Wood Slice Mini Chalkboards

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These wood slices didn't start out as you might think...

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net


On the clearance table at the West Elm store 
were wood slice coasters for $2.95 a set that were painted with 
holiday messages...

The second I saw them I knew they would be 
perfect to try out my new DecoArt chalkboard paint.


mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net

I gave each wood slice 2 coats of chalkboard paint.

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net

The paint went on smoothly and covered completely.

When the chalkboard paint was dry I rubbed the side
of chalk on the wood slice to prep the chalkboards.

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net

I drilled a hole and strung the chalkboard with a length of jute.

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net

These little cuties turned out great and there was
no wood cutting involved this time.

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net

I love the DecoArt chalkboard paint and can't wait 
to use it again... I have an idea already picked out!

mini chalkboard wood slices www.homeroad.net


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4 comments

  1. Love them now! Don't be surprised if West Elm steals your idea for next season as they look soooooo much better with the chalk paint!

    Jeanine

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  2. They look great Susan, and you can use them all year round too!

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