How to Make a Chalkboard: A Recycling Craft Project

Peggy Hazelwood, Fun and Learning Go Hand in Hand

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6 Lessons (12m)
    • 1. Introduction and Welcome

      0:37
    • 2. Supplies Needed to Make a Chalkboard

      2:35
    • 3. Painting the First Coat of Paint

      3:40
    • 4. Painting the Second Coat of Paint

      2:15
    • 5. Curing the Chalkboard

      1:34
    • 6. Closing and Class Project

      1:05
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15 of 15 students recommend this class
Laura Whittington

Knitwear Designer, Crafter, Textile artist

I love recycling ideas such as this. Very easy project. Thanks
Debbie Hart

Artist and Designer

Quick, straightforward class with a clear, easy demo on how to make a chalkboard out of pretty much anything. I'm happy to learn that there's such a thing as chalkboard paint, and I love Mr. Tomcat as well! :-)
Pam Phelps

Creative Homemaker, Foodie, Artist, & Crafter

Lovely Idea; I love chalkboard anything, this will be fun. Great Class
Jane And Sonja

Nature-Inspired DIY, Craft and Home Decor Bloggers

So fun. Think I need to use this method to make some door hangings from driftwood for the cottage!