Wednesday, June 1, 2022

June Club Couture - Live in the Sunshine // Let's get chalking!

Dive into DIY with Club Couture™! Featuring a beloved quote from the great writer, Ralph Waldo Emerson, this Transfer celebrates living in the moment. Your shipment this month includes the Live in Sunshine Transfer and Couture Teal, Guava, and Shimmer Harvest Chalkology® Paste Singles.

      Ready to start this months creation? Follow along! 

Your shipment this month includes the Live in the Sunshine Club Couture Transfer and Chalkology® Paste Singles: Couture Teal, Guava, and Shimmer Harvest.

Supplies Included

Club Couture Chalk Transfer® design: Live in The Sunshine
Chalkology® Paste Singles: Couture Teal, Guava, and Shimmer Harvest

Additional Supplies Needed

Surface: Door Tag (9" × 12")
Tools: Color Trays, Fuzzing Cloth, Mini Squeegee

Color and Placement Suggestions

Couture Teal: “swim”, “the wild air”, lines
Guava: “in the sunshine”, lines, “drink”, “Ralph Waldo Emerson” 
Shimmer Harvest: “live”, “the sea”, lines

Follow these instructions to complete this project:

1. Remove your Transfer from its packaging and carefully peel off the Transfer Backer Sheet.

2. “Fuzz” the Transfer by gently pressing onto a Fuzzing Cloth and carefully pulling it upward. This will make the Transfer easier to remove from the surface after you’ve applied the paste.

3. Center the Live in The Sunshine Transfer on the surface, and smooth it out to ensure it has properly adhered and that there are no bubbles or wrinkles.

4.Knead your Chalkology Paste Singles. Cut open the corner of each packet and squeeze the desired amount of paste onto a Color Tray, using a new tray for each color.

5. Use your Mini Squeegee to apply color over your Transfer (see “Color and Placement Suggestions”). Scrape away excess paste as evenly as possible. The more excess paste you remove, the better the result will be.

6. For best results, divide your project into two sections and use the chalk-and-pull method. Chalk the top section of the design and peel back only that portion of the Transfer to let the paste dry on the surface before continuing. To prevent any stretching in the Transfer, peel from the center or from both corners.

7. Gently lay the Transfer back down over the chalked section. Ensure that the next section is fully adhered, and repeat the above steps as you work your way down the Transfer.

8. Once your design is fully chalked and before the paste dries, remove your Transfer from the surface and immediately clean the Transfer with cool water (do not let it soak).

9. Dry the Transfer flat with the sticky side up. Once completely dry, reapply the Transfer Backer Sheet and store flat.

10. Show off your splashing new project!

Not a Club Member yet?

Love your Club Couture membership, but want more to use them on? Get a Best Basics Chalk It Up Kit

Our basic instructions go like this: choose a surface and Transfer, add some paste or ink, and start creating. With the Best Basics Chalk It Up Kit, you’ll have what you need to carry out those instructions and you’ll be well on your way to artistry!

This kit includes two of our favorite surfaces: Board & Base (perfect for A-sized Transfers) and a Sylvie White Frame (perfect for B-sized Transfers). Both surfaces are reusable with Chalkology Paste, and can be used in either landscape or portrait orientation. Plus, that Board & Base is reversible so you can have two projects to display all at once!

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