Vintage Drawer Chalkboard

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How to make a chalkboard from an old drawer. 





This is a simple and inexpensive project that anyone can do.

I wanted to create a rustic chalkboard quickly and easily
with just a few parts you may already have at home.



I painted the inside with Graphite Annie Sloan Chalk Paint which makes great chalkboard paint when you use several coats.

I added a metal number tag & a stained Scrabble rack for the chalk.



On the top I drilled two holes for a thick piece of jute to hang the chalkboard.

I recently found a huge roll of macrame jute at a garage
sale for $1.00...  I think I'm set for life in the jute rope department.

And that's it.






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6 comments

  1. This is the kind of project I just love...creative, easy, and looks oh so good! Thanks for sharing...pinning!

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  2. That is an exelent idea! I love how simple the whole thing is! This would look great in my kitchen as well as my kids room:)

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  3. Very cute. I love it too!

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  4. LOVE it!! That number is the perfect touch!

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