DIY Grocery List Roll

9:04:00 PM

The last grocery list I made was pinned 3K times
and sold in about a minute! 

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I knew I was on to something... so I made another one!

Not that it's sibling should need to compete, this one is different, has its own personality. 

I like both of them equally.

This one has just a little more glam.

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The design is a little different and can be made with items you may already have around you house...

The basic mechanism is... a curtain rod...plain and simple. 

It can be found at any thrift store... and was.

I attached the curtain rod hanger to the board just like
I would if I were to hang curtains... The bling at the ends are curtain rod finials attached to a painted dowel. 

One side is removable with the turn of a screw to change the paper.

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I painted the board and the metal with French Linen
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, the paint that truly sticks to almost anything!

When the French Linen was dry I gave it a color wash of Paris Grey. 

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A color wash is achieved by using a dry brush of the Paris Grey and a spray bottle of water.  Just wet the wood then use just a small amount of paint all over your project. Use a rag to rub off the paint and you will be left with a great Restoration look.

I sealed the project with a matte sealer and I really love the color.

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The roll of paper is purchased from Amazonit is easel paper for a children's easel. See my affiliate links below. 

The grocery list hangs on the wall with 2 D rings.

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5 comments

  1. That's really a cute idea. Prepare for another 3k pins!

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  2. Awesome idea....My brother made me a much simpler version of this in junior high...I am curntly trying to find the perfect place for it in the studio.....You have inspired me!

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  3. I use mine (it's inside a cabinet) almost every day. Before I was always looking for a piece of paper and pen--no more!
    love your latest version.
    gail

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  4. Holy moly, 3,000 re-pins. That's awesome Susan! Such a great idea - love it. If I had the counter space, I'd be at Suite Pieces in a heartbeat.

    Jeanine

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  5. Love it!! I have some pieces that I want to put together for something like this! You're awesome!

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