Dry erase boards are a fun way for kids to express themselves as they get bigger. They provide a way for kids to leave their (nonpermanent) mark on a space and to really make it their own. But there's no reason why a dry erase board has to be a plain old rectangle!
My daughter recently requested a dry erase board in her room. We hit the craft store together and found this self-adhesive product by a company called WallPops. It comes in a rolled up 24" x 17" sheet that has a peel off backing. I decided to cut it into the bubble shape because lately she's really into Japanese anime and drawing her own comics. She's really happy with her new dream bubble, and the funny part is that she has been waking up in the morning and doodling what she dreamed the night before.
images: Katie Steuernagle