Welcome to the less than 30 min craft project for beginners! Okay well actually it's a review of the Kassa Chalkboard Contact paper, but it turned into a 30 min with drying time craft.
So I was given a roll of the Kassa Chalkboard Contact paper with the instructions of try this out and review it. Well I decided how best to review it but to actually make a really cute craft and I needed Menu board/grocery list board in my kitchen so totally a two birds kinda moment.
In order to make a similar board to the one above here is what you need:
1 roll Kassa Chalkboard Contact paper
1 laser cut wood frame found at Michaels or another hobby store. (If you have a lot of vintage or thrift stores look for old picture frames with similar styling or mirrors. I have seen them repainted and hung in a similar fashion for beautiful and unique chalkboards!)
1 acrylic or spray paint of choice (I chose to go with acrylic because this was a craft my 6 year old and I did together. She is honestly the creative one out of the two of us and went with teal.)
1 package of scotch brand Velcro mounting stickers
Here is what we did and yes it was this easy!
Since I promised to review it for quality this is what I can say specifically about the Kassa Chalkboard Contact paper. It's pretty thick, not so thick that it isn't very pliable but thick enough you don't rip it easily and definitely need to use scissors. It wipes off fairly cleanly with the wipe they supply, but also with a sock or a paper napkin. At about 10$ a roll right now on Amazon you can complete the whole project under 20$, but if you find a great frame at a thrift store you can recreate some of the gorgeous ones from Etsy at a fraction of what they are charging! And also have another 4 ft left to make a few more for gifts! This is a great option an easy way to Chalkboard up your house.