Ideas for Magnetic Chalkboard Sheets

We have lots of magnetic chalkboard sheets at the ReStore in Gurnee but we'd like to crowd source some fun ideas for the various uses of this material. What ideas do all you Hometalkers have for us?
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Brand new magnetic chalkboard sheets
  11 answers
  • Christine Willson Christine Willson on Sep 19, 2014
    Looking forward to everyone's ideas

  • Teresa Teresa on Sep 19, 2014
    You could frame it or do a whole wall with it! Cover the front of your fridge!

  • Trisha Martin Trisha Martin on Sep 19, 2014
    If you have children or teens- why not cover the backs of their doors or closet doors? Teens especially have things they want to display or dates to remember. And younger children love the chalk and love to hang pictures and cards and other treasures.

  • Trisha Martin Trisha Martin on Sep 19, 2014
    Make one for your inside of a cabinet in your kitchen to remind yourself to purchase: diapers, cupcakes for Friday, etc.

  • Mssmatch Mssmatch on Sep 19, 2014
    These would stick to my steel door. I would give my grandchildren colored chalk and let them go at it! Then they could take them home and put on their fridge

  • April Riggs April Riggs on Sep 19, 2014
    You could use them to make designs on your washer and dryer.

  • Mel Hansen Mel Hansen on Sep 19, 2014
    make a tabletop out of them for home, sunday school, day care or wherever. Place magnetic numbers, pictures, letters and or chalk and let the imagination sources begin!

  • Rebecca Leeman Rebecca Leeman on Sep 20, 2014
    Frame it & use in your craft room to hold little metal containers(altoids, etc) which house: buttons; grommets; small scrapbook supplies; etc, etc, etc.

  • Carole Alden Carole Alden on Sep 20, 2014
    I used to be a pre school teacher and in the old days we'd make felt stories but when these came out, I would make a copy from a color book or story that I have, take a black magic marker and trace around the picture and then glue it to a heavy paper, color and cut out and glue mag. to back. I might even use a colored paper to copy it onto in the first place. This way, it made the figure more sturdy and I could then allow the children to use them to retell the story. They listened better when they knew they could act the story out later during their free time. I would store these in zip lock bags. The three and four year olds loved these.

    • Mssmatch Mssmatch on Sep 21, 2014
      I still do this in Bible school....and 70 yrs ago when I was little......

  • Mssmatch Mssmatch on Sep 21, 2014
    Where is the store? I could sure use 10 or 20! I would stamp and cut out designs and numbers for my mailboxes

    • @Mssmatch Our store is located in Gurnee, IL - so it may be a bit far from you! However, please do check out your local ReStore, they may have some items fit for a crafty person!

  • Mssmatch Mssmatch on Sep 23, 2014
    my ReStore is 1 min away, I am up there all the time but haven't seen any mag pieces yet...once I got an electric piano for $1.98 cause I had a coupon...:<)