The Timber Sandwich Board is a traditional rustic A-frame style sandwich with a chalkboard finish on both sides. 

The Chalkboard surface is a special self-adhesive vinyl we apply to the surface of the boards, it's not a chalkboard paint. The advantages are a smoother more durable finish, even colour, and works well with chalk sticks and most liquid chalk pens. We also provide a test piece of chalkboard vinyl to test the pens on to ensure they are compatible.

The signboard is made from an Aluminium Composite Material (ACM). These boards have a black Polyethylene core sandwiched between 2 thin aluminium panels which form the outer surface. The result is a smooth, strong, lightweight sheet which will not rust or deteriorate when used outdoors.

The timber frame is made in NZ from local timber, with is flamed and stained to give a rustic look.


  • Rustic natural timber finish
  • Large 570mm x 770mm writing area
  • Optional printed header for your logo
  • Chalkboard finish - suitable for either chalk sticks or liquid chalk pens
  • Rust free connections and hinges
  • Suitable for outdoor use
  • Easy to fold and carry
  • Made in NZ from locally grown timber


  • Custom sizes made to order
  • Optional timber stains available
  • Supply New Zealand wide


Height  960mm
Width 660mm

650mm when open

Visual Area 570mm x 770mm inside frame 
Weight 10kg

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