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20 Fantastic New Ways to Use Chalkboard Paint

Chalkboard paint has taken the DIY world by storm, with it’s modern feel and so many options to create interactive kid decor and activities, what’s not to like? Here are 20 ideas for fantastic ways to use chalkboard paint to liven up your home and to create awesome decor, toys, and accessories. Check them out and get inspired…

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  • Organize a Dresser 1 of 20
    Organize a Dresser
    Help a tot put his own clothes in the right spot with labeled drawers.
    Learn morehere.
  • Build Blocks 2 of 20
    Build Blocks
    Turn simple blocks into an imaginary city.
    Learn more here.
  • Label a Pantry 3 of 20
    Label a Pantry
    A perfect way to organize your staples.
    Learn more here.
  • Decorate A Pumpkin 4 of 20
    Decorate A Pumpkin
    Paint a pumpkin with chalkboard so you can color it again and again.
    Learn more here.
  • Update an Armoire 5 of 20
    Update an Armoire
    Take a vintage piece and make it look new again with an allover paint job.
    Learn more here.
  • Repurpose a Baby Food Jar 6 of 20
    Repurpose a Baby Food Jar
    Recycle those glass jars into labeled storage containers or place settings.
    Make your own, or purchase for 9.99 on etsy here here.
  • Create a Headboard 7 of 20
    Create a Headboard
    Paint a gorgeous headboard with minimal costs.
    Learn more here.
  • Build an Interactive Table 8 of 20
    Build an Interactive Table
    Turn an old coffee table into a new play area.
    Learn more here.
  • Create a Circle Board 9 of 20
    Create a Circle Board
    Define a space where coloring on the walls is okay.
    Learn more here.
  • Cover a Candle 10 of 20
    Cover a Candle
    Make your own or buy a chalkboard coated candle.
    Snag these for $25 at West Elm.
  • Label a Party 11 of 20
    Label a Party
    Use these labels for any aspect of a party buffet.
    $11 on etsy.
  • Make A Mini Board 12 of 20
    Make A Mini Board
    A travel chalkboard keeps the kids occupied.
    Learn how to make one here.
  • Use A Portable Tablet 13 of 20
    Use A Portable Tablet
    These chunky tablets are an old school iPad.
    Get a trio of tablets for $58 on etsy here.
  • Create a Bathroom 14 of 20
    Create a Bathroom
    Chalk creates visual interest that really makes this bathroom unique.
    Learn more here.
  • Mark a Table 15 of 20
    Mark a Table
    Use colored chalkboard paint to label a table.
    Get the free download here.
  • Label A Votive 16 of 20
    Label A Votive
    Turn a simple votive into a place setting.
    Learn more here.
  • Create a Life Size Grocery List 17 of 20
    Create a Life Size Grocery List
    Love this interactive way of keeping chores in check.
    Learn more here.
  • Leave a Lunch Note 18 of 20
    Leave a Lunch Note
    Love the idea of a new love note in your kid's lunch box every day.
    Learn more here.
  • Play Bingo 19 of 20
    Play Bingo
    What an adorable game for family night.
    Learn more here.
  • Get Colorful 20 of 20
    Get Colorful
    Learn how to make your own chalkboard paint in any color you like for just a couple bucks.
    Learn how here.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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