26 March 2013

DIY: Chalkboard Cheese Stone

When my dad called me and said he had a bunch
of slate tiles that he was giving away, I immediately thought
about painting one for a cheese stone! It's literally the easiest
DIY in town....pretty sure a 5 year old could own this one.

For the record:
I will never turn down a good cheese plate, delicious bread
and/or crackers and some snacks to go along with it.
I know you all wanted to know that desperately!

To get started...

What you will need: slate tile of your choice, chalkboard paint, foam brush

Make sure you lay some newspaper or any kind of paper down before you get your paint on. 
Just squeeze about a silver dollar size worth of paint on your stone and start brushing away!
Add more paint as needed. Do one coat and then let dry. Once it has completely dried, 
apply a second coat for maximum coverage.

Writing on the uneven slate can be hard 
(especially for those who write like child...I may or may not be talking about myself).
Just have a damp paper towel around in case you need to re-write 
anything. The chalk will wipe right off.



Leanne Van Breda said...

This is the most fantastic idea. Thanks so much, I'll definitely be making use of this. Dad's are the best, aren't they.

Love from South Africa


Heidi said...

Cute! Love me a good cheese plate. -Heidi http://fabricandfrosting.blogspot.no/

Closet Fashionista said...

Oh wow! That is such a clever idea! It came out great :)

A Fine Balance said...

Oh wow! I absolutely love this idea! I could totally do this! A Fine Balance

Kayla Gilbert said...

This is so cute! And looks super easy to DIY! : )


Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

i've done this before for BBQ's

Cara said...

this looks beautiful, such a good idea!
xo Cara

KendallVerde said...

so cool!! I love this! X www.dippedinyellow.blogspot.com

Jessica Dean said...

What a wonderful idea! What magic it would perform for the hostess when unexpected guests pop over. I do think that I will be adding this to my “to do list”. I need all the “hostessing” help I can get. :)

Nancy said...

such an awesome DIY =)


Monique Bellavia said...

Such a good idea! Love this!

Brooklyngal said...

Love this idea!


Studying with Stilettos said...

Such a cute and easy idea! I love this. Great blog! Check mine out!



Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

Great DIY! Your new blog header is chic!

Karen Angel Shaun Wolchinsky said...

I know you'll think it's crazy but what great X-Mas gifts, right. The foodies on my list would love it. DIY Saturday.


Leah said...

Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

jamie @ [kreyv] said...

LOVE this! I'll be featuring this Thursday on my [so cheap, so easy] series. I'll link back to your original post. Thanks for the idea!


Sharon said...

Is the paint food safe when it dries? Will any brand of chalkboard paint work?

Karen said...

Wondering if paint is food safe and how permanent it is? I envision it chipping off when guests are cutting off a slice from a block of cheese.

rommelxaine said...
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rommelxaine said...

This turned out great!! Love it, love it, love it! And, I'm thinking breakfast at your house sounds good ;)

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Marina Kingston said...

I totally agree, indeed writing on uneven board can be really hard like shared at the topbenchgrinders.com site. A very much appreciate post this just is, thank you for share on cheese as a chalk board post.

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