Love Chalkboard? Have a boring stove backsplash? Read on.
Last year we were blessed to be able to purchase our own home. I’m not a super crafty person, but I love to decorate. So now that I actually owned a “canvas” I was all about putting my mark on it. And there are lots on opportunities for improvement at our place. The kitchen is laid out perfectly, but it’s not exactly pretty. It’ll be awhile before we can save up for an overhaul.
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So in the mean time, I decided to do a cute project that cost me nothing (because I already had some spray paint left over.) Our stove had this strange white metal sheet on the backsplash. At first I thought that our dear friends who painted for us had missed a large spot. Nope.
See, kinda weird, right?
Then I was struck with inspiration. What if I used my leftover Chalkboard Spray Paint
to give the backsplash a facelift? I figured if it were a disaster, we’d just have all the more reason to eventually renovate.
The process took maybe ten minutes. I probably should have spent more time taping and covering surfaces.
Thankfully it wipes off the counters. But still, I couldn’t believe how far out the paint cast its “shadow”. Now I know that if I’m painting indoors, I should most definitely use a Chalkboard Paint that brushes on.
Regardless, check out these results!
I’ve been convicted lately that I have GOT to memorize the Word. I desperately want to abide in Jesus. I can’t do a darn thing without Him. So I’m starting with John 15. And this is so in my face, I just can’t get away from it.
I hope this post inspired you to do a little revamp at your own place. If you’re looking for more information, pin along with me!
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