A MES­SAGE FOR EV­ERY POT

Country Woman - - MADE WITH LOVE -

BUILD A CHALK­BOARD—PER­FECT FOR RECIPE NAMES OR IN­GRE­DI­ENT LISTS—INTO YOUR SLOW COOKER.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

Slow cooker

Fine-grit sand­pa­per

Painter’s tape

Spray paint primer Chalk­board spray paint

Chalk or chalk­board mark­ers

DI­REC­TIONS

Re­move slow cooker in­sert, lid and knobs, mak­ing note of the set­tings that the knobs con­trol, as these may need to be re-marked on the painted cooker if de­sired.

Thor­oughly wipe clean the outer sur­face of slow cooker with a damp cloth.

Lightly sand the outer sur­face us­ing sand­pa­per.

Cover the bot­tom edge, han­dles, elec­tri­cal cord and any other ar­eas that should not be painted. Be care­ful when tap­ing the curved ar­eas, mak­ing sure the tape bonds to the sur­face so the spray paint can­not seep through.

In a pro­tected area, evenly spray outer sur­face with a thin coat of primer. Al­low it to dry thor­oughly.

Evenly spray outer sur­face with 2-3 coats of chalk­board paint, al­low­ing the cooker to dry thor­oughly between coats.

When last coat is dry, care­fully re­move tape. Reat­tach knobs; in­sert liner and lid. Write on the out­side of the slow cooker as de­sired us­ing chalk or chalk­board mark­ers.

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