Yes, chalkboard...actual wipe away and rewrite chalkboard paper. It's a dream come true for a person, like me, who likes to change things all the time. No need to make a new label...just erase it!
Here's where I used it first. My work bench. Old table with a mismatched hutch on top. It's a great work place. Tools are right there and the table is the workbench
I LOVE tools. I keep them in these buckets from Tractor Supply Store. These pails are cute and cheap...I think $3.50 each
but they are much cuter with chalkboard labels!
The only problem is my third grade hand writing. Lol
I also used the labels under my table for my fabric filing.
I have a big file cabinet for quilting fabric, but these boxes are the over flow that didn't fit.
Cheap cardboard file boxes, turned inside out to show the natural cardboard look so they all match and then use file folders to hang your fabric on.
Click HERE for the original fabric filing post.
How to make your own Chalkboard Labels...
The paper was about $5.00 for the roll at Michael's Craft Store.
Draw on the back of the paper.
and then cut it out.
Just peel off the backing paper.
Ok, this look was a NO go for me. It looks like the pail is shouting at me!!
I used the rectangle design instead.
Ahh, much better.
Just had to retrace the shapes
Much better...no shouting pails.
Girlie tool box...nothing better!
The possibilities with the chalkboard contact paper are endless...
- canning jars for gifts
- canisters in the kitchen
- recycle tomato sauce jars for storage
- drawer fronts
- kid's toy baskets
- put on the refrigerator for notes to the family
- frame a piece of it for notes
- cover the kids playroom wall with it just for fun
I think you can find larger rolls of this on Amazon. Just have fun with it!
Have a great Tuesday,