Easy Sign with Chalk Couture Products

Quick And Easy Signs With Chalk Couture Paste and Transfers

Chalk Couture squeegee

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Have you heard of Chalk Couture? It's a line of reusable adhesive transfers, chalk paste and inks for making just about anything! Signs, wall art, cards, tees, bags, etc!

I recently tried this product for the first time and was pleased with how quick and easy it is to use!

I wanted to make a cute sign for my summer mantle (which I'll be sharing in a few weeks) and the saying, "Today is a good day for a good day" seemed perfect.

I received some samples in the mail (thanks Heather!) and set to work.


supplies for sign


Whenever I make signs, I like to spend some time sanding the board down really well. Sides, edges, front and back. No one likes splinters! It only takes a few minutes using a palm sander. I use this one; it's lightweight, available in a cordless version, and has replaceable sandpaper pads.

I painted my board with two coats of Dixie Belle Mineral Paint in Savannah Mist...the same color I used for this flower pot makeover. Oddly enough, it looks gray in this project!

The Chalk Couture stencils are very thin and sticky but are washable and reusable, which I love! I had a little trouble getting the stencil centered on my painted board...they suggest pouncing a lint free cloth on the sticky part of the stencil to remove some of the stickiness. This definitely helped!

Chalk Couture stencil

Next, I used the flexible rubber squeegee to scoop out a little Chalkology Paste (it's like thick chalk paint) directly onto my project.

Chalk Couture paste and squeegee

Using the squeegee, I spread a thin and even coat across the stencil. The excess paste went right back into the pot for another project. Here's a little video to show you how easy it is. Sorry that I don't show the removal of the stencil...it took two hands to peel it up!

It's really that easy! Center the stencil, spread the paste, peel up the stencil!

spread paint thin

The results are a great looking sign with absolutely no bleed-through!

finished sign

I found this product quick and easy to use! I'm looking forward to trying the Couture Ink with the same stencil...I'll probably make a tee. The paste and inks are available in a wide variety of colors, and there are oodles of stencils to choose from!

You can view the entire line of Chalk Couture paint and ink colors and stencil options here!

easy sign in 10 minutes

Be watching for my summer  mantle soon!
Chalk Couture review

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Disclosure: I received the products featured in this post from Chalk Couture; as always, my opinions are my own.

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  1. Transfers not stencils... I'm sorry it just bugs me when people call them stencils.


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