Chalkboard spray paint is fun for many projects. I reused this clipboard, and made a sign for our Farmer's Market.
I simply used painter's tape to mark off the space I wanted painted. Then I tore painter's take to make a interesting edge line. After 24 hours, I removed the tape.
(Embellished with playing cards cut to make a "fringe" that are simply placed under the clip, netting from a lemon bag tied, one vintage clip earring, and one handmade vintage pin)
These "clipboard" chalkboards can be fun for more than just signs. Hang one in our house for keeping a shopping list, for writing notes to each other or for reminders. Keep one in the garden shed or barn too. You could use it for a welcome sign as well. Use one to write inspirational messages on.
*Follow instructions on the blackboard spray paint can when you created your recycled, reused S.C.R.A.P. project.
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Working on a very large chalkboard project? Or want to save a bit of money on chalkboard paint? You can make your own. Martha Stewart's recipe is shared here: New Chalkboard Paint Ideas