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Measure and mark the center point of the wall with a push pin. Knott one end of a knotted piece of string and place it around the push pin; place the other end of the string around a pencil. Holding the pencil taut at the end of the string, draw a circle on the wall.
She uses a level to draw four perfect quadrants.
Quads one and three are masked off with painter's tape; the tape edges are sealed with a thin line of varnish to prevent accidental paint bleed.
Using small rollers, roll on two coats of chalkboard paint inside the taped lines. Dry the first coat with a blow dryer to speed up the process.
When both coats of paint are dry, quads two and four are taped, sealed and painted with MagnaMagic Active Wall Primer. Two thick coats of the primer, which is infused with iron shavings, are rolled on the two quadrants.
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