I am trying to utilize every possible inch of storage in this fairly decent sized closet.
Here is the back of above mentioned closet door.
Door taped off.
Those are my front door decorations for spring hanging above. Remember every. possible. inch. Really no rocket science here.
I used a level and drew out a rectangle with just eyeballing for size.
I still have lots of chalkboard paint from this project and this project.
Here's a tip when painting on a vertical surface with this paint.
Use light coats.
I am impatient and thought one thick coat would be better than a bunch of thin ones, but after repainting over runs and drips, I learned my lesson-for now.
Just because this is the back of a door in my decorating closet doesn't mean it has to be utilitarian.
Of course a simple chalkboard rectangle wouldn't be enough for me.
When I was looking for the chalkboard paint in the garage I ran across a quart of Crabby Apple! (from my front door and Scarlett) It was begging for me to take it off the shelf and of course my Cricut was feeling loney and wanted to play so...
I found a branch I liked, used the fancy corner option and put one on each corner of the chalkboard.
Next I broke out the Crabby Apple and brushed it on using an artist's brush.
I waited an excrutiatingly long 5 minutes and removed the stencil.
Then I waited another excruciatingly long 10 minutes and then I added my To Do's and Ideas! Now maybe some of those ideas will actually make it to fruition!
Gotta go get cracking on that list!