Chalkboard Table Chairs

Chalkboard Table Chairs

Crafting Time:
  • Varies
Skill Level:
  • Beginner
Project Courtesy of: Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores
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Additional Information



  • FolkArt Paints:
    • High Definition acrylic: Jamaican Sea, School Bus Yellow, Christmas Red, Turner Pink
    • Shiny acrylic: Wicker White
    • Chalkboard: black, hot pink, red
  • Plaid Simply 5"x8" stencil value pack
  • Paintbrushes: 1" & 1/2" flat, #1 liner, 1/4" & 1/2" stencil
  • Foam brush
  • Youth table and chairs set
  • 1 sheet white craft foam
  • Four 1-3/4" wooden balls with flat bottom
  • Transfer paper
  • Ruler
  • Painters' tape
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Craft knife or scissors


  1. Paint all table and chair components before assembling.
  2. Measure and draw a 12-1/2"x16" rectangle in center of table top. Mark off twelve 4"x4" squares within rectangle.
  3. Tape six alternating squares. Refer to photo. Following Chalkboard Paint application instructions, paint the six squares red. Allow to dry. Paint remaining 6 squares hot pink. Tape off rectangle and outer edge of table. Paint border black.
  4. Paint chair seats Christmas Red.
  5. Measure 2-1/2" from bottom of table legs; tape. Tape the rungs on chair backs and sides. Paint exposed areas Licorice.
  6. Remove tape. Paint rungs, ends of table legs and outer edge of table Jamaican Sea.
  7. Refer to photo. Apply stripes to edge of table, rungs and ends of table legs Wicker White with the 1/2" flat paintbrush.
  8. Transfer scroll pattern to chair backs. Paint Wicker White. Stencil small daisy element on chair seats and table top in Wicker White and School Bus Yellow.
  9. Using oval petal stencil, apply one Christmas Red and one Turner Pink to middle of scrolls. Paint dots on table with opposite end of brush.


  1. Paint four wooden balls School Bus Yellow. When dry, apply Jamaican Sea dots with opposite end of paintbrush.
  2. Stencil large daisy element in Shiny Wicker White on white craft foam. Repeat to create four daisies. Leave 1-1/2" space between each. Allow to dry.
  3. Carefully cut out daisies leaving 1/4" border. Refer to photo. Glue foam daisies to tops of chair backs. Glue painted balls to center of daisies.