Instructables has posted a nifty little tutorial on how to make a mini dry erase board out of recycled materials in less than five minutes. All you need is some paper, a borked CD case, and some tape, and you're good to go. These would be perfect with magnets on the back for the fridge, or Velcro for the car.
Make a Mini Dry Erase Board
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