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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Magic Whiteboard Review

I don't know about you, but I am a list person. That is the only way to keep my hectic life in check. Notebooks or pads of paper are great for lists, but what if you could save some trees and keep lists without wasting paper?
That is where Magic Whiteboard comes in. They make the coolest whiteboard products around! What I love most is that these reusable blackboard dry erase sheets stick with static cling to any hard surface! It is so awesome! So, one day I can use my Magic Whiteboard for a to-do list, and the next day I can use it for my kids' calendar time that I do with them for homeschooling. You use the dry erase marker they provide, and when you are done, you can erase it very easily - no scrubbing involved. Erase and write as many times as you want!!

Here is a picture of our Magic Whiteboard in use for calendar time. My kids love that we can stick in low enough on the wall that they can reach it to practice writing or coloring on it. It is about the size of a normal printing sheet of paper - measuring at 8.25″ x 11.75″. The size works fine for lists and things like that, but I can only imagine how much fun I could have with an even bigger sheet, which they do offer on their website.
I love that these sheets don't leave any residue behind when you take them off and stick them some place new. They are super easy to use, with no effort or equipment required to stick them up. Plus, they are reusable, so they I feel no guilt by wasting paper everywhere.

Magic Whiteboard also has tons of other genius home and office products you will love! Check them out and make sure to follow them on Twitter @MagicBoardUS and

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. We love these! I keep one on my SS fridge to write our ongoing grocery list.

  2. Cool product. I have a white board calendar and use it a lot. These sheets would be very handy. I am a list maker and all those little pieces of scrap paper tend to get lost.

    These would also be handy at Red Cross disaster shelter and distribution sites. Notes for the next shift can get lost if they are on paper. A white board that can be put up wherever you need it would be perfect.

  3. These would definitely come in handy. I'm glad to hear that they are reusable--green AND functional is a good combination!


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