Introduction: Chalkboard Door Sign
this is an easy project with so many possibilities. if you're not a fan of painting you can always podge letters and pictures to the wood.
kids can even make their own door sign :)
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cut your wood to the size you want your sign to be. home depot and lowes will cut wood for you if you don’t have your own saw.
tape the edges using painters tape. paint inside the tape with 2 or 3 coats of chalkboard paint. sand lightly between coats with fine sandpaper.
remove the tape and paint the border with any colour and or pattern you like. I used deco art americana paint.
I used word art on my computer for the letters and transferred them onto the wood using graphite paper available here and at most craft stores.
paint the letters and use the same method as step 4 to add any pictures you want on your sign.
you can either use eyelet screws or drill holes through the wood to add wire, rope, chain or ribbon to hang the sign. I drilled holes and used wire for this sign and added beads to the wire. I also painted and glued on a little piece of wood trim to hold the chalk. I used PL premium glue. It’s tough stuff.