Okay, is this brilliant or what?  It’s a pendant necklace that features a tiny chalkboard!  Cat from brideblu used chalkboard spray paint to turn a blank, beveled pendant into a completely customizable piece.  The spray-on chalkboard paint is usually a little cheaper than the brush-on kind, and it dries quicker.  Alternatively, of you want to put a permanent message on your pendant, you could use flat black spray paint instead of  chalkboard paint, then use white acrylic paint to paint your design.  Wouldn’t it be a perfect back-to-school gift for your favorite teacher?  [how to make a chalkboard pendant necklace]

Project estimate:

  • Pendant blank, on hand or $1 and up
  • Chalkboard paint, about $4 and up
  • Chain, on hand or $1 and up
  • Ribbon, on hand or $1
  • Masking tape, on hand
  • Newspaper, on hand

Total:  about $4 and up