Creative Project Kids Love Chalkboards And The Bigger The Better Whether It S To Play A Quick Game Of Tic Tac Toe Or To Draw A Picture Your Children Will Be Drawn To And Drawing On This Chalkboard It Is Also A Great Place To Tape Paper For Painting Or Leave A Little Reminder Your Lunch Is In The Fridge
Creative project kids love chalkboards and the bigger the better whether it s to play a quick game of tic tac toe or to draw a picture your children will be drawn to and drawing on this chalkboard it is also a great place to tape paper for painting or leave a little reminder your lunch is in the fridge is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by luis with ID 1795099396 was uploaded on 10-03-2019 and has been viewed 230,297 times.
Chalkboard Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo The construction of this project is fairly straightforward; the writing surface is ¼" plywood set into an oak frame.The sides of the frame extend below the writing surface to form the legs.
Two such frames are then joined back-to-back with hinges, making this a portable, yet stable writing surface.A chalk ledge with routed recess is attached to both sides adding a nice finishing touch.It also cleverly conceals the boot lace which limits how far you can spread the legs.
If you prefer to hang your chalkboard on a wall, simply use this plan as a basic guide.Make only one side, and do not extend the sides below what is needed to frame the writing surface.Select MaterialWhen selecting lumber for this project, there are a few things to keep in mind.
This design calls for four long pieces of oak that form the sides of the chalkboard and the four legs.Choose boards with the grain running parallel to the long axis of the board and that don't have any knots.
Be sure the boards are straight and flat, or thick enough that you can make them so.Use a jointer and thickness planer....