At a garage sale last weekend I got this pizza board for 25 cents. I didn't know what I was going to do with it, but I knew that something would come to me. My husband said I shouldn't have bought it, that it would probably just sit in our garage, but that afternoon I already started my little chalkboard/pizza board project.
I simply decided to make it into a chalkboard for our kitchen/dinning area. I painted the board with a few coats of none other than my tool of choice this week...chalkboard paint.
Then primed it and got to work writing one of my favorite verses on it. I quickly grabbed a nail and my hammer and hung it in place.
Yet once it hung there, it looked lonely. It looked like it needed something more...but what? Of course...twine. What doesn't need a little twine? So I pulled it down and added some twine to the handle and rehung the board.
What an improvement! It needed a little texture and a little color.
It is a perfect addition to our kitchen and dinning area. It is also a great reminder of truth for me when my living room gets a little out of control-yes Christ is sufficient for me!
Thanks for tuning into June's 5 Days, 5 Ways where we are exploring DIY chalkboard projects. Be sure to take a look at day 1's project and we will see you tomorrow!