I bought a roll of the inexpensive dry erase vinyl at Michael's. I had been looking for dry erase vinyl and the price was certainly right. However, I didn't like the way it cut, it weeded terrible, and it was very thin and see-through. But I am so glad I bought it!! As I was working with it, it occurred to me that about any high gloss vinyl will work as dry erase vinyl. The only caveat is most high gloss vinyl has a permanent adhesive on the back that should not be directly applied to a wall. I used indoor vinyl to layer my outdoor vinyl on top of to make a dry erase board for my daughter's room. The best part is I can have any color I want!! Here are some pics.