I used Valspar Chalkboard spray paint to cover some inexpensive glass vases. It was a really simple process and I was pleased with the results. The finished product was nice and smooth. I wrote a monogram on each vase and covered *just the monogram* with hairspray to seal it. That left the rest of the vase to be decorated and changed by the recipient however and as often as they wanted. Just an FYI, if you make this project, when I sprayed the sealant, the monograms became very light until it dried. I would not expect the monogram to hold up to much washing. But how much washing does a chalkboard vase need?
I also had these hinged jars. They're a lot like old mason jars. Since I had chalkboard paint left over, I removed the metal hardware and sprayed these two jars as well. I gave one to Trish for her birthday (along with a "I eat glitter for breakfast" Tshirt).
I finished up with three small magnet boards. I had purchased them at The Christmas Tree Shop ages ago. I always want to spell that shoppe. I hot glued magnets to some neat flat, white, glass pebbles I had. Those were gifted to my mom, step-mom, and mother-in-law. I was a little disappointed in the texture and am not sure if it was because I painted metal, the weather the day I worked on them, or because it was nearing the end of the can of paint.