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Faith Provencher

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Faith Provencher is a designer, writer and crafter with a passion for all things creative. She received her art degree from Skidmore… read more

Comments - 15 Inventive New Uses for Chalkboard Paint

faith-towers on Jul 15, 2013:

@Hannah great idea! 


Hannah on Jul 13, 2013:

You could use the chalkboard paint to turn the cover of a boring note pad/book into something you can draw on when bored.


faith-towers on Mar 07, 2013:

Thanks everyone... I know, isn't that clear chalkboard paint amazing? Et merci Fabyreve!


DesigningMom on Mar 07, 2013:

Just thought I'd add that I clipped this thread to Hometalk.


fabyreve on Mar 07, 2013:

Merci. Super bonnes idées. et bonnes recettes pour y arriver


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Fabienne


DesigningMom on Mar 07, 2013:

Oh I'm loving the clear chalk board paint. That's just too awesome for words.


Aidel.K on Mar 07, 2013:

This is such a fun roundup! I know I'm going to spend half the day clicking around to all those great links. (You'll tell my husband why it's scrambled eggs for dinner, right?) Thanks. Really.


faith-towers on Mar 03, 2013:

Good tips Mark, thanks for sharing your knowledge!


Pat L. on Mar 02, 2013:

Great ideas Mark!  Thank you.


Mark Cahill on Mar 02, 2013:

You can make the chalk more permanent one of two ways:
1) get liquid chalk. This comes in markers and different sizes. Finds the one that works for you.
2) wet the chalk board first with a damp cloth. This will effectively fix the chalk to the board. You will be able to remove it with a wet cloth.

I use chalk board contact papers to cover the fronts of my storage boxes then use a 5mm liquid chalk pen to label them.


Pat L. on Feb 28, 2013:

Great ideas, but don't forget chalk rubs off easily and is messy.  Anyone have a suggestion for setting it in place?


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