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DIY Project: Kitchen Chalkboard

Make your own kitchen chalkboard with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Making your own kitchen chalkboard is easier than you might think. Chalkboard paint is easy to apply, and has a perfectly smooth, matte, non-reflective finish. A chalkboard adds a shabby chic touch to any kitchen.

Kitchen Chalkboard
Write down erasable grocery lists, menus, memos and more with your own kitchen chalkboard. Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to help you get started on this fun DIY project.

What’ll You Need:

How to Make a Kitchen Chalkboard:

1. Measure the wall area you want to cover in the kitchen. Purchase a 3/4″ thick piece of medium density fiberboard to size. Sand the edges smooth.

2. Drill two holes, slightly larger than the width of your rope, in the top corners of the board. These holes will be used to hang the board up in your kitchen. If you plan on simply setting the board on a frame holder or leaning it against the wall, you can skip this step.

3. Place the fiberboard on the drop cloth or newspaper. Apply a single coat of black rrimer, followed by several thin coats of chalkboard paint until you have total coverage. Several thin coats of chalkboard paint will give you a smoother, more attractive finish compared to a thicker one.

4.
When the paint is dry, thread your rope through the holes, forming a loop at the back. Tie in large knots at the front to secure. Hang the board by the rope and you have a personalized memo board! It’s also perfect for menu planning and writing down a quick grocery list. The kids can even leave you cute notes and drawings.

Making a kitchen chalkboard is just one creative way to use chalkboard paint. visit our blog for more DIY projects, including mason jar projects and painting projects.

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