How to Make a Chalk Message Board from a Bathroom Mirror

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 How to Make a Chalk Kitchen Message Board from Bathroom Mirror from Marty's Musings

What can you do with an old bathroom mirror? Turn it into a family favorite chalk message board for the kitchen!

Why, yes, this is a before picture of our ugly, ugly bathroom. Take special notice of the mirror because it’s going to surprise you!

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When we remodeled our bathroom we tried to repurpose  everything that might have been thrown out otherwise.

First save? The mirror/door to our medicine cabinet.

Plain and boring looking, we had another plan for this baby! 

The first step? spray the entire mirror, frame and all, with a white aerosol primer.

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Supplies you’ll need?  Chalkboard spray paint and painter’s Frog Tape. 

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Tape off the wooden edges with frog tape all the way around the frame.

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The frog tape protects the frame  from any overspray. 

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 For this project Tim sprayed 3 coats of the paint.

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Peel off the tape, let dry for 24 hours, rub all over with the side of a piece of chalk, erase and you’re done!

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It’s the perfect addition to our made over kitchen.

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You can see how fun this is on the wall of our kitchen.  

 How to Make a Chalk Kitchen Message Board

I love that we kept the knob, although my DIY hubby replaced it with a more vintage one he had lying around.

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My recent favorite? My husband’s message to me after returning from Haven. Feeling the love!

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Want to see some additional projects from the kitchen? Simply click on the pictures below to be taken to each post.

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Painted Kitchen Table from Marty's Musings

Linking with: DIY Showoff, Between Naps on the Porch, The Farmhouse Porch, Savvy Southern Style, Crafty Scrappy Happy, Remodelaholic, Shabby Art Boutique

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Comments

  1. I love this project! What fun! So happy to have gotten to spend some time with you at Haven!

    Have a wonderful and blessed day!
    karianne

    • It was good to see you again, too, Karianne! You’re just an amazing bubble of happiness and cheer! Thanks so much for being an encouragement to others.
      Marty

  2. What a fun idea! I’ve been wanting to make a chalkboard out of something, using an old mirror is a fantastic idea!

  3. Marty, what a wonderful idea!!! I just love the idea of turning an old bathroom mirror into a functional and (pretty!) chalkboard. Plus, what a sweet message to come home to! Thank you so much for sharing and pinning! Have a fabulous Friday and a great weekend.

  4. What a great repurpose project, Marty!

    Thanks so much for sharing at this week’s Project Inspire{d}~ pinning to the party board!

    Hugs,
    Mary Beth

  5. What a clever and creative use of the mirror. Love it. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  6. Marty this is too cute! What a great idea for all of those older mirrors I have just packed up! Thanks

  7. Marty,
    This was just the post I needed! I have a large mirror that i wanted to do this to and now I know how!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

  8. Marty, what a cute idea. I have a ton of mirrors around the house, I should turn one into a chalkboard.
    Xoxo
    Denyse

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