and then…well, i had no answer for her. because i never used it.
i promptly dug it out, and painted all my wineglasses.
and then anything else i could get my hands on in my whole kitchen. because that's how cool this stuff is.
paint ordered here
first all my wineglasses…
i did two coats on everything. you really need to hold it up to the light to make sure you’ve covered everything you want covered.
then i got itchy paintbrush fingers and started prowling the kitchen. i found my trifle bowl…
and marked off a rectangle with masking tape…
and had at it. this one ended up needing three coats.
the three tiered serving piece my sister-in-law gave us. (hi sister-in-law! don’t be angry! i love it!)
three edges—taped off and painted. bam.
then everything got it’s turn in the oven—350 degrees for 30 minutes.
do i love it?
(who has two thumbs and needs to learn how to spell radish???)
oh yeah. i love it.
(did ya notice this in my baby shower post?)
i’m not done. not hardly. i used not even half of one bottle, and i bought two.
i even started a whole pinterest board of chalkboard ideas (check it here). some of my favs:
the chalkboard lunchbox love note
chalkboard blocks for the kiddos
and this is just cool (not very practical though)
and, if you’re not ready to completely commit to chalkboard paint EVERYWHERE, did you know they make this:
BOOM! chalkboard CONTACT PAPER!
so whaddaya think? any other chalky ideas you can throw at me?