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To make this chicken door stop I used the template kindly offered by Bake and Sew. I adjusted the sizes in mine to make it a little larger by adding 4 cm on each …

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Chalkboard paint crafts

Submitted by on February 2, 2015 – 6:46 amNo Comment


I am totally addicted to chalkboard paint. It is great on many surfaces including walls and doors, but I adore it for crafting. I used it to transform an old oven tray into a blackboard, which is great to organise your weekly tasks or to to make a family schedule for your house chores.


These simple yet smart mason jars are my favourites so far. They are great to organise and store small objects, I filled them with some of the crafts material I collect. Simply write the content with chalk and when you want to use them for something else you can easily wipe the writing with a wet cloth and start again.

storage tins

I also painted a few tins and though they look nice, writing on them is less easy because the surface is not flat.

You can find chalkboard paint in any hardware store, art and crafts shops or you can order it online.

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