DIY Magnetic Boards for my Organizing Monday

You can personalize these small projects to suit your taste. I gathered three projects to give you an overall view of what is possible.

diy magnetic boards for messages and photos

You can interact with the Frames wallpaper by painting some frames and hanging photos or cute papers. Casasugar suggested you put magnetic primer under the Frames wallpaper to be able to use magnets. The magnetic primer means that you can do it with any color of paint. Look at the adorable kid room. Finally, for the more traditional magnetic boards, check out a DIY project on Curbly.

1. Graham & Brown’s Frames Wallpaper designed by Taylor & Wood $40 USD/roll
2. How to make a Magnetic Photo Board for Under $15 via Curbly
3. Magnetic Kids Walls tutorial by RustOleum

  • modernemotive
    April 6, 2009 at 10:37

    Great idea! I’m going to be starting my office this year and will have to look into this.


  • michelle {sweet mady's paper}
    April 6, 2009 at 11:47

    Love the children’s wall. What a fab idea!

  • Sue | Office Furniture
    April 7, 2009 at 05:13

    I just love this, especially the ones for kids they would have hours of fun with it. Its amazing the things that people come up with, this really is so basic yet it still has that wow effect.