Last week I showed you a wreath and bouquet made from these pretty Dollar Tree rose soaps. You get 9 in a package, and at the store where I live the packs are 2 for $1! I am having a blast gluing these soaps to various things. Today I will show you how I made this rosette framed dry erase board with them and a few basic supplies. Wake up your sweetheart with a personalized message and breakfast in bed this Valentine’s Day!
Dry Erase Board from Dollar Store
Scrap foam board or cardboard large enough to frame the dry erase board
Straight edge and marker
Dollar Tree rose soaps
Measure and and mark frame dimensions on foam board using straight edge and marker. I made mine 2 inches wide and the opening to fit the dry erase board (in this case 6×8 inches). Cut out with utility knife.
Apply a thin strip of hot glue around the dry erase board foam frame and place your new frame on top of that.
Simply glue the rosettes in place with a dot of hot glue. I went with all white this time. That way I can use it all year round, not just on Valentine’s Day.
The roses made the piece to heavy to hang on the fridge with the 2 magnets that came on the back. I didn’t really mind since I plan to display mine on a shelf. If you want to have it on your fridge, add more magnet strips to the back. You can get rolls of adhesive backed magnet at most craft stores.