Saturday, 8 June 2013

Father's Day Chaulkboard Frame

This is a super cute project to make with kids for Father's Day. It is so simple too, with only a few supplies needed. And if you have been on the 'chaulkboard' craft wagon already, you might even already have the chaulkboard paint hanging out at your house. Once the frame is painted,  kids can unleash their wild creativity with doodles and drawings for Dad! And the artwork can be changed at the whim of the little artist too...that's the beauty of a chaulkboard.
Father's Day Chaulkboard Frame

Unpainted wood frame
Primer {I just used a coat of regular black paint}
Foam brush
Chaulkboard paint.

1. Prime wood frame. Let dry.
2. Follow directions on the chaulkboard paint for painting the frame. Let dry.
3. Let kids create their artwork on the frame.
I think any Dad would be thrilled to receive a frame filled with the artwork of  his sweeties!

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