Dry Erase cubes are a simple DIY craft tutorial idea. Dry Erase cubes can be used for leaving notes, playing games, or just to keep the kids busy. This post is sponsored on behalf of Duck Brand for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Last week as I was cleaning my craft room, I had a craft idea that just about smacked me in the face and I knew it was going to be next project, Dry Erase Cubes!
Recently, I was sent some rolls of Duck Brand® Deco Laminate to do something fun with.Deco Laminate can be used for so many things. For lining shelves or the outside of boxes, making banners and even covering old ugly books. I knew I wanted to something fun with the Deco Laminate and even thought about cutting something with my Cricut Explore. But then I found these 3-inch blocks that were buried on one of my shelves.
Right away I knew what I would do with them. I decided to use the Duck Brand® Dry Erase Laminate, all of my kids love dry erase and thought this would be a fun new take.
The Laminate is so easy to cut. If you can follow a line then you can cut straight. There are dotted lines that are every half-inch throughout the center of the paper and measurements on the outside.
How to Make Dry Erase Cubes
For each of my 3-inch blocks, I would need 6 squares of Dry Erase Laminate that would measure just a touch under 3 inches square. So I cut the strips just a little bit larger than I would need and then got out my paper-cutter so I could get the exact measurements.
My paper-cutter cut on laminate no problem.
After all of my squares were cut I simply peeled the paper backing off and adhered the laminate to the blocks
They came together really quickly.
Now came the fun part of seeing what all could be done with these fun Dry Erase blocks. Here are just some of the things that my kids and I came up with, but the possibilities really are endless!
Make dice and create a fun game to go with them or even just leave them on display for decoration.
This one was my favorite. Fun puzzle cubes.
A great place to leave notes for husband or kids.
What would you use these Dry Erase Blocks for? Share and leave a comment below!
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