OK, I’m finally getting with the Chalkboard Paint ideas. The more I see I’ve come to love them.
Thanks everyone for linking up your great ideas every week to the linky partys. These round-ups come from the party’s & sometimes other great finds .
Check out all these great ideas. Click the link above the photo for the original web site. Don’t forget to Pin the ones you may need now to use later later. Comment below which ones you love the best.
Kitchen Spice Storage Framed In Chalk
Framed with Chalkboard paint. Very clever.
Chalkboard paint As a table runner or place cards cute & easy to change if needed.
I think my son would have fun with these ;DIY: Chalkboard Mug
I have some Chalkboard Labels on order already. I couldn’t find them at our local hobby store…
In my quest to find the perfect fall wreath to make, I have found these fifty wonderful wreaths for some great ideas. I just love them all. most are cheap to make. we all love that, right? Most of them have instructions to make them. The others are just for good inspiration. Just click through the links below & Enjoy…
Check out this black glittered pumpkin my friend maid for me! she made other really pretty ones too. I got to pick which one I wanted. I only wish I had photos of the others to share with you.
She made this with a simple dollar store pumpkin. paint glue or modge podge all over the pumpkin, then sprinkle the glitter on the glue. let this dry. them she added the string of silver beads. Sooo pretty!!
Dollar Store – Solar Lamp $3.00 Total Cost plus the glue I used.
I bought all these items at the local dollar store.
-floral rocks (flat on one side)
The jar has a glass see through top & also has a seal, so hopefully won’t leak. Not that it matters really.
The Solar lights are the small ones that come with a stake to put in the ground. Just twist the stake a little to remove it from the lamp part. I used E-600 glue to glue it to the top. Any glue that works on glass should work. You will need to wait about a day or so with it upside down, for the glue to cure enough.
I also suggest using the same type of glue for the glass beads. I did use a glue gun on mine, because it was so much faster & I didn’t want to wait for them to dry. But, one of the glass beads fell off in the heat outside.
Once all together set outside to soak up the sun & enjoy.