Chalk Couture layering techniques are a great way to add dimension and interest to your Chalk Couture projects! These layering techniques are quick and easy to do for any Chalk Couture Chalkology paste project!
Chalk Couture Layering Techniques
Recently I did a Chalk Couture project that featured a lot of flowers for my kitchen. After I got the flowers on the easel (which I bought at Hobby Lobby), I noticed that they looked a little flat and not as interesting as they could be.
So, I decided to try a couple of layering techniques to the flowers to give them a little more personality!
I’ve created a video to show how to do the two Chalk Couture layering techniques I used for this project.
Chalk Couture Tranfers – Here are the 3 different transfers that I used for this project. This is an example of mixing Chalk Couture transfers to make the project your own.
Bloom Transfer – This is a special two part layering transfer.
Mini Florals – This transfer has 12 different flower designs. I used these 6 flowers for my project.
Vintage Truck Add-On – This is a large transfer that has several parts to it. I used the Fresh Cut and Flowers transfers from this large transfer.
Chalk Couture Chalkology Paste – These are the 7 Chalk Couture Chalkology pastes that I used for this project, but you can use whatever colors you like for your project.
Small Squeegee – I used Chalk Couture’s small squeegees to spread on the chalkology paste.
Surface – I used a chalkboard easel that I ordered from Hobby Lobby for my project. Here are some other surfaces you could use.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial for Chalk Couture layering techniques!
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