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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Fun Chalk Board Find



I answered the Junk Call again today and found this lovely.



The thing that appealed to me was the tray beneath the chalk board, but I had to do something about that stained bulletin board that was attached.



I considered cutting it off but decided to cover it instead, with a piece of Burlap.



I liked it so much when I was done that I decided to keep it.



Now What do I write on it?



What would you write on it?

12 comments:

Dawn said...

Oh, I would absolutly write on it. I love it. I have a few chalkboards around here. One on my craftroom door. One on my hallway door and I love to collect quotes. I change the quotes out every so often, holidays, when I find one I really like! It looks so cool with the burlap and is that an ole map you have the chalboard attached too! It's just quite lovely!!!!

the thrifty ba said...

how about 157 days until christmas!

ChRiS said...

your favorite quote...or your blog title......i write quotes i see and like right now i filled mine up with all spice names (seen a subway art done ) so i copied on chalkboard.

Attic Rat said...

An awesome find and wonderful makeover.♥

Happy hunting,
Teresa
<)))~~

smith kaich jones said...

Oh, anything and everything and then you just erase it all fast fast when someone comes through the door! LOL! I LOVE chalkboards! Love that impermanence. (Perhaps I should talk to someone about that.)

xoxo
Debo

Vanessa {Bloom Right Here!} said...

LOVE that chalk board! The burlap is a great touch. I like to write favorite scripture verses on my chalk boards.

Farmchick said...

I would write quotes on there. And, change them depending upon my mood! LOVE that chalkboard.

Garden Place Design said...

You can write " Bring On The Junk!!!!" lol I love it.

Angela said...

Love it...I'm with the others that say write your current favorite quote. Mine is, "Until further notice...celebrate everything!".

Country Gal said...

I just want to say I love your blog. I enjoy collecting old things as well, they tell a story and have history. ( one person's junk is another person's treasure !)

Calico Rabbit said...

"Creativity is the power to connect the seemingly unconnected." William Plomer

Great piece! Love it!
Hugs
Kerri

Red Shed Girl said...

How about "Margo is Brilliant!"
Valarie

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