DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks

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A few repurposed pieces come together to create a useful message center...

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net


Sometimes I just love tinkering in my basement... finding pieces I've collected and put them together to see what I end up with.

Today was one of those days.

I began with a slatted raw wooden piece found along the way at some point.

I stained the raw wood with the vinegar and steel wool solution that gives the wood a vintage look.

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net

When the stain solution was dry I added pegs. The pegs were actually old Cribbage game pieces.

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net

Then I added an old thrift store frame with a chalkboard added inside.

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net

I painted the entire piece white using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®.

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net

The finished project is perfect for by the door to hold leashes and add reminders.

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net

I love creating useful projects from bits and pieces of things that would have been discarded!

DIY Chalkboard Peg Hooks www.homeroad.net




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3 comments

  1. Susan, I adore your chalkboard!!! It's great when pieces come together beautifully.

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  2. I love this so much, Susan! Thanks for sharing it at the Vintage Inspiration Party. I'll be featuring you next week, and pinned it to my "Spotted at the VIP board here - https://www.pinterest.com/knickoftime/spotted-at-the-vip-vintage-decor-repurposed-projec/

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