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30 plus creative projects using chalkboard paint pinterest image

Chalkboard paint is such a fun addition to many different types of projects. You can turn anything into an ever-changeable work of art, or use it to label different items throughout your home. Here is a collection of 32 Creative Projects using Chalkboard Paint that you could create for your home or as a fun and personalized gift! Check them out and let me know what you think in the comments below.

Check out this Message Board for the Mudroom! It’s a great place to drop things on your way in or leave letters to go out to the mailbox.

 

Chalkboard Paint Projects - Spice Jar RackPaint a Dated Thrift Store Spice Rack to make your spices easy to find.

 

chalkboard painted projects - candy jar lidsLabel your cookie or candy jars with chalkboard paint to keep them cute and modern.

 

chalkboard paint projects - gift tagsCreate these amazing Gift Wrap chalkboard paint tags to customize your gift-giving.

 

chalkboard paint projects - customizable bin tags Make Customizable chalkboard paint tags for whatever you need to organize.

 

chalkboard paint projects - chalkboard coffee table

How fun if you painted your coffee table with chalkboard paint. Then you can write personalized messages on your coffee table.

 

chalkboard paint projects diy painted chair personalizedPlanning a chair makeover? Add some chalkboard paint to the back for personalization.

 

chalkboard paint bucketPaint a simple bucket and change the message to match any seasonal decor.

 

chalkboard paint with doodle curl white paint penChristmas ornaments coated in chalkboard paint can be decorated with chalk pens.

 

chalkboard paint buckets for gift givingCreate amazing hostess gifts by adding chalkboard paint to metal buckets.

 

chalkboard paint projects create a smooth wallLearn how to make a Smooth Chalkboard Wall anywhere in your house with this tutorial.

 

chalkboard paint vertical wall mounted deskCover a desk with chalkboard paint for a great note-taking surface.

 

chalkboard paint projects - create a fireplace draft stopperMake a fireplace draft stopper with insulation and chalkboard paint.

 

chalkboard paint projects - diy marble toss with keeping scoreMake a Marble Toss Game with a Chalkboard Paint Scoreboard.

 

chalkboard paint projects - chalkboard mugsCreate Chalkboard Painted Mugs for a favor at your next party.

 

chalkboard projects - diy rustic chalkboardAdd a huge DIY Chalkboard for your home and decorate it for all seasons.

 

chalkboard paint projects - diy clock signThis DIY Clock Sign is a fun way to use some chalkboard paint.

 

chalkboard paint projects for christmas signUse green chalkboard paint to make a count down sign.

 

chalkboard paint projects - upcycle frame into magnetic chalkboard artMake a magnetic chalkboard frame from an upcycled wooden frame.

 

chalkboard paint project - upcycled cabinet door to chalkboard artUpcycle a cabinet door into quote art by following this tutorial.

 

chalkboard paint projects - decorated chalkboard washi clipboardCreate Decorated Chalkboard Clipboards using chalkboard paint and washi tape.

 

Chalkboard Paint Projects - Mini Makeover for a book display shelf

Makeover a bookshelf so kids can leave each other book reviews.

 

chalkboard paint projects - pantry drawer labelsBuild pull out drawers for your pantry and use chalkboard paint to label them.

 

chalkboard paint project Wooden party banner Create this amazing Wooden Party Banner with wood and chalkboard paint for your next party.

 

chalkboard paint project - chalkboard seasonal artAdd some seasonal Chalkboard Art to decorate your home this fall.

 

chalkboard paint projects - how to make colored chalkboard paintLearn how to make Colored Chalkboard Paint.

 

chalkboard paint projects - chalkboard calendar for refrigeratorCreate a Chalkboard Calendar for your refrigerator and stay super organized all year.

 

chalkboard paint project chalkboard zinc cabinet beauty shotTurn a metal chest into a Faux Zinc Chalkboard File Cabinet and customize with chalk art.

 


chalkboard paint project - ikea cutting board makeover
Make a quick Cutting Board Makeover with blue chalkboard paint.

