I got tired of looking at my calendar that seemed to take up a ton of room on our wall beside the computer. The calendar's corners were starting to curve and it wasn't laying flat against the wall anymore.
So, I went looking online for inspiration. I found quite a few DIY dry erase calendars that were super cute.
Here are two of my favorite:
DIY dry erase calendar & personalized erasable calendar
Inspired, I went to my local 'Dollar General' store in town and bought myself a $3 black picture frame and some $1 dry erase markers. I went on Microsoft Word and made a month template and printed it up on light blue card stock (to match my kitchen decor where the calendar is going to hang).
I started to print up and design monthly headers but then decided to cut some corners to complete the project before the kids woke up from nap time. (Patience is not my virtue). Instead, I chose some coordinating card stock for a header and left it blank. I can then write the month in dry erase marker on the header without having to change it out every month. I may, in the future, make some cute headers for each month.
I love it and it works out great for what I need. A few years ago my mother gave me a flat backed bucket that I hung beside my new DIY dry erase calendar to hold an appointment book and some pens. It only cost me $4!