How to Make a Farmhouse Style DIY Dry Erase Board from a Vintage Window

This farmhouse style DIY dry erase board took just seconds to make, but it’s such a pretty way to stay organized and on top of things!

This farmhouse style DIY dry erase board took just seconds to make, but it's such a pretty way to stay organized and on top of things! | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 
 

Y’all may have heard mention of this elusive office space just a few times through these last few months. It’s been one of those projects that doesn’t necessarily require a ton of work to create, but somehow is taking us months (months!) to pull together!

I blame it all on Summer and those warm, sunny days that just can’t go to waste when you’re living waaaaay up here in northern AB!

I suppose that’s why it’s taken us months to finally be seeing some progress in this office space. Though I’m not exactly happy with how long it’s taking us to get there, I’m really loving the projects we’ve tackled so far!


 

But, with Summer winding down and the demands and routines of Fall just around the corner, I’m finding myself craving an office space more than ever. What work-from-home Mama doesn’t want a creative space all her own?

And so, with just a few things left to tackle, it’s time to finally get this office space finished up once and for all.

I cannot wait to share my latest project with y’all today … this dry erase board isn’t just cute AND practical, it literally took me just seconds to make!

Farmhouse Style Dry Erase Board | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Style Dry Erase Board | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Pop on over to Lolly & Jane for the full tutorial.
 

I can’t wait to share more of this office space soon – in the mean time, you can stay totally up to date with all of our progress by following along on Instagram.

Wishing y’all such a lovely day!
 
 

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22 thoughts on “How to Make a Farmhouse Style DIY Dry Erase Board from a Vintage Window

  1. This is quite idea. I would have never crossed my mind as something to do, but now that I see it I truly like it.

    Thank you for sharing this with us on the #HomeMattersParty. We hope to see you again when we open our doors on Friday at 12 AM EST.

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