Make Your Own Whiteboard

As an entrepreneur my whiteboard has become a must-have for my startup. Brainstorming ideas, sketching website designs out, and working out problems are all a part of using the big whiteboard that’s hanging up on my wall. I paid around $50 for mine, but you can cut that price in half by making your own:

whiteboard…some white tileboard from the bathroom section of Home Depot will work just as well. 4×8 sheets are under $20, letting you cover an entire wall for less than the cost of buying something off-the-shelf. Cover that woodgrain panelling with dry erase paradise using the tips from Kevin Kelly’s Marker Board Walls.

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I've been thinking about life, existence, and truth for as long as I could remember. When I was about 7 I remember getting a headache trying to figure out who created God...and if someone created him, then who create him? I love investigating and testing, taking nothing for truth that outside my direct experience. At the age of 12, I started my own candy selling business; it grew so large that the principal ended up closing me down (but that was just the beginning...) Through my videos and articles, I share my journey with the world.

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8 Responses to Make Your Own Whiteboard

  1. chris.pund July 17, 2007 at 5:21 pm #

    Great post David! I love the decent sized whiteboard in our apartment at school (makes for fun during parties) that is about 2 feet by 4 feet, but after seeing this, it may be time to upgrade!

  2. Chris M Johnson July 17, 2007 at 5:22 pm #

    This do-it-yourself whiteboard works like a charm. Not too long ago I built one for myself for just under $30.

  3. David Askaripour July 17, 2007 at 9:56 pm #

    Thanks guys. Glad that you found this useful!

  4. Gina Laverde July 17, 2007 at 10:48 pm #

    Perhaps I need to update my sloppy post-it wall. I love post-its but, looks like the white wall is more cost effective and probably more environmentally sound. Thank you. I am re-building my office – since I recently moved. I have less than half the space I used to have, and am going to add a white board to the mix. This was very helpful.

  5. goose July 19, 2007 at 6:08 pm #

    yea this seemed good right off the bat, but i want to be able to hold on to my ideas. I get too many ideas per day to not erase and write, etc. Thanks though.

  6. Kasey November 29, 2007 at 1:44 pm #

    I am a teacher and will cut one sheet up to make individual whiteboards for my students. Anyone have any ideas on how to seal the edges?


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