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Chalkboard Heart Wall Plaque

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This project features these great brands:

  • Chalkboard Logo
instructions

Other Supplies

Heart shaped wood plaque with holes, Jute cord, White and black wood beads, 14–20 6" strips of ½" wide Hot Pink and Black patterned broadcloth, Coarse Sandpaper, Chalk, Foam paintbrush

Instructions

  1. Basecoat entire heart Black. Let dry.
  2. Paint 2 coats of Hot Pink Chalkboard Paint on top of black, letting dry between coats.
  3. When dry, sand edges to give a worn look.
  4. Thread two pieces of jute through black and white beads. Refer to photo. Tie ends through holes in heart at desired length.
  5. Tie small strips of pink and black fabric as desired between beads. Note: ravel edges to look old before tying. Trim length after tying to approximately 1”.
  6. Chalkboard paint should cure 24 hours before using. Lightly rub chalk over surface to condition.

supplies

Apple Barrel ® Colors - Black, 8 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $3.99
Item available exclusively at Walmart

FolkArt ® Chalkboard Paint - Hot Pink, 8 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $6.99
Item available exclusively at Walmart

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