How to Create an Enamelware Magnet Board with a Chippy Easel

This beautiful chippy easel is only the beginning of this easy DIY project...

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I began with a broken trellis that was the core of  the chippy ladder project as well as the framing on several other magnet and bulletin boards I created for my shop.


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The easel was an easy build, 3 pieces of chippy wood, my new nail gun and I was finished.

I used a vinegar and steel wool solution to give the chippy wood an aged look even on the newly cut edges.


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Vintage enamel wear storage box lids make perfect magnetic surfaces for the DIY Scrabble magnets.

The key hole escutcheons come from D Lawless Hardware.

The metal lids sit easily into the channel in the chippy easel. 

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This is such an easy and adorable project, I made several for my shop.


How to Create an Enamelware Magnet Board with a Chippy Easel www.homeroad.net

The magnets hold photos, notes, and messages.


How to Create an Enamelware Magnet Board with a Chippy Easel www.homeroad.net

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

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  1. Love these, Susan! How creative!
    Can I ask what kind of nail gun you have?

    Sandi

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