6 posts tagged chalkboard
There are so many different chalkboard products out there right now… wall stickers, blackboard painted crockery, furniture… but if black isn’t your deal, you can make your own paint in any colour and paint every surface in your house!
Chalkboard Mug | Wit & Whistle
Chalkboard paint has had a massive resurgence in 2011, with basically anything with a hard surface being covered in it! I fell in love with chalkboard walls (though I think I would have a hard time convincing my landlord to let me do that!), bought my own pot and went mad with it. I still have a lot left over, so I’m going to try making some mugs like this. Just a thought - write on them before you fill with hot liquid!
DIY Chalkboard Necklace | Bride Blu
So this is one of those ‘sweet’ projects I mentioned before! How cute is this. If you’re looking for something to give as a gift or even sell, I can guarantee this little neckalce would be a big hit. A normal piece of chalk may be too big though, so I suggest using a liquid chalk pen instead (which are pretty awesome to use even if you don’t have one of these necklaces!)
Chalk Headboard | Two Fly Chicks
If you’ve been umming and awing about wether or not to paint one of your walls with chalkboard paint, I think that this is a pretty convincing reason to do it! I just love that drawn headboard. The thing with the blackboard wall is that you can change it up as soon as you get bored with it - and the only cost is going to be for a box of chalk! And bonus: chalkbord pens. Have you seen them? They are truly awesome. I think I just talked myself into doing this. I’m so convincing!
Vinyl Chalkboard | Ashley Ann Photography
I love all Ashley Ann’s DIYs, but this one is so cool I knew you would love it! I know I’ve complained about vinyl stickers being a little ‘done’ but vinyl chalkboard has opened my eyes to new possibilities! And liquid chalk - oh my gosh, when did they make this!? I need to hunt some down because I know my niece would love them and the clean up is going to be sooo much easier.
Chalkboard Flower Pot Spoon Markers | From Glitter To Gumdrops
Is there anything you can’t paint with chalkboard paint!? I have seen lots of tutorials, but this is one of my favourites. I think everyone knows someone who is a friend or family member who is an avid gardener, and I know that these would come in handy, especially as they can be changed for whatever is planted.