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Chalkboard Picture Frame
Supplies you will need:
first, remove glass piece, and set aside for possible future project.
(trust me, you’ll be thanking me later! just don’t end up on ‘Hoarders’)
note: i will not be held responsible for possible (probable) hoarding. i had to learn
the hard way!
then, paint your poster board/cardboard with a coat of chalkboard paint. let dry for
about 20 minutes. go have a smoke break, reblog some shit, or bake a cake. then,
come back and paint another coat (you can’t paint it too thick!)
finally, go eat your cake, or go on stumbleupon and stumble different crafts.
make a list! after 20 minutes (use a timer, time flies when you Stumble!)
your paint should be dry to the touch. i personally would still wait a little while
before writing on it. once it’s okay to write on, go ahead and frame it! if you want
to write a quote or draw a picture for display, you can use the glass piece so it’s
protected and ready to be admired!
paint + (pet) rock = endless creations!
great for decorations or paper weights :)