Monday, August 30, 2010

a simple Dollar Store craft

I started with a pizza pan (from Dollar Tree) and some chalkboard paint.  
Had the husband drill 2 holes in the top.

the pizza pan required LOTS of paint.  
The only drawback of this project was the waiting 
(for me, overnight) for the paint to dry.  
I had to apply a few more coats before it was all said and done.

I picked up some flowers from the Dollar Tree too (in addition to the ones I used for my BOO milk jug vases).  Snipped the tops right off.  Got out my handy glue gun.

Added a simple green ribbon, found a piece of chalk 

 I've got myself a super simple, super cute 
(and super cheap) 
chalkboard in the kitchen. 

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Jodee Leader said...

What a fabulous idea! That turned out so cute. I love the milk jugs too. I just did some damage at the Dollar Tree yesterday!

Hope you have a great week!

Kim @ Frost Me! said...

girl! you are so dang crafty! What an excellent idea!!!

hugs! Kim @
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Anonymous said...

Fantastic idea! I was wondering what to do with my old pan now that I use a pizza stone!

C.R.A.F.T. said...

great idea! i love the big circle! come on over and link up to MMM :)

Lorie said...


FrouFrouBritches said...

CUTE! Looove the sunflowers! How smart!

Leslie said...

That is GREAT!!!!!!
Love it.
Happy Monday

Jenglamgirl said...

ITS FLIPPEN DARLING, so glad you linked it. I love it. Last year I did a pizza platter Christams Advent calender. Its so fun. Enjoy your week. Jen

Lelan @ Good Gravy! said...


The Millennial Housewife said...

That is a great idea! I may have to try that one!

Kristi Flanagan said...



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MICHELL said...

I'm Loving it!! Thanks! Great tutorial!

Kaysi said...

cute!! love the sunflowers!

Cheryl said...

Well that is just too cute! Love that you were able to get the supplies at $Tree and quick and easy steps to make, thanks for sharing!

~Brandy~ said...

Very, very cool!! I may have to try something like this.

Heather said...

What a great idea I love that you used a Dollar Tree pan! This would make such cute gifts to. Thanks for the tutorial and thanks for linking up!

Theresa said...

I LOVE this! I just used chalkboard paint on some doors in our basement for the kids' "classroom" and was thinking how fun it is to work with...hmmm...what else should I cover with it??? LOVE it!!!

Christy said...

Very cute! I love the flowers on top!

Mama.Mommy.Mom. said...

Cute! No I have the irresistible urge to go troll the aisles of my local Dollar Tree!

Anonymous said...

This is a really great idea. You could also use an old pizza pan, maybe one with a few scratches in the surface will allow the paint to stick and dry a little better and faster!

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Hi, I stumbled on your blog and think this is a fabulous idea! Thanks for sharing it!

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