Chalkboard signs are great photography props. They work for any type of photo session and can be reused over and over again!
- Measuring Tape
- Spackling Paste
- Chalkboard Paint
- Use any size frame. I used an old frame that I picked up at a yard sale. You could purchase a new frame or even reuse an old cabinet door.
- Cut the plywood to fit inside your frame.
- Sand the edges of your plywood. And make sure it fits in your frame.
- I used a beat up scrap piece of plywood. To smooth out the surface, I covered it with spackling paste.
- Once you have a thick layer of dry spackling, sand the surface with a fine grit sandpaper.
- Paint your plywood with chalkboard paint (or chalkboard spray paint), you’ll need a paint roller, not a brush. Once it has dried, attach your chalkboard to your frame with nails or glue.
If you’re doing a smaller chalkboard frame you may want to add a ribbon/rope to the top for hanging or attach a wooden stake for an outdoor sign. If you enjoyed this post, please follow me on Pinterest!
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