Let’s Talk Chalk :: Chalkboard Labels for Organization (+ a Giveaway!)

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Let's Talk Chalk is a mother-daughter Etsy shop selling vinyl chalkboard labels in all sorts of shapes, from the traditional to the playful. They are one of my lovely blog sponsors and recently sent me an assortment of their labels to try out and review. Thank goodness, too, because I needed some labelling action in the art studio.

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Here's what they sent: an assortment of chalkboard labels, a chalk ink marker, a larger chalkboard wall decal, and look! A pair of chalkboard earrings!

At least that's what I thought they were…

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I thought, "Wow, chalkboard earrings. What an interesting idea!" and, "I bet those would make a great conversation starter at a party!" So I used their handy dandy write on/wipe off chalkbaord marker and wrote "Hi!" on one earring and "My name is Jean" on the other and tried them on.

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What do you think? Pretty neat, huh? 

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Leave it to them to make chalkboard jewelry.

And then as I was writing this post, I took another look at their shop to link to the unique earrings, and guess what I found out? They're not earrings! They are a set of chalkboard wine glass charms! (Let's Talk Chalk sells a lot of wedding and event chalk labels.)

Okay, feeling a little silly, I took the wine charms off my ears (but you know, they really did make pretty cool earrings!) and moved on to the studio with the rest of the labels…

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I added chalkboard labels to all the Ikea bins that hold our paints.

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And the fun little bird, owl, and Mickey Mouse chalkboard labels went onto to our buckets of art supplies along the bottom shelf.

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A few different chalkboard labels went on the jars of sequins and beads.

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And there we go. A nicely organized studio (and a big thanks to my friend Darlene for helping to clean and organize it!). The green chest is full of who-knows-what though. I think it's time to order some fun labels so we can tell exactly what's in each drawer. Maybe some more little birds (my favorite!) or possible these small labels.

But wait! One last thing… We're heading to the kitchen now…

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I used the large chalkboard wall decal on the inside of a cupboard door as a place to write down grocery list items as we think of them or run out. That pucker on the side is because there's some hardware there. I could have moved the decal (they all are easily repositionable), but decided this was the most convenient place for it.

Do you need some chalkboard labels to help you get organized?

Some chalkboard earrings, err, wine charms for your next party? Or wall decals for lists and notes? Let's Talk Chalk is currently having a "buy 2 get 1 free" sale on everything in their shop (just add a note when checking out telling them what you'd like for your freebie). Plus, they will send a 15% off coupon to anyone who likes them on Facebook. (They will watch their likes and send you the coupon via Facebook.)

Let's Talk Chalk is a small business owned and run by Pattie, Lisa, and Jamie
—a mom and her daughters. Here's what they say about themselves: "We create chalkboard designs for your wedding or event, and vinyl chalkboard labels for your home storage and organization needs. Our eco-friendly chalkboard labels that last up to 5 years and, unlike other labels, they don’t leave a residue when they are removed from a surface."

To connect with Let's Talk Chalk, you can add their Etsy shop to your favorites, like them on Facebook, e-mail them at Pattie @ LetsTalkChalk.com (they accept custom orders, btw), follow them on Twitter, or check out their Pinterest boards (and also their Chalkboard Wedding boards).

GIVEAWAY!

Let's Talk Chalk is offering a $25 gift certificate as a giveaway for one lucky reader. To enter the giveaway, leave a comment to this post by Tuesday, October 16th 11:59pm EST. The winner will be chosen by random number generator and announced here on Wednesday (I will also e-mail the winner). This giveaway is open to readers anywhere in the world.

Good luck!

Giveaway now closed.

The random number generator gave me #144, so Heather wins the Let's Talk Chalk gift certficate. Congrats, Heather! (I'll e-mail you…)

Heather said…

Really Cute idea!

 

The chalkboard labels and products were sent to me for free to review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. says

    Ha! I’d take chalkboard earrings over wine glass charms any day of the week. Of course, my ears aren’t pierced any more and we haven’t a wine glass in sight. But you get the idea. (:

  2. Lauren O'C says

    oooo!! I’d get that large wall decal. And the moustaches. And the owls…because what a great way to ‘put a bird on it!’

  3. Hillary says

    Wow those are so cool! 8m going to be organizing my pantry/ laundry room soon and boy would those be useful!!

