Chalkboards. Wipe Boards. Magnet Boards. All a means of communication — with versatility & creativity! I favor chalkboards — check out my oversized kitchen chalkboard! Anywho, I thought I’d share a super easy and fun Plywood Chalkboard with you today.
Supplies for Plywood Chalkboard:
Step One: Create a template for the outline of your chalkboard. You can add some fun edges or keep it square, whichever you prefer.
Step Two: Trace or sketch the outline of your template onto the plywood with a pen or pencil.
I like to finish the job up with a fine sand paper too — for smooth edges.
Step Five: Use your drill to make holes in board for your twine or ribbon.
Step Six: Prime (I used a spray paint primer) and paint. For the pictured chalkboard I used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Napoleonic Blue. Use a chalk paint of your choice, especially if you’re wanting to use this as a chalkboard.
If you don’t want to use this as a chalkboard, use acrylic paint and add a vinyl monogram, quote, etc.