DIY Magnetic Message Board
This time, I wrapped duct tape around a magnet/dry erase board. My sister just recently bought a house and I wanted to make something cool for my nephew’s new room. He’s 6 so I thought a Magnetic Message Board would be totally cool for a 1st grader’s bedroom.
Magnetic Message Board
I wrapped the 14 x 14 board with duct tape and used Cricut Graphically Speaking and Batman cartridges to cut out the black and red vinyl lettering.
- Adhere paper on to the back of glass beads with Mod Podge, let dry.
- Use E6000 adhesive to adhere strong magnets on to the back of the beads.