Chalkboard Kitchen Sign-Baker
Every kitchen should have a chalkboard kitchen sign to display the evening’s menu, a grocery list, or a To-Do list for the chef!
Designed by Michaels® Design Team
- Pepperell Slate, 6-inches x 8-inches
- Creative Paperclay®
- Crayola® White Chalk
- Back to Basics White Bandana
- FolkArt® Acrylic Paint: Flesh, Brown, White, Black
- Craft Glue
- Paper Towels
- Low Heat Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Follow directions on Paperclay® package and create chef’s head and hands as shown or as desired. Let dry.
Paint face and hands with Flesh, mustache with Brown and eyes with White and Black. Let dry.
Cut 4-inch x 4-inch piece of white bandana, fold over top edge ¼-inch and glue into tube for hat.
Cut 2-inch x 4-inch piece of white bandana, fold into band for bottom of hat.
Glue chef’s head to top center of slate.
Glue hat to top of head. Wrap band around bottom of hat and secure in back with glue.
Cut two 4-inch x 3-inch pieces of white bandana, fold sides to center to create sleeves.
Glue hands to end of sleeve and glue hands to sides of slate as shown. Glue remaining sleeve to back of slate.
Use chalk to personalize.
Use photo as a guide and follow manufacturer’s instructions for all products used.
Paint the slate frame to match your kitchen if desired.