One is Grigri Charms, and one is Metal Casting. The book has many more than
these two samples. No drums.
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Subject: making chalkboards
From: MaryAnn Kohl <email@example.com>
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How do most of you on our mailing list make individual chalkboards...
Do you just spray chalkboard paint on squares of Masonite board?
Anything different to it than this?
Any suggestions for making them work well??