Have you always wanted a whiteboard in your office or kids’ playroom, but didn’t know how to make it happen? Well, we have 5 super simple DIY whiteboard tutorials that can give you that coveted whiteboard this weekend.
You just a few things to get started and a little time — and you can get this done quickly. Check out the whiteboard tutorials below and create that space for your ideas, goals, or kids’ artwork.
What You’ll Need For Your DIY Whiteboard Wall:
- Whiteboard paint. Your options include: IdeaPaint, WhiteyBoard, or DryErase
- Magnetic paint. If you want your board to be magnetic as well.
- Paint rollers, trays, drop cloth and paint brush
- Light grit sand paper
- Damp rag
- Painter’s tape
- Dry erase board markers and eraser (the fun part)
5 Simple DIY Whiteboard Tutorials to Use This Weekend
Write On Your Walls!
Found from Mr. Kate
Who doesn’t want to write on the walls? We know our kids love it.
With whiteboard paint, it’s OK to do — and doesn’t ruin your walls. Mr. Kate’s office whiteboard turned out beautifully!
Whiteboard Walls for the Classroom
Found from Renovated Learning
Diana over at Renovated Learning has a wonderful tutorial on putting together a whiteboard wall for her students. I wish I had a teacher like Diana when I was younger! Her students are learning some valuable DIY skills!
Cover a Wall with a Giant Whiteboard for Under $15
Found from Bargain Hoot
Rene over at Bargain Hoot has a great way to get your whiteboard done in cheap and easy DIY fashion. Just get a 4×8 sheet of white panel board, cut it to size, and screw it in.
Then, you can put your own panel board around it. She didn’t even need to paint it since it was already primed!
A Whiteboard Wall That’s Also Magnetic
Found from Grinning Like An Idiot
If you want your whiteboard wall to also be magnetic, use Rust-Oleum Magnetic Primer like Stephanie did over at Grinning Like An Idiot.
Create a Space for Your Ideas and Goals
Found from Little Green Notebook
Jenny over at Little Green Notebook wanted a place to keep track of her goals so she could see them often. The whiteboard in her office she created is the perfect spot!
These are Simple DIY Whiteboard Tutorials Anyone Can Tackle
Look, you don’t have to be Chip and Joanna Gaines to get this done. You can begin creating your own whiteboard in your home office and children’s playroom in a matter of hours.
Follow the steps, get the materials, and you’ll be well on your way. And, hey, when you’re done, share the finished product with us! We’d love to see it.
Readers, is creating a whiteboard something you’ve wanted to do? Need anymore helpful tips or advice? Let us know in the comments and share this article on Pinterest!