If you're not a fan of a messy fridge and you have
a blank wall just begging to be beautified, a DIY
magnetic chalkboard just might be in order.
My dear hubs doesn't like clutter (which is why
we are a perfect match) and so, to drive this DIY to
the finish line...I started to "clutter" up the space where
I wanted the magnetic chalkboard to go, by taping
the kids artwork and school papers to the wall with
Washi Tape...it worked!
2-1X4 Pine Fence Boards
3X2' Sheet of 1/4" thick Aluminum
Black Chalkboard Paint
(Leftover) White Paint
He started by cutting the fence boards down to size
and adding angles for the corners. Clamped it all
together and then painted the metal board with several
layers of Chalkboard Paint. The frame was painted
white with some leftover paint. The magnetic
chalkboard is held behind the frame with metal
brackets on each corner and he also taped around the
board, so the back would be smooth. Heavy duty metal
hangers hang this heavy duty project straight into
the studs. We had the metal filing baskets and added
them to the wall for extra school papers.
The frame size is 42-3/4" X 31" but you can
customize it to fit your space.
The perfect way to organize all the papers and crap
from collecting on the counter, yipee!