Recycled Chalkboard

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This chalkboard started out life as a children's easel, the chalk board finish was ruined and it was ready for the dump. 

found on the side of the road...





I cut off the legs, flipped it over and added a 
Scrabble shelf for chalk.



The chalkboard now hangs from an old window chain.


I painted the frame with chalk paint and the 
chalkboard
 with new chalkboard paint. 



Another item thankfully saved from the dump!

The chalkboard found a new home in our girls' bathroom.



See the driftwood towel holder here.

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3 comments

  1. Great rescue, Susan! Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  2. Hey, did something besides the chalkboard get a makeover around here?

    Bliss

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  3. Wonderful. And how can chalkboard ever be ruined? Just slap another coat on top. Now tell me does the sign keep the towels off the floor? If so I am all over that in our kids bath. :)
    tammy

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