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Hanging Magnetic and Dry Erase Board

By: Stacey Williams

The Best Blogger Craft Ideas 2014Visit Stacey at Busting Stitches.

Your baby's room won't be complete without this Hanging Magnetic Chalkboard. Be sure to leave some space in a nursery for wall decor crafts like this one - it's a great way to add a personal touch. Use magnetic paint and meaningful embellishments for this unique home decor craft. While it takes a few days to complete this project, the piece itself will turn into a keepsake and last a lifetime.

You can find this project, as well as many other fabulous blogger projects, in our new eBook, The Best Blogger Craft Ideas 2014:  Decoupage, Sewing, Jewelry Making, and More free eBook.  Download your own free copy today!


  • David Tutera Rhinestones
  • Fiskars Scissors
  • I Love to Create liquid fusion
  • Tulip Fashion Glitter
  • Plaid Chalkboard paint
  • Mod Podge (paper and matte)
  • Tulip beads in a bottle
  • Hardboard, wood, and scrapbook paper
  • Phoomph and fabric
  • Rustoleum magnetic paint
  • Rustoleum dry erase board paint
  • Nails and staple gun
  • Wooden shapes
  • Magnets
  • Clothespins
  • Frame hangers



  1. Nail wood frame together.
  2. Paint seven coats on both 27" x35"  in hardboards.
  3. Cut scrapbook paper into random shapes and paste each piece individually with modpodge. Apply a coat of the matte mod podge when finished.
  4. Apply five coats of dryerase paint to one board and 2 coats of chalkboard paint to the other.
  5. Drill boards to the frame and add picture frame hangers.
  6. Take wooden shapes and glue magnets and/or clothes pins to the ones of your choosing.
  7. Apply phoomph to some of the pieces. Press firmly. Then apply fabric. Cut the shapes out. Apply rhinestones to edges of those shapes.
  8. Apply rhinestones to some of the clothespins.
  9. Paint one shape with dry erase paint and the other with chalk board paint.
  10. Hang the frame and add the magnets.

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