Here’s a cool way to transform your kitchen fridge into a big chalk board. I highly like this idea except I’d like a whiteboard instead but still a good DIY to know.
So, how is a chalkboard fridge made? Very easily, in fact, as long as you have a bit of time to spare. You could finish the whole project, for instance, on a weekend if you started on Saturday night and spent most of Sunday intermittently painting the fridge.
You’ll need some coarse sand paper, masking tape, a small can of primer, and a bucket of chalkboard paint. My local hardware store only carried chalkboard paint in black, but Home Depot offers it in a dozen or more colors, ranging from green to pink. I chose a shade of green called “schoolhouse green” because it reminded me of those bygone days when schools still used chalkboards instead of whiteboards.