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  • Katie O'Bar

    chalkboard paint on flower pots

  • Kaylee Sorensen

    Potted herb garden and label with chalkboard paint

  • Monique Webb

    Centsational Girl » Blog Archive » 20 Creative Ideas for Mother’s Day Gifts Cute flower pot idea.

  • Chiara Stellacci

    Previous pinner said, "Try adding chalkboard paint to ceramic pots! See the rest of this backyard makeover: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/porch/outdoor-rooms/colorful-backyard-makeover/?socsrc=bhgpin051012"

  • MARÍA JOSÉ TORRADO

    HUERTO CASERO- Summer Party Planning Tips

  • Julia Dimakos | Beets and Butter

    Paint a small rectangle of chalkboard paint on the side of your pots, to identify each herb planted. Cute idea! (Better Homes & Gardens)

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