneath.
style=”text-align: center;”>Cost for entire project: $5.50 for the white board + $7 for white board molding. Smokin price for everything the Command Station organization will do for our family of 6.
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PS: Check back Wednesday for 3 full tutorials on how I created a dry erase marker storage plus a simple cork board how to.
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