And I love it even more when said project idea takes all of five minutes to complete.
So. If you've been paying attention, you know that I recently made a big fat chalkboard out of a door. (Not a bad project ifIdosaysomyself.) That's all well and good, but big fat things like chalkboards come with accoutrements. Chalk, erasers, that sort of thing. And that sort of thing can be ugly.
I had an inherited eraser from my parents' basement. (Classic school house style - much worse than the one shown above.) I banged it clean on the brick wall of my building and gave it a home next to my chalkboard. Sure, it was useful, but certainly not beautiful.
Then, in a burst of inspiration, I decided to doll it up with a sheet of pretty paper and a little Mod Podge!
Simplest decoupage project EVER.
Here's a closer look at the red and gold paper I used:
Now I keep looking around my apartment for other simple things to spruce up.
Nothing is safe. Nathan should protect his forehead. You never know what I might decoupage next!