What ever happens to chair legs or armrests? What happens to the off-cuts of wood that never make it to being a completed bit of furniture? Does anyone know? Well Beller knows what happens to those pieces of Norwegian wood that don’t get used.
As you regular readers know, I personally love a handmade gift. And this would be just up my alley, it’s a great idea for a housewarming gift or a hostess gift. And the best thing about this chalkboard platter, it requires very little skill and only a little bit of patience to create.
The DIY requires a cheap (don’t tell the receiver it was cheap) porcelain platter that you can get from any number of thrift or secondhand stores, a paintbrush, porcelain chalkboard paint. If you are an absolute stickler, you can use painters tape to keep the edges neat and straight, but it’s not necessary.