Round Chalkboard Frame on a Stand

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This pretty round chalkboard started out this process a little scary!

chalkboard frame repurposed stand

A framed spider picture... 

that truthfully once was a pretty cool Halloween decoration. 

I love the writing in the background of the picture.

Seeing how I don't really need a spider picture most of the year, I brought it home from the thrift store to give it a makeover.

spider Halloween picture turned into a chalkboard

I used Fusion Mineral Paint in Inglenook to paint the frame. 
There is no priming or sanding required on most surfaces with Fusion Mineral Paint. 

And the best part for me... there is no top coat required!

When the paint was dry I used sand paper to distress the edges.

I cut a piece of pre-made chalkboard the size of the glass I removed, then reattached the back of the frame. 

repurposed chalkboard round frame

A white metal frame stand displays this beauty and I'm calling it a day. 

While this chalkboard may have had a scary start, it has a gorgeous ending and will look beautiful in someone's home.

Chalkboard on a stand

Round Chalkboard DIY frame

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  1. Love this idea. I really like the round for a change :-)

    Happy Summer...

  2. I love the shape and small size. At first glance I thought the stand was part of the frame. Great job!


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