  4. alex says

    I have all my dry goods in canning jars lined up along the back of my counter and THIS is just what i need to label them all! fantastique! pick me random number generator! LOL.

  5. Alisa says

    These are an amazing product. I am definitely going to be checking them out and have added them to my Christmas shopping list for my sister who is the queen of being organized. Thanks for sharing…Alisa

  6. Amy Osborn says

    These labels are a great idea! I really love the grocery list (bigger label) Just what I need and I like that it can go inside a cabinet.

  7. [email protected] says

    such cute labels!!!

  8. ethel says

    I just bough a bunch of glass food storage for my food pantry..I could really use these to label them :) thanks for the giveaway

  9. Kate says

    Your earrings are cracking me up! Thanks for sharing the humor with us! My love to be organized often overcomes my desire for my children to explore with arts and crafts (to my discredit), so this seems like a great solution to encourage both! Thanks for the giveaways!!

  10. lili says

    I would LOVE to win this to try out since i’m currently reorganizing my house and need new labels!

  11. Jerilyn says

    What person who dreams of being organized wouldn’t love labels? And in such fun shapes! Love these!

  12. says

    So many great ideas for using chalk! Love it. I would have so much fun making the difficult decision of just how to use $25 when I really want one of everything!!! What a wonderful dilemma to be in.

  13. says

    Just got invited to my first bridal shower in more than a decade, and I was wondering what would be a unique and useful gift for my nephew and niece-to-be. Would sure love to win this prize, but will pop over to their site and shop around either way! P.S. LOVE the bit about earrings, Jean. :P

  14. Tammy says

    Great way to label containers and get organized! We also have found chalk board spray paint to be a fun way to decorate pumpkins.

  15. katie says

    i love the birds, too but all of them are so fun. i am a little (ok a lot) OCD and i label EVERYTHING!!! :p
    PS i forgot to add that i was hysterically laughing out loud about your earrings!!!

  16. mayamama says

    let’s get organized!! i love chalkboard paint but this is an excellent idea!! thanks for the chance

  17. [email protected] says

    Wow, the possibilities are endless. What a great product.

  18. says

    Just found your blog this morning… SO many fantastic ideas here!
    I’ll definately be adding this blog to my morning coffee blog reading sessions!
    The Let’s Talk Chalk products look fantastic! :)

  19. andrea says

    oh! i have that shop marked in my etsy favorites! and it would be a lovely treat to win–esp since the giveaway closes on my birthday :-)

  20. Ann says

    Too fun as earings! I have a bunch of blank panels in my kitchen area that could use the larger decals for shopping lists, spelling lists, etc…

  21. Maris says

    I love the ides of a chlk ink marker, much better than chalk and I’d love to get some labels

  22. says

    went to her etsy shop to look things over and they look super. I think these would be super to help me get a little better organized in my own studio. By the way, love the green cabinet Jean.

  23. A Huntington says

    They looked great as earrings! Love how organized your studio space looked with the lables everywhere.

  24. says

    I have a couple pieces of chalkboard contact paper that I cut into rectangles and have been using as labels. These are much, MUCH cuter. :)

  25. Michelle says

    I was just considering purchasing some decals to label my bulk foods. These are so cute and re-useable to boot!

  26. sheila says

    what a fun and practical way to straighten up the messy corners of the house. let’s get organized!

  27. says

    These look great!! I could really use some of these as I am always changing things around and re-organizing. I love your shelves of supplies by the way!! I may have to try that when I re-organize here in then next few weeks.

  28. Michelle Layton says

    So cool! I have been thinking about chalkboard paint for the whole wall; now I may have to rethink this project.

  29. Craft Chrissy says

    Chalk board labels look so cool – love the reversal of white on black – makes you take notice. Designs are cute too, better than the boxy look all the time. Creative labels for a creative woman! Thanks for giving me a chance towin a set.

  30. jessica says

    I love the lables and all the amazing stuff you can do with them my kids would love the mickeymouse ones.

  31. Rachel says

    Oh, how cool. What a great idea. I would organize up a storm if I won! Please, let it be me…

  32. Rose says

    My wheels are turning with all the possibilities…I am always trying to think of ways to get better organized. These would be super helpful!

  33. Janelle j says

    Searching everywhere in Japan for chalk board paint, but alas. Wanted to smuggle it back from my recent trip to Australia too. Is this my answer? Oh yes please! So fabulous! Xx