Chalkboard Christmas Tree

6:00:00 AM

This one is for all you chalkboard lovers out there.

I love green chalkboard, it's so vintage...

Today I'm combining my love of chalkboards
with my love of Christmas!

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I cut a green chalkboard into 1" strips then cut them into lengths that would create a triangle or Christmas tree shape.


I hot glued the chalkboard strips to a stained paint stick.

Then added a rusty star to the top and a length of jute for a hanger.


And the best part is that you can write on the chalkboard strips! I used an erasable chalk marker.



Happy Holidays!

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  1. Susan those trees are perfect. Love the repurposed green chalkboard. Nice work.

  2. Great project, Susan! I like the chalkboard idea in green!

  3. How in the world do you cut chalkboard, lol???

    1. With a table jig saw (scroll saw) of course LOL

  4. Sooo cute! Where is the fair???!


  5. beautiful job Susan! I love those chalkboard Christmas trees!



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