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Not only are they great for adding personal touches to family rooms but they’re perfect for kids room’s too. You can pick up large vintage frames at charity shops for next to nothing, give them a spray with Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint and prop them against the wall. Bedrooms can become imaginary classrooms in an instant.
If you can’t find a picture frame quite to your taste, choose a mirror frame instead. All you’ll need to do is cut out a piece of MDF to size.
For a step-by-step guide, follow our easy tips below or hit play on the video above…
Place some newspaper down on a flat surface to protect from spray mist and place your MDF panel on top.
Following the instructions on the can, begin to apply to paint in light, even strokes, using a steady back and forth motion. It’s good to overlap each spray to reduce risk of paint lines.
Apply two to three coats, allowing the paint to dry fully in between.
Once the panel is dry, simply fit it back into the frame and get decorating with Rust-Oleum chalks!