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writings on the wall

August 31st, 2010

Make your mark on your house. Let your creativity flow throughout the office. Then wipe the slate (walls) clean and start over again. Kids imaginations are no longer limited to being displayed on the fridge, families can stay organized and coworkers can communicate by reading the writing on the wall.

Dry erase: IdeaPaint transforms your walls into a dry erase surface that is durable and safe (lead and formaldehyde-free). It is more environmentally-friendly than a whiteboard, less expensive than a Smart Board and fun for the whole family (always ready to play Charades). Try a sample.

Chalk: We might not be able to turn back time but we can keep track of it on a chalkboard wall calendar. Just follow Martha’s How-To and redecorate your wall in as few as 5 steps with just 5 materials.

Cork: If you have a beautiful sea glass-tiled backsplash, don’t touch it. I love it! But, if there is a blah, boring wall staring at you from beyond the counter top, turn it into something functional and put a cork on it. You can tack up recipes, grocery lists or photos of supermodels to keep you in check.

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