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How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard

We made it to day 5 of our Thrifting Painting Challenge! I hope that you have had fun transforming 5 projects and learnt somethings along the way too. For our final project we are going to see How to Paint A Stamped Chalkboard. This project is the same clients and the chalboard will be going in her craft room.

How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Supplies Needed:

  • Your Thrifted Item
  • Americana Black Board Paint
  • 2 of your favourite paint colours – I used Fusion Mineral Paint – Champlain and English Rose
  • IOD Decor Stamp – Rose Toile
  • IOD Ink – Stone Gray
  • Brayer
  • Brushes – I used Cling On! S30 and R12
  • 120 grit sandpaper
  • Fusion Mineral Paint – Wax
  • Wax Brush – I used my Madeline Medium
  • Craft Knife
  • Painters Tape
  • Scrap wood 
  • jig saw
  • stable gun

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 1 – Using the painters tape, tape off the rope. The padded area of this notice board had already popped out so using that as a template trace onto your scrap wood and cut out using a jig saw. Then using a craft knife cut around the egde of the material framed area and remove. Lightly sand back the wood underneath.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 2 – Give your scrap wood two coats of chalkboard paint. Letting dry in between each coat dry completely.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Painting Time!

Step 3 –  Using your Brush, give 2 coats of Champain to the framed area letting each coat dry in between.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 4 – Using your other brush give the rest of the frame and the 2 hearts 2 coats of paint letting each coat dry completely.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 5 – Lay out your stamps face down onto the board. Pop out some ink and load up your brayer. Using transfer film pick up your stamps and apply ink to the stamps. Flip and lightly stamp. Let dry.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Repeat!

Step 6 – Apply the same method to stamp the hearts. 

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 7 – Season your chalkboard.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 8 – Distress the entire piece to your liking. Then using your wax brush apply the wax. Pop your chalkboard into the frame and secure in place with your stable gun from the back.

 

Project 5 of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge | How To Paint A Stamped Farmhouse Chalkboard | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

And that my painting pals brings us to the end of our 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge!! I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have. You guys have inspired me so much by sending me all of your beautiful finished projects. I hope I have inpsired you too.
Be sure to leave me any questions below and I look forward to seeing you at our nest challenge.

Happy Painting!

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