Chalkboard Memo Board

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A quickie memo board made from a vintage
green chalkboard and some twine...

Chalkboard Memo Board www.homeroad.net

I painted a circle and some wavy stamp marks onto the green chalkboard.... used rubber stamps to fill in the circle... and gave the whole board a wash of brown paint to give this old board even more of a vintage color...

Chalkboard Memo Board www.homeroad.net

I drilled holes into the frame to string the twine...

Chalkboard Memo Board www.homeroad.net

And it is ready or notes, photos, and chalk.

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8 comments

  1. Love it!!The colors look so nice together, great job..I'm sure this will sell quick!

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  2. Such a wonderful update to the chalkboard. I love it!
    Jane

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  3. This combines three things I would like in a chalkboard, the twine for hanging stuff, the chalkboard itself, and a graphic. Nice job.

    ~Bliss~
    pinned

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  4. very cute! i love the graphic, very unique,
    lauren

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  5. Looks great...love the addition of the twine and clips. And of course the postage "stamp". Laurel

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  6. This is adorable and so creative. Hope you can link this up at my trendy tuesday party!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2012/06/trendy-tuesday-6.html

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  7. This is gorgeous!! Love the vintage green chalkboard color! The stamp is fantastic!

    Jenna @ rainonatinroof.com

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