Rustic Chalkboard Shelf

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I began this project with a broken drawer
from an antique toolbox that I had once made into a 

Rustic Chalkboard Shelf www.homeroad.net


The garden lasted the season but was on it's last legs when I repurposed the repurpose. 

The front of the drawer was still in good shape so I sanded it down and cut it to the size of the chalkboard I had on hand.  You can see that I saved the original drawer handles.... 

Maybe a good place to hang keys?

Rustic Chalkboard Shelf www.homeroad.net

I cut reclaimed wood for the sides of the chalkboard and one for the shelf. The whole thing is mounted to a 1x10" and hung from a rusty chain. 

Rustic Chalkboard Shelf www.homeroad.net

The chalkboard is rustic, repurposed, and reused and 
perfect for someone's farmhouse kitchen. 




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3 comments

  1. I love that you left the handles on! The perfect touch!

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  2. loving your chalkboard. I should make some for my upcoming show in October using the old fence boards that are not good for stenciling. hmmmm yeah, I should do that.

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  3. Get on it girl... what are you waiting for? LOL Have fun!

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