Wednesday, May 5, 2010

perfect chalk board!


My grandma gave me this old cabinet door and i was in love with This idea, so i had to make one, i love it!

14 comments:

Mandi said...

Sooo cute, Amanda! I LOVE IT!

Kendall said...

Ooo, love this chalkboard! Did you refinish the cabinet door or was it already distressed white? It looks really great! Hey thanks for checking out my little foyer makeover today. No, I did not make the big ball, but I've seen the tutorials on how to make with a balloon. I think Young House Love was where I saw it. I paid $5 I think for that ball. Darn, I could have made it. For shame, for shame!!!

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