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Chalkboard Garden Walls?

If you lived in England in the early 2000’s you might remember when painting walls ‘Ground Force’ blue was a thing. When I came across these images by Janne Peters, I immediately thought, why can’t charcoal chalkboard be a 2015 version of the same?  And then if your garden vignette is missing something, you don’t have to go buy something at the store, you can just draw it in.
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images by Janne Peters


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  1. I’m a huge fan of chalkboards, so incorporating them into gardens is such a cute idea to me. I think this would be a great idea for people with children! They could label which plants are which, as well as, allow the kids to decorate the wall and personalize it themselves!

  2. Claire says:

    This idea is so versatile, the chalkboard could be a painted wall, a framed board, hanging, hidden or otherwise. Shape and colour is also open to interpretation. if being used for children, one board per child?

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