And with the remaining paint, I made these…
(the beautiful model was not made with the paint, she is the product of my older brother.)
The kitchen chalkboard is my favorite creation. We write little messages on all the holidays and sweet inspirational quotes. It never is blank.
KITCHEN CHALK BOARD:
8*10 frame (I used the boxed Ribba frame Ikea sells)
Chalk board spray paint
Take the glass out of the frame and paint a coat of primer on it. Allow it to dry and then evenly spray 2-3 coats of the chalk board paint, letting each coat to dry for up to 12 hours in between.
Chalk board Paint
Tape the rim of the pots with the duct tape and spray 2-3 coats of the chalk board paint onto the pots. Allow to dry evenly before you attempt to peel the duct tape off. This also works if you want to do just a chalk label as seen in the Orchid planter. I recommend you also tape a plastic bag around the rest of the planter to protect it from getting the paint on it.