Chalkboards are an integral part of many interior design plans, commercial marketing strategies, and school lessons. But what happens if you don’t have a chalkboard?
The answer: chalkboard paper.
Pretty much exactly as it sounds, this one-of-a-kind “paper” consists of non-adhesive pieces of plastic that are perfect for writing or drawing on with chalk markers. Below, we share more about what chalkboard paper is and three ways to use it.
Practicing Numbers and Letters
When it comes to teaching little ones how to draw their numbers and write their letters, there’s nothing better than a chalkboard. Since this paper is designed specifically for liquid chalk markers, it’s easy to write on and easy to erase, making it a teacher’s (and a parent’s) dream!
Your kids will also love to draw on this special surface for fun. There’s no limit to what they can create: spaceships, houses, and even family portraits! The best part? Since cleanup is easy, parents won’t have to stress about spilled paint or other messes.
Unique Art Projects
Looking for something a little bit more unique to create art on? Tired of canvases, sketchpads, and watercolor paper? Plastic “paper” made from non-adhesive, chalkboard-like material is a fresh and one-of-a-kind way to create original artwork. From calligraphy to sketches, this medium is incredibly versatile.
Whether you plan to host a housewarming party, holiday gathering, bridal shower, or dinner party, nothing speaks of sophistication more than a charcuterie board. Chalkboard paper is a great way to display delicious fruits, nuts, cheeses, and crackers and label them accordingly.
In the same vein, you can use this unique paper product for wedding buffets, family potlucks, and chili cookoffs to label meals (and give special credit to their creators).
Not only do these displays look great, but they’re also functional!