Creating Personalized Art (Part 2)

We all either have children or used to be children, so we are all familiar with the inherent desire children seem to have to want to write and draw on walls.

It’s a babysitter’s worst nightmare…the children in your care somehow get a hold of an indelible marker and begin to create their masterpiece on the living room wall and you panic trying to find a way to clean it off before the parents arrive home.

Well, here’s a way to bring out your inner child and create unique and reuseable wall art at the same time.

You simply head out to your paint store or local Home Depot and pick up a can of Chalkboard paint, that’s right, chalkboard paint.

For about $25 you can turn  any 100 square foot wall into a chalkboard.

A chalkboard wall can be used in a kitchen to write messages, recipes or shopping lists or it can be used in any room as a blank canvas for you to create your own masterpiece.  Draw cartoons, doodle, anything that flows from your heart, then when you want a change, erase it and start over.

It’s another great way to create unique and personal art, right, literally, on your wall.

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