Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Carrie's Crafty Corner

Hello I am excited about adding some new things to my blog and this is one of them where I will share crafts that I am working on or other crafty blogger like the following project that my sister Robyn made 

A dry erase board

A poster board
28 paint chips in your choice of colors
glue gun 
picture frame

 lay your paint chips on the poster you can measure this out or just eyeball it
 glue them down 
put poster board in frame
 now you have a great and decorative dry erase board
 I just love the colors  
Stop by Robyn's blog to check out more creative projects

If you have a craft project you would like featured on 
Carrie's Crafty Corner

happy crafting


miss teacups. said...

that is a GREAT idea and SO pretty!!

blog world has opened my eyes to SO many things that you can do with paint chips, it's great!

Courtney said...

That's a GREAT idea! I like projects that you can finish in an hour (to feel accomplished!)

Robyn Beele said...

Thanks for featuring me Carrie!!

Miki's scrapbook said...

What a cool idea! ;)

And yay! :P I'll be sending you something I make ... not sure what yet, hehe, soon, hopefully. I have your address, so no worries ;).

Happy midweek, Carrie! :D


KatieDidItt said...

Oh my goodness! This is so great! I am totally doing this!!


Dollie @ Dollie Creates said...

I love this! What a great way to use those paint chips :) Or you could even use scrap paper or fabrics under the glass :)

Hope you're having a great day!!

April said...

That is the neatest idea I've seen in a long, long time...LOVE IT!

Carrie said...

I can't wait I think this is such a great idea!

blazebratcher said...

What fun! I love this concept! :) It's really lovely! xo!

emilie said...

Great idea! I love the colours too!


Pot Luck Designs said...

Wow! What a great idea!! Now I am on the hunt for some paint chips this week!!! Thanks so much!

Debbie :)

Serena said...

That's really cool. I wish I were better at keeping a calendar. Oh! I could totally try this at work.

Heather Belle said...

That is too cute! And so simple! I think I'll have to try this one for myself ;)