DIY | Chalkboard Boxes

We have this really, really, really tall closet. And well, I’m 5’5″, so I can’t really reach the stuff at the top. I had this brilliant idea to purchase these canvas boxes to store all our stuff neatly, but there are like a million of them and now I can’t remember what is in which box.

DIY to the rescue!

I had some leftover chalkboard paint and decided to paint squares on the boxes so we could write what was in them. Surprisingly, it’s the firstĀ creative thing I’ve done in a long time, so I’m pretty proud. Humor me.

What You’ll Need:
Rustoleum Chalkboard Paint

What You’ll Have:
Square shaped dish or stencil

What You’ll Do
Turn your box face-up on the side you are going to paint on.
Trace the plate or stencil in the spot you want to paint.
Shake the chalkboard paint, open it up and dip in your brush.
Start a-spredin’ the paint and carefully round the corners.
Let dry 24 hours.
Label away!

You’re done!!

I know, I know — your life is now complete. You’re welcome.

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