I go through post-its like crazy because of my constantly growing to-do list. I needed something more fluid and I wanted to stop using so much paper (again, good for the wallet and good for the world). I see people making dry erase calendars using re-purposed frames all the time, so why not use it to get more organized? Love it! This DIY magnetic to-do frame is super easy to make and can serve multiple purposes. Use the frame to hold notes or to hold papers you are typing as well as keep your to-do list right where you need it!
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Spray both sides of your metal frame with the metallic spray paint. Allow for paint to dry completely on the first side before switching to the other.
While the paint is drying, prepare your 4×6 frame by removing the glass and any inserts.
After the metal frame has dried, put a strip of E6000 all the way around the front side of the 4X6 frame.
Place the painted metal frame on top of the glue.
**Tip: Be sure to clean up any drips because the glue can cause the paint to run.
Allow the frame to dry flat for 24 hours.
Print out your free printable and cut out the list of your choice.
Reassemble your frame, placing your insert inside.
Now you have another great tool to help you stay on top of things! The best part is you can use magnets to hold notes, photos, and reminders to your to-do frame!
See where I’m linking up!