DIY Chalkboard Plate Charger Flower Wreath

INSIDE: DIY chalkboard plate charger door wreath with fabric flowers made from fabric scraps.

Use chalkboard paint to make a writable plate charger wreath | DazzleWhileFrazzled.comThere’s nothing I like more than taking Item A and transforming it into Item B. That’s how I felt about a metal plate charger, inherited from a relative’s house sale, that spent much of its new life sitting in our garage gathering dust.

As often happens for us, once we can no longer squeeze two cars into the garage, we find ourselves doing a weekend purge. And that is how this dusty plate charger was discovered!

With a can of chalkboard paint and a pile of fabric scraps, here’s how I turned a formerly silver plate charger into a writable front door wreath…

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DIY Chalkboard Plate Charger Flower Wreath

– Decorative metal plate charger (here’s something similar to what I used)
– Chalkboard paint + brush (did you know there’s chalkboard spray paint?)
– Piece of kids chalk (or check out these very cool chalk pens)
– Fabric scraps (or use fabric fat quarters)
– Variety of sized circle templates
– Sewing thread
– Sewing machine
– Hot glue gun
– Optional: Wall hook + heavy duty glue (I really like to use this brand of glue)

Decorate a Plate Charger with Chalkboard Paint
Give the plate (several) coats of chalkboard paint. Let dry in between layers.
Make a holiday chalkboard plate charger |

diy fabric scraps flowers

Step #1:
Gather your variety of fabric bits and pieces. (This project is only a small dent in my leaning tower of fabric – yikes!!)

While at it, go around the house and gather various sized circles to use as templates.
DIY Plate Charger Chalkboard with Fabric Flowers Wreath |
Step #2: 
Trace a variety a circles onto each piece of fabric. I made a total of 5 circles, from large to small.
Use fabric scraps to make fabric flowers to decorate a chalkboard plate charger |
Step #3:
Layer the circles on top of one another. Sew together in big (sloppy? carefree? looping?) circles.
Easy sew fabric flowers for plate charger front door wreath |
Step #4:
Heat up the hot glue gun and secure the various fabric scrap flowers onto the chalkboard plate charger in the layout you like best.
How to decorate a plate charger with chalkboard and fabric |

plate charger wreath with diy fabric flowers

Riffle through your kids stash of crayons, uncapped markers and bits of sidewalk chalk in order to write a fun little message on the chalkboard plate charge.

Glue a wall hook onto the back of the plate charger. Once dry, attach a ribbon through the hook to hang on the door or include as part of a gallery wall display.

Use chalkboard paint to make a writable plate charger wreath |
Turn metal plate charger into chalkboard sign and wreath |

Other Wreath Projects You May Enjoy:

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Curly Crafty Mom – Boho Chalkboard Hoop Wreath
Mom Home Guide – How to Make an Easy Burlap Bubble Wreath

Dazzled While Frazzled – Chalkboard Plate Charger Flower Wreath
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13 thoughts on “DIY Chalkboard Plate Charger Flower Wreath

  1. Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom says:

    This wreath is so pretty and I love how you upscaled an old item and made it new again! Those flowers are beautiful on it, too! I love how you sewed them and it doesn’t look complicated at all. I love simple crafts with my sewing machine!


  2. Leslie says:

    That is so cute! I have far too many chargers in my collection, and this would be a fantastic way to repurpose them. Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!

  3. Angie ~ Ambient Wares says:

    Love this! I’m always seeing chargers at the thrift stores and this is a great way to repurpose them. Love how simple and beautiful those flowers are! Thanks for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday! Pinned

  4. Tanya Derrey Bingham says:

    This is super cute Victoria!! I love the fabric flowers, what a great way to use some of the fabric on hand we all seem to collect 🙂


    xo, Tanya

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