Let your creativity flow with reusable dry erase boards and note pads - My WAHM Plan

Let your creativity flow with reusable dry erase boards and note pads

Never would I promote writing on walls, or worse to me, writing notes in books; but now that I’ve had the opportunity to test out the Slickyboard and Slickynotes free of charge for Shoplet.com, that is exactly what I’m promoting. 

Creativity is about flow and imagination and with these two new products I’m going to talk about today, dry erase boards and note pads, you can let your creativity flow!

My WAHM Plan: Slickynotes starter kit

I received the Slickyboard Beginners kit which included:
  • 10 30X25 inch Whiteboard sheets
  • 1 slickynotes pad in large (Green)
  • 1 slickynotes pad in medium (purple)


About Slickynotes Whiteboards and slickynote pads:

The electrostatically charged, adhesive free dry erase sheets allow you to stick these to the walls and set your ideas free! Now you can whiteboard anywhere you want! You just stick the whiteboard sheet on the wall and it stays put while you work. 

Stickyboards can be used on any smooth, dry indoor surface.  Another great feature of these products is they are reusable. Just wipe off the dry erase marker on the whiteboard, or erase the pencil off the slickynotes and you're good to go. 

Slickynotes products are made of recyclable polypropylene making them a number 5 recyclable and earth friendly. 

Whiteboard Uses:

My kids have drawn on these, played hang-man, designed clothing sets and more all with a dry erase marker, the slickynotes whiteboard and their imagination. 

These boards could even be helpful in my home office, where I can use one to jot down creative blog posts, alert my husband to urgent business matters etc.

My WAHM Plan tests slickynotes

The only drawback I’ve seen with the whiteboards is glare. If you are going to be using them for presentation purposes in a business environment, you’ll have to account for lighting. Even with my lights off and just one window with blinds partially open, I got quite a bit of glare as shown in the photo above. 


Slickynote Uses:

I found a perfect use for the slickynotes with while going through a new cookbook! I just plop the slickynotes on a page, jot down my motes and start a shopping list right there.  

These would be perfect for studying when the kids head back to school to jot down notes, brainstorm ideas for class projects, even doodling and sketching is okay with these fun, reusable notes. 

Learn More:

I invite you to learn more about the Slickynotes Beginner Kit here. I think you’ll like letting your creativity flow with these innovative products!


Please share in comments:  If you had a few Slickynotes dry erase whiteboards and note pads, where would you put them in your home and what would create with them?



Disclosure:

My thanks to Shoplet.com on behalf of Slickynotes for providing a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post. I received no monetary compensation. I’m disclosing this in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”


8 comments

Yona Williams said...

What a great concept! I would use these for doodling and leaving messages - I love dry erase products.

Mom Knows Best said...

My husband would use this for Boy scouts. Also for his men's group studies too.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Yona,

I love your idea of using them to doodle and leave messages! Perfect uses!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Tara,

I bet these would work wonderfully for your husband's meetings. :)

Jamie Tomkins said...

These would even be fun for us to use in the trailer when we were camping for games, etc. Thanks for the tip! :)

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jamie,

What a great idea! These would be perfect for camping.

Rose Powell said...

I am a person with an overactive brain, perhaps it's my creative side, but I've ALWAYS wanted to draw/write on the walls. I never did because my mother would have killed me, but I dunno, it's just something I've wanted to do. I'd imagine what a brain dump would look like. This is a great alternative. Thanks for sharing!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Rose,

My Mom would have killed me too if I wrote on the walls! My girls LOVE these products and play hangman and pictionary with them.