Dry Erase To-Do List

If you like fun stationery but don't always have a use for it, maybe you can take this idea: frame it and make a unique dry erase board!

I saw this pad of "to-do" paper at Barnes & Noble like 10 times in a row. I kept telling myself, "No, Hannah, you don't need that." But then one day, I told myself, "You always look at that paper. It's $4. Buy it." I mean, you only live once. However, after buying it, I confirmed that I didn't really have a use for it, since my tasks usually number more than a centimeter's worth per day.

I didn't let that stop me though! The colors are so pretty I thought it should be on display. So I popped it in a 5"x7" frame ($4.00, Marshall's) and have it propped up on my desk at home.

Dry erase markers wipe right off of glass, so I can change my tasks whenever, writing one big thing per day. Even if that "big thing" is laundry.

No, I don't have a concert to go to on Saturday. I actually have a sewing workshop, but concert sounded cooler.

Any other ideas for stationery dry-erase?


  1. I don't remember agreeing to dinner, either.

  2. Oh, I love this!! Hannah, your creativity strikes again!!!

  3. Thanks Eleni! I have the advantage of not having law school hanging around all the time.

    And as a retraction, no, Nate has not agreed to dinner with me on Friday. I might just stalk him and show up wherever he's having dinner.


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