xI’ve been working on getting our Master Bedroom all finished up since our move. How adorable is the finishing touches of the chalkboards I just made using the Good Morning Gorgeous Transfer from Chalk Couture?! A little Chalkology Paste, Squeegee, Transfer on a chalkboard and viola!!
It’s seriously so fun and easy to do. Check it out in action below…
I had so much fun adding this little rooster from the I Don’t Do Mornings Chalk Couture Transfer to a tea towel and serving tray. Check out how you can use Chalkology Paste and some Chalkology Ink to spruce up your decor and give it a new look.
Chalkology Ink is my go to for anything I’d be placing in the washing machine or dishwasher and I typically use Chalkology Paste for everything else. Here you’ll see how I used some Ink to add this rooster to the tea towel for my kitchen and how I used chalk paste to add it right onto a serving tray to give it a farmhouse feel.
My daughter, Londyn, is on summer break from school. She’s 5 and going into 1st grade. She woke up the first day off of school and asked if she can help me work. Ummmm yes! YES, you sure can! I totally hired a summer helper and will be paying her with LOL dolls. Meet my newest employee… LONDYN!
I’m loving this Stay Awhile Transfer from Chalk Couture. It’s totally perfect for every entry way, isn’t it?! I put it onto a 24×36 Chalk Couture Panel and then popped it into a 24×36 frame that I had. Since the frame is porcelain magnetic, I used a heavy duty hook, placed it right onto the chalkboard and then topped it off with a cotton wreath. Pretty cute, right?
Did you know that underneath a canvas is a gorgeous wood frame, that is ready to be stained or painted and turned into a beautiful piece? There is! Let me show you how easy it is to take off the canvas, reattach and then chalk it up with some Chalk Couture Transfers and Chalkology Paste.
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? I’m having a blast making all kinds of Valentine’s Day decor this year using all the super cute Chalk Couture Valentine’s Chalk Transfers. This Sugar Cookies Transfer could absolutely be used year round but with a little red and/or pink Chalkology Paste, it screams Valentine’s day. Am I right?
I couldn’t wait to chalk this one up. I even did a little layering on the Sugar Cookies letters, using our Patterns Chalk Transfer. Oh yes.. yes, I did LAYER the transfers. Did you know you could do that? I’ll share the video for you below so you can see how you do the layering. It’s a fun added touch.
Seriously, it’s as easy as …. PLACE. PASTE. PEEL!!!
If you haven’t tried Chalk Couture yet, head on over to MY STORE and get yourself some!!! You will love it!
Want to add a unique look to your chalk projects?! If so, you’ve got to give this ombre technique a try. It’s super simple to do and really adds a lot. Check out this cake that I used the ombre technique on in the video below. It’s from the You’re the Sweetest Chalk Transfer from Chalk Couture.
All you need is your Chalk Transfer, surface, at least 2 chalkology paste colors and your finger.
Isn’t that cool?! This project was super fun. I love how you can chalk on the chalkboard backing of this Shadow Box, as well as the glass on the top.
Have you seen the cute little vintage trucks everywhere this holiday season? I sure have. So on trend! I’m loving them.
I was super excited when Chalk Couture released their Vintage Truck Chalk Transfer with tons of pieces to coordinate with it to make it a year round transfer. In this video below I’m going to share how I used the cute Christmas Tree to place in the bed of the truck. In addition to the tree, it came with pumpkins, an anchor, boxes, watermelons and more with sentiments to coordinate.
I love how easy it is to create adorable home decor with these Chalk Couture Products. Check out how I am using this All Good Things are Wild and Free Chalk Couture Transfer with some White Chalkology Paste and placing it directly onto a Burlap canvas. Turned out super cute and took under 2 minutes to create. Bonus… I’ll be able to use this transfer again and again.