Wednesday, November 11, 2009


A few weeks back, why trying to make my way through our attic, I came across this old box that used to be in Hannah’s nursery. I sat it aside in my pile to donate to Goodwill.

Then it dawned on me that I might be able to transform it into something she would like today.

Got my BFF chalkboard spray paint and watermelon spray paint out and got busy.

I removed the legs and painted them watermelon. Then I applied several coats of chalkboard spray paint to the main box.

Cut out a paper stencil of a peace sign and placed it on the top of the box. Lightly spraying with a spray adhesive. Then generously sprinkled on my Martha’s Super Fine Glitter.

Now she has a hip new keepsake, chalkboard box she will use.


  1. I have done that so many times - put it in the "out" box and end up bringing it back "in"! Thanks for sharing.


  2. You didn't tell us how she liked it! Cute.

  3. What a great project! It turned out so cute. I've had a great time looking through all of your make-overs. Thanks so much!


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