How To Marie Kondo Your Kitchen With Rust-Oleum & Dunelm
It’s time to give your kitchen an organisation overhaul that Marie Kondo would be proud of with Rust-Oleum.
In this simple DIY we show you how to create customisable chalkboard labels for kitchen storage with Rust-Oleum Chalkboard spray paint.
Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Paint creates a tough and scratch resistant writable/wipeable chalkboard surface on a wide range of substrates, including glass.
Adding personal touches to storage solutions is guaranteed to spark joy in your kitchen by making ordinary objects both beautiful, functional and bang on trend.
The Rust-Oleum paint used in this make is available from Dunelm stores and online.
What you will need:
- Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Paint, Black
- Storage jars
- Masking tape
1. Using masking tape, mark out the shape for your chalkboard labels, covering any area you do not wish to paint.
2. Move the jars to a well-ventilated space and place on top of a large dustsheet or some old newspapers. You may want to cover the surrounding area with additional dustsheets /newspaper to protect from spray mist.
3. Holding the can approximately 30cm away from the jars. Apply up to two coats of Rust-Oleum Chalkboard spray paint. Allow each coat to fully dry before applying the next.
4. Once fully dry, remove the masking tape and label away!