Chalkboard placemats- so fun! These are easy to make- Just an old placemat or thin plywood and a bit of blackboard paint. Great rainy day project with the kids.

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Chalkboard placemats- so fun! These are easy to make- Just an old placemat or thin plywood and a bit of blackboard paint. Great rainy day project with the kids.

Kat van knopen geplakt op dun hout. Cut any shape out of thin plywood and glue buttons on.

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Kat van knopen geplakt op dun hout. Cut any shape out of thin plywood and glue buttons on.

Or A Frugal DIY Version From iKea Kura Bed

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.: DIY PLANKED FLOORS I purchased this primer and made a mixture of 1 part primer // 3 parts water and white washed the floors using a paint roller with a broom handle. This was the easiest part. That was once I realized that the wash is super thin and splashes all over the place if you aren't careful.

.: DIY PLANKED FLOORS I purchased this primer and made a mixture of 1 part primer // 3 parts water and white washed the floors using a paint roller with a broom handle. This was the easiest part. That was once I realized that the wash is super thin and splashes all over the place if you aren't careful.

Pieces of walls I cut out of pretty thin plywood.  I buy the plywood sheets at the regular big box hardware stores.   It costs about $11 a sheet.

Pieces of walls I cut out of pretty thin plywood. I buy the plywood sheets at the regular big box hardware stores. It costs about $11 a sheet.

Using a crab basket lid, I attached a piece of thin plywood to the top. I painted a crab shell with the Maryland flag design, then glued it to the board. Natty Boh beer caps were squeezed in half to make the legs and claws of the crab, and Natty Boh caps formed the front claws. Perfect for a deck for the Baltimore crab lover!

Using a crab basket lid, I attached a piece of thin plywood to the top. I painted a crab shell with the Maryland flag design, then glued it to the board. Natty Boh beer caps were squeezed in half to make the legs and claws of the crab, and Natty Boh caps formed the front claws. Perfect for a deck for the Baltimore crab lover!

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