Repurposed Headboard Into Chalkboard

An old headboard makes a wonderful chalkboard that really packs a visual punch. Use it indoors or out, to greet visitors and friends to your home. Click on the link to see the full project and post at Knick of Time.
Propped against a tree, this headboard chalkboard is a fun way to greet visitors to your home!
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  • Marsha
    on Oct 27, 2013

    I've seen so many cool ideas for using old headboards. This one is terrific, good idea! Is it sealed to withstand the weather?

  • Kathryn Botard
    on Oct 27, 2013

    This is so charming and I love the corn field in the back ground.

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