Properly clean and dry your baking sheet. Scrub away as much leftover caked-on grease as possible so you’re left with a smooth surface on your cookie sheet.
In a well-ventilated area and with the surface protected, spray paint one side of the baking sheet at a time. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on the spray paint can for best results.
Repeat on the opposite side. Leave to dry for 24 hours before proceeding to next step.
You can use either side of the cookie sheet for this magnetic board. I chose to use to underside since it had the smoother surface.
Once fully cured, cut leather straps (or ribbon) twice the width of the baking sheet plus an additional few inches for tieing.
Wrap the strap around one end of the baking sheet as shown with the “wrong side” of the cookie sheet facing upwards. Securely knot the strap in place and trim away the excess length.
Repeat on the opposite side.
For decorative purposes, you can tie an extra row of leather strapping or leave it as is.
Cut two pieces of leather strapping (or ribbon) approx. 36” long each. Fold each piece in half forming a loop in the middle. Thread the loop underneath the tied strapping and pull the ends through the loop fully.
Repeat on the other side.
Tie the two ends together to form a triangle ripe hanging.