Are those some new bands you're sporting?? Very cute!
Hi Danielle! Lots of fun finds! On your white board, if you want to keep it like this and not use chalkboard paint, sometimes you can remove the marks with a non-abrasive cleaner and a non-abrasive scrub pad. Also, sometimes if you "write/mark" over the marks with a whiteboard marker, the marks will remove. I have to do this in my classroom sometimes when my munchkins write with a sharpee pen on my big white board, Hope these work for you. Susan
Wow you scored. I really have no patience for thrift store shopping. Maybe someday. For your dry erase board before you paint it color some dry erase marker over the odl marker and wipe it off. Most of it should come off it not all of it. Enjoy!
Glad to hear you found so many things that you were looking for, that is what makes thrift store shopping worthwhile and fun!
You could also try a "Magic Eraser" to clean your dry erase board. I buy the Dollar Tree brand, and they work great!
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