Before moving to my new workspace, I had a small sandwich board style dry-erase board.  The dry-erase board is a great tool to have; I use it to write down reminders on what I need to finish working on first thing in the morning.  Over time, the dry-erase board I had been using became too small for the list of items I needed to write down.  The other downside to the dry erase board was the amount of desk space it used.

Revamping Office Items With Sculpey Supplies

About two months ago the idea for this project popped in my head.  The question was “What materials do I need?”  This project requires very few items to make.  Gessobord (white primed), Dry Erase Film (comes in a form like contact paper), a small drill bit, string, and two part epoxy.  The most difficult part of this project was getting the dry erase film onto the gessobord, you have to do this very slowly and make sure to use a squeegee.  I used the squeegee that comes in the silkscreen kits that Sculpey makes.  After getting the film onto the gessobord, the rest of the project was a breeze.  I am very happy with the way this project turned out.  I don’t use much yellow but I love the bit of sunny brightness it adds to my workspace.  Time to start planning my next addition.

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