Window Weekly Calendar Chalkboard

6:43:00 AM

I know it's been done... but here is an easy way
to transform an old window into a useful chalkboard.

How to make a window chalkboard Calendar



My chalkboard is different than most because I used
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® in Graphite as the chalkboard paint.

I painted directly on the windows. 

Repurposed Vintage window with chalkboard calendar


When about 3 coats dried I stenciled letters for the days of the week in the corner of each window.

For the chalk holder I used a small bread pan that I painted then cut lengthwise in half. 

By the way, I love my Rockwell Bladerunner saw. (affiliate link)  It does everything I need it to and is not a big scary saw!

I used E6000 and a bracket to attach the tin to the bottom of the window.

How to create a chalk holder on a chalkboard window


I used clamps to apply pressure until the glue dried.

An old window chain is attached to the top of the window 
to hang the calendar.


How to create a chalkboard calendar from an old window

And that's my version of a window calendar chalkboard.

Here are a few other ideas for repurposing an old window, take a peek at each one by clicking on the title below.







   🎯Before you go please sign up for Homeroad emails so you will get the latest DIY posts sent straight to you!

                                                    

Click to follow Homeroad below…

You Might Also Like

0 comments

Thank you for stopping by, I love your comments and I will do my best to reply to all your questions and comments. By leaving a comment you are consenting to your email being collected for communication purposes only. Your privacy is important to me.
Have a nice day.
Susan

Affiliate Disclaimer

Homeroad's posts may contain affiliate links. If you click on an affiliate link and buy something, I may receive a very small commission. It does NOT result in additional charges to you or cost you anything extra. Mentions of associated products/services/ businesses within the content of my blog may or may not be noted as an affiliate in every reference. The affiliate fee I earn per month helps pay expenses that keep this site up and running. Thanks so much for your support!

Cookies

This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services, to personalize ads and to analyze traffic. Information about your use of this site is shared with Google. By using this site you agree to its use of cookies.




Featured on Hometalk.com