How to do a quick chalkboard makeover using gold plastic frames easily found at thrift stores!
As I was getting ready for Glendale, and I was unable to build anything due to my shoulder injury, I was looking around for quickies! As most of you know one of the quickest projects involves a can of spray paint. I love how easy it is to change up some outdated décor with a simple spray of paint from a can. I could easily do that with a bum shoulder. I’ve always used Rustoleum chalkboard paint from the quart can. Recently I bought my first can of chalkboard spray paint.
Gold Plastic Frames
I still like the cheaper quart can of chalkboard paint, (I feel it goes further) but I LOVE the ease of the spray chalkboard paint. My niece Marie is the one who convinced me to try the spray kind.
This chalkboard sold at Glendale, the other is available at Unique Creations. You could also paint this plastic frame with chalk paint and add a glaze to bring out the awesome details. Did you know you can also use the brush on chalkboard paint in a paint sprayer? Using the chalkboard paint in my Finish Max gives an awesome finish. You can see how I do it in my post Finish Max Chalkboard Paint.
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