If you're the type to go big or go home even AT home, consider painting an entire wall and using it as a blank canvas for chalk drawings:
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Should obsessive organizing be more your fetish, consider chalkboard paint for your cabinet doors, so no one will ever again need to wonder what is in any given cabinet. And heaven forbid someone tries to put something in a space where it clearly doesn't belong! Now, you don't even have to do the work of letting them know something was put away incorrectly, because your cabinet will tell them first. What a win-win.
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Is just labeling your cabinets not enough? Can clarity of what goes where and belongs to whom go even further? Yes! Yes, it can, and these are two examples of where chalkboard paint may have actually gone TOO far:
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Hopefully, it's safe to assume that neither you nor your offspring need quite that much direction in the bathroom, so we will now leave you with a few more normal, but still creative, uses. Like, for example, painting over a globe, because we all know geography is totally thrilling... and the only way to make geography even more enticing would be to paint over your home globe and try to sketch it out in chalk yourself! But you know what's really funny? It's pretty impossible to find a globe done over in paint that anyone has drawn the world back on to! Apparently, this is the ideal spot for random notes and messages.
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And now for the winner of Most Interesting Use of Chalkboard Paint: Mad in Crafts Blog has redone a pair of shoes with it, and if nothing else, they are unique!