Towel Markers

Do you ever wonder who didn’t hang up their towel? These chalkboard towel markers are a simple way to keep track of whose towel is whose.

Easily keep track of whose towel is whose with these cute chalkboard towel makers. (They're great for guests, too!)|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

Chalkboard Towel Markers Materials:

Mini-chalkboards (These can be found at most craft stores right now. The smaller chalkboard tags that I used came from the scrapbooking section.)
Chalkboard Marker
Wooden Embellishments, if desired (These come pre-painted from the wood section of craft stores)
Hot glue gun if using wooden embellishments

Easily keep track of whose towel is whose with these cute chalkboard towel makers. (They're great for guests, too!)|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

Directions for Chalkboard Towel Markers:

Just write a name on each towel marker with the chalkboard marker. If you wanted to add the wooden embellishments, hot glue gun them into place.

Easily keep track of whose towel is whose with these cute chalkboard towel makers. (They're great for guests, too!)|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

The only thing I didn’t like about the chalk marker that I used was the width of the point.  It took a little getting used to.

Easily keep track of whose towel is whose with these cute chalkboard towel makers. (They're great for guests, too!)|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

The chalkboard marker cleans up great with a wet cloth, so if you make any mistakes, you can just wipe it off and start over again.

For the Master bathroom, I labeled the towels “His” and “Hers”. This would be perfect in a guest bathroom, too!

Easily keep track of whose towel is whose with these cute chalkboard towel makers. (They're great for guests, too!)|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

Easily keep track of whose towel is whose with these cute chalkboard towel makers. (They're great for guests, too!)|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

Since these chalkboard tags are so easy to clean off, they could also display fun seasonal messages or the names of overnight guests in a guest bathroom.

Do you use chalkboard decor? Will you be making these towel markers? I would love to hear from you. Please scroll down to comment.

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3 thoughts on “Towel Markers

  1. Hi Anna! Very cute idea! It looks great and I’m loving seeing pictures of your new house! Just curious, if the marker can wipe off with a wet cloth, will a steamed up bathroom cause it to run? If so I guess you can just always re-write it:) great idea to pass on to my kids as they have kids…our need for towel space is diminishing!

    • Pam, so far the chalkboard marker has not run in the steamed up bathroom. If it gets wiped by a wet towel, I am sure that the lettering will get smudged, but again, so far this has not been a problem with mine. You can use regular chalk too, which might withstand high humidity better. Thanks for your comments!