 

chalkboard paint project - rustic wall organization box Build an awesome Rustic Chalkboard Wall Organizer.

 

chalkboard paint project - chalkboard with ledgeBuild a Wall Chalkboard with a chalk ledge for the whole family to use.

 

chalkboard paint project - diy chalkboard wall calendar Create a DIY Wall Calendar with chalkboard paint and stay on task daily.

 

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30 plus creative projects using chalkboard paint pinterest image

Hi, I’m Sheri from Hazel + Gold Designs. Here are a few fun stats about me: I like love chocolate and peanut butter (together of course.) If you like stats, I have been crocheting for about 16 years, crafting for 20, and woodworking for about 4 years. I found a passion in making and being creative and began documenting my projects online at Hazel + Gold Designs.

When not working on projects, I enjoy spending time with my husband, four children, perfect dog, and ornery cat. You can find me on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter.

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How to Make an Old Sign

How to Make an Old Sign

One project I really wanted to make was an old wooden-looking sign. I hoped to stumble upon a salvaged piece or something found. Lucky enough, I happened to find a foot board from a bed right down the street. It was the perfect shape to make into a sign. When someone throws something out, I usually take it for a project! With some paint and lettering, you can make this or any piece into an old sign. Here’s how!

Materials

  • Foot board – You could pick one up at a thrift or salvage store for only a few dollars
  • Sand paper
  • TSP
  • Chalk paint or regular paint
  • Paint brush
  • Sealant like wax or polycrylic
  • Printer and paper
  • Scissors, tape, ballpoint pen

Instructions:

This was the foot board I scored on the curb. It had a perfectly rounded top with molding on it and had the shape of an antique sign. I remember seeing one like this at Ballard Designs that sells for hundreds of dollars. Since I had all the supplies for this, it cost me nothing! The legs were really neat, but we ended up cutting them off to make this a sign. I thought it would look better that way. Who knows, maybe I’ll make something else out of the legs?

Foot Board Before

Lightly sand down the foot board and clean it with TSP. This will prep it for painting and take off any dirt.

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Unique Wine Rack

Unique Wine Rack

Hi everyone! It’s Jessica from Décor Adventures, back again and ready to show you a furniture makeover project I’m just in love with. This isn’t just any furniture makeover. This is how to turn an old dresser into a rack to hold your favorite reds and whites – wine that is!

One of my favorite things to do is redo furniture. Chairs, mirrors, tables, dressers, you name it. A while back I found this dresser at a thrift shop for only $10 and took it home only to find the drawers didn’t work well at all. I had an idea to ditch the two large drawers and turn this piece into a wine rack. If it doesn’t work for clothes, why not make it work for wine! Here is how to make your own unique wine rack from a dresser.

Materials
Many of these materials are based on how I painted the dresser and how we cut the shelves. We cut them ourselves with a table saw, but if you don’t have one, you can have them cut at the home improvement store or use a circular saw.

  • Dresser with a few drawers removed

Paint:

  • primer, paint, stain, paint brush and roller;
  • Furniture wax or sealant/polycrylic (or whatever you might want to use to finish the dresser)

Racks/Shelves:

  • Two 2’x4’ sheets of ½” MDF
  • Two pieces of quarter round to finish fronts of shelves;
  • Several feet of ½” square wood dowels {they come in 36” pieces}

Tools:

  • Table saw {unless you have the shelves cut to size at the home improvement store};
  • Nail gun
  • nails
  • air compressor
  • Random orbital sander {Optional if you distress the dresser}
  • Miter saw or hand saw

Supplies:

  • Wood glue;
  • 220-300 Sand block or sand paper.

Instructions
These instructions will be in a three sections, so you can easily see how this project comes together. First you will paint or stain your dresser, {or maybe you love it as is and will leave it}, second you will prepare the shelves and put them together to create the wine racks, and last you’ll put the whole dresser together.

Preparing the Dresser
This was a piece I bought at a thrift store and it was already painted but I had to fix it up. The back was not painted and didn’t look very pretty so I ended up painting that too. You can see in this picture how wonky the bottom large drawers were.

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