I found this frame while thrifting and knew it would be a great size for this project (it's a 16X20 size). What I really liked about it was the non-glare glass, that stuff is pricey at a frame shop. First, I took the frame apart and sprayed the frame black. Then I sprayed the cardboard backing with the spray adhesive and smoothed the fabric on. This is the fabric I had left from the iron-on art project, but you can use anything. Just make sure it's pretty low pattern so you can read what you write on the glass. I put in the glass and the fabric backing and it is ready to use! Easy Peasy! Use dry erase markers and it works just like a regular dry erase board, but a lot prettier!
I just wrote a bunch of seasonal inspired words, subway style. I like the handwriting with the look of the script of the Trick or Treat sign. The sign is available in my Etsy Shop, by the way.
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you're inspired!