How I Made a Chalkboard From Vintage Shoe Forms

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This pair of children's vintage wooden shoe forms was adorable and needed a new life.

Vintage Shoe Form Chalkboard www.homeroad.net



I found a similar idea on Pinterest  for sale, the adult sized shoe forms were turned into an ipad stand... adorable!

So why not do the same for a chalkboard? 

This was a simple DIY... I just used a hand saw to cut a channel in the top of each shoe form and using E6000 I attached a vintage green chalkboard into the slot.

Vintage Shoe Form Chalkboard www.homeroad.net

I added a clothespin to the top to hold photos, receipts, or notes.

Vintage Shoe Form Chalkboard www.homeroad.net

And that was it! 

A simple DIY that gives these adorable little shoe forms a functional use while still keeping their original vintage character.

Vintage Shoe Form Chalkboard www.homeroad.net




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2 comments

  1. I picked up four shoe forms over summer at a garage sale. They are in a drawer waiting for an idea.

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  2. Very clever. Will be on lookout for something similar to kopycat you.

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