If so, how?
Anything plastic will work, at least temporarily, for a dry erase board. Some plastic will get a 'ghost' image of whatever you right on there left in them tho no matter how much you clean it. If your trying the lamination idea I have found that the wet erase overhead projector makers work better and don't leave ghost images behind on it.
I've made dry erase charts by printing out charts on thick paper and laminating them. You could also use a glossy acrylic paint (several thick layers) over a thin board, but you need to try and get it as smooth as possible.