Posts Tagged ‘beadboard’

RevBead® Menu Board – Part II

Friday, March 31st, 2017

In continuation of our RevBead® menu board project, black chalkboard paint was applied to one side of the cut RevBead® panel. The framing pieces were cut from a strip of trim moulding and lightly sanded on the edges.  We chose red as our frame color and two coats were applied.  Once dry, the painted pieces […]


Friday, July 8th, 2016

Part III: Our Colonial flag project has finally come to completion.  We finished painting the stripes and the circle of stars, but we wanted to achieve an antiqued look to the flag.  So when the paint was thoroughly dry, we used some fine grit sand paper to lightly sand the surface of our flag.  Then […]


Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Part II: In preparation for the Fourth of July weekend, we have made great progress on our Colonial flag project this week.  After cutting our piece of RevBead® plywood beadboard panel to the desired size, we lightly sanded the edges and rounded the corners.  We then taped off our sections for the block that will […]


Friday, April 22nd, 2016

It’s time to clean house, start working on those crafty projects, and get outside to prepare the flower beds and vegetable gardens. RevolutionPly®, which is a fine alternative to lauan (luan) plywood, and is perfect for creating indoor and outdoor garden signs for your flowers and plants. And RevBead® is great for beautiful and easy […]

Tips & Tricks for Painting Beadboard

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Do you have a craft or DIY project that will include beadboard? Not sure of the best technique for painting beadboard? Check out the tips and tricks below to help you achieve the painted finish you desire. Use a large dry paintbrush to dust all the grooves so you have a clean and dust free […]

Beadboard is Back and More Popular than Ever

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Part 3 – Beadboard for crafting Let’s get crafty! There are so many ways to use beadboard in your craft projects. Here are just a few neat ways to incorporate beadboard in to your craft repertoire. Beadboard picture frames. With pre-primed and smoothly sanded sheets of 4’x8’ beadboard you can make several frames in multiple […]

Beadboard is Back and More Popular than Ever

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Part 2 – Using Beadboard for ceilings and soffits     Installing beadboard is an easy and economical way to update your ceilings and soffits for a fresh new look. It can be painted or stained depending on the interior and exterior look of your home. 1)      A beadboard ceiling can add unique texture and […]

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