DIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board

DIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board | redleafstyle.com

At some point all baking sheets look like they’ve suffered through some kind of baking battle. They’re battered, stained and no longer shiny. When you decide your baking sheet deserves a permanent break from the oven, why not transform it into something new for your home?

It’s super easy to turn a worn out baking sheet into a handy magnet board. Made of metal, the board is naturally magnetic. And, all you need to take it from crusty baking sheet to slick magnet board is a coat of paint.

I picked this baking sheet to transform because it already had holes on each end—perfect for easy hanging. After a coat of paint with leftover teal paint I had sitting around, I didn’t spend anything to make this board.

DIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board | redleafstyle.comDIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board | redleafstyle.comDIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board | redleafstyle.comDIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board | redleafstyle.com

Hang your do-it-yourself magnet board in the kitchen to hold recipes and notes, or use it in any other room like you would a bulletin board.

DIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board | redleafstyle.com

What do you think of this project? Would you give a try? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments…

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3 thoughts on “DIY Baking Sheet Magnet Board

  1. This is such a cute project! I have a couple old baking sheets that definitely look like they’ve been through a battle themselves. I have been in need of a few new ones for a while now and this little project is the perfect excuse! What kind of paint did you use?

    • Thanks so much Brittany! It is a super easy project with big impact! I just used some paint I had on hand. I think it was Valspar. I’m not great at spray painting, so I usually paint by hand, but you could do either. I would definitely do multiple coats. Hope it turns out well!

  2. This is such a cute project! I have a couple old baking sheets that definitely look like they’ve been through a battle themselves. I have been in need of a few new ones for a while now and this little project is the perfect excuse! What kind of paint did you use?

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