My First Project With Duck Brand Deco Laminate

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I received the rolls of "Duck Brand® Deco Laminate and thought long and hard about what I wanted to do as my first project. I decided that since I don't have a blackboard, that I would create one with the blackboard Deco Laminate and use it with my fall decor.
While I was at it, I adhered it to a cheese board. That was a nice touch for my dining room.
Though I don't have a Cricut machine, the Deco Laminate is compatible with projects you might want to do on that.
Duck Brand® Deco Laminate comes in 10 inch by 20 inch rolls, and in various styles and prints, so there are many projects you can make with this product.

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  1. Brenda, it looks interesting. Is it washable?

  2. Oh it's a roll of chalkboard paper! I wasn't sure at first what it was but I clicked on the link. They have wipe-off also. That's very handy! You can make all kinds of shapes with that.

    You have such neat handwriting!

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  4. I will have to give this a try on a project I have for the Kitchen. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Such an easy way to make a chalk board. I love Duck brand products and think it's great they keep coming up with new products.

  6. Love this product! It's amazing what people come up with!

  7. I, too, couldn't figure out what it was until I saw another comment...makes a good-lookin' chalk board....

  8. Love how it turned out but have never heard of it.


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