Easy Framed Chalkboards with a Tip

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I made these chalkboards back in 2011... the hard way!


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But now a friend gave me a tip that I'm passing on to you...

in my local Home Depot store I was able to buy chalkboard. 

Yep, you heard me... buy the chalkboard.

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Not paint it, not spray it, buy it!

It comes in large sheets and if you are really lucky, the men in the store will cut it for you. 

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I had them cut my sheet of chalkboard into 8"x10" pieces... perfect for putting into repurposed thrift store frames.

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After I painted the frames in beautiful Annie Sloan Chalk Paint colors I added small pieces of matching scrabble shelves as chalk holders.

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I pushed glazier points into the back to hold the chalkboard into the frames.

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This is an easy and inexpensive way to repurpose a frame of any size! 

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Who knew?


                                                    

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14 comments

  1. Cool! I didn't know about the chalkboard either!

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  2. Oh wow, never knew that. Genius!

    Jeanine

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  3. I am loving this idea. No more having to paint the boards! Thank you for sharing this great tip!

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  4. Thanks for sharing - I had no idea you could purchase them either! Love what you did with the frames.

    Have a happy week!

    ~Sherri

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  5. Sometimes my chalkboard paint takes too many coats - next time I am buying them already done and cut.Thank you!!!!

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  6. Yep, I've seen that chalkboard. :) They also have whiteboard.

    great easy framed chalkboards Susan!
    gail

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  7. Love these! Thanks for the tip, Susan.

    Sandi

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  8. I didn't knows they had this either, is it pretty cheap?

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  9. Great tip, Susan! I had heard about this but, of course, haven't made any chalkboards that I could actually go buy some. I like the glazier points, too.

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  10. Wow! And I've needed to make a chalkboard for a month now and kept putting it off. Thanks you just saved me TONS of time!!

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  11. Excellent tip. Thank you so much for sharing :)

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