Chalk Art and Adhesive Stencils are so easy to use.
Today on the blog, I will be sharing with you about A Maker’s Studio Chalk Art and Adhesive Stencils. Amy Howard is the Founder of these awesome products.
5th Step in my 5 Steps to Restore Thrift Store Items with A Maker’s Studio Products.
In Blog Post 1, which you can read about here, I showed you how you can purchase items at the Thrift Store and clean them with A Maker’s Studio Furniture Cleaner.
It’s exciting to refurbish an item from the Thrift Store.
When you find an item that you just don’t like anymore, rather than adding it to landfill, restore or refurbish it with paint, chalk art or stencils.
Chalk Art comes in over 20 different colors and is actually chalk, not paint. Chalk Art when applied to a surface will easily wash off with water. If you don’t want the Chalk Art to come off, then you should seal it was a Sealer. I’d recommend the Matte Sealer from A Maker’s Studio. Water can be applied to the Chalk Art and you should keep your container closed when you are finished using it as the air will dry it out.
Adhesive Stencils are another way to enhance an item that you don’t like anymore. Adhesive Stencils make stenciling easy because of the stickiness on the stencil. Adhesive Stencils can be used over and over again and can be cleaned with soap and water. Adhesive Stencils should be use with just one type of product. For example, if you are using a particular stencil with Chalk Art, don’t then try and use it with the Rescue and Restore Paint.
Adhesive Stencils can also be use with our Gilding Size and Leaf. Look at how beautiful this pillow turned out.
If you’d like to join me at a workshop to complete the pillow, please leave a comment below.
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Take a look at what I restored.
If you’d like to watch my video, you can go to my YouTube channel: Cynthia Nessel – Create With Cynthia. You can click here.
Thanks for following along sweet friends.