Frequently Asked Questions

Chalk it up Designs located in Buninyong Ballarat, Also servicing locally Geelong, Melbourne, Bendigo, Warnambool, Colac and Victoria and by delivery Australia wide. 

Can you design a sign for me?

Yes I can but it will cost $25 on top of the cost of your sign.

How long does it take to create an event sign?

I usually allow a week to make a sign. However, completion depends on bookings I already have. I will work hard to complete your signs as early as possible.

Can we change designs on chalkboard and plywood signs?


How do I order?

Inbox me on my 'Chalk It Up Designs' Facebook page with the following.
-A screenshot of the sign that you like.
-Changes that you would like made. For example, plywood instead of a blackboard.
-Date of the event.
-Size: most of the signs are 90x60cm but can be made in other sizes.
-If you would like it posted. Let me know your postcode and address so I can give you a price for postage.
-If you would like to collect it.
I will then give you a quote and if you would like to order it I will create an invoice for you.

How do I pay?

Payment is made through bank transfer or you can make payment when you pick it up.

How soon do I have to pay?

Once I have provided you with a quote and you are happy to go ahead with the order I will send you an invoice with a deposit of 30%. The deposit will need to be paid within 10 days. The deposit is refundable if you choose not to go ahead with the order.

Do you use chalk on the boards?

I use either chalk pen or paint to create the design.

Does the writing and design rub off or smudge?

No, the design is hand drawn with chalk pen or paint.

Do you post? Is postage included in the price?

Yes, I post to anywhere in Australia. No, the customer covers the cost of postage.

Where are you located?

We are in Buninyong, 5 minutes from Ballarat.

Can we choose different stain colour for the plywood signs?


Do plywood signs cost more?

Yes, they cost $10 more than the blackboard. All plywood signs come up differently as the grains are different.

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