Create Your Own Chalkboard Wall Calendar

Sometimes an exhausting day and too many things on your mind can make you forget some details, dates, hours or things like that .If you feel under pressure, you are in a hurry all the time, you are too busy there is the chance to skip something that you wanted to do it. It may happen to anyone, as it is not something related to age or the idea that your body and mind are not so fresh anymore.

There are helpful things which can make your days more arranged and organized like reminders on the phone, your fridge, a calendar or an agenda. All these items are excellent, especially for those who have not such a good memory of dates, who are in a hurry all the time or who have too many things on their head and still want to do everything they have planned to do. So, here it is a great DIY Chalkboard Wall Calendar that you can create on your own. First, you need to establish the wall you want to use, measure it and make a plan of how you want to look like.

You will need a foam roller, some tape and chalkboard paint which will help you create the wall calendar you need. Then you will tape the lines and begin painting. It is an easy project and you can also transform it into your family calendar so that every member of your family will not forget about the important things of their day or the special events of their life.{found on site ourfifthhouse}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on June 4th, 2012


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