This is a Size D transfer (18″ x 18″)
Farmer’s Market – The perfect addition to any farmhouse! You’re sure to make a statement with the Farmer’s Market Transfer! Pairs well with kitchen décor.
Aah Winter. Sledding on snow and skating on ice. I am not by any stretch an ice skater. That just screams broken bones to me. So…nope.
There is, however a great Chalk Couture chalk transfer we can use to bring a little winter fun to our home decor. Here we have the Ice Skate Rental transfer. It’s such a nice farmhouse style winter design.
I chalked the Ice Skate Rental onto the Chalk Couture Sylvie 9X12 White Frame Chalkboard. I used Bright White Chalk Paste. I also used the Fuzzing Towel, Stir Sticks, 4 Inch Handled Squeegee, Self Healing Mat, and Fine Mist Sprayer.
Check out the video below to see how I created this gorgeous winter design.
If you’re still thinking about joining Club Couture, this month’s Club should settle it for you. I, for one, am going nuts over this super cute design for Fall. Ready to see it? Here it is!
Acorns may not be fun to step on, but this one sure is awesome looking! And how clever is it being called “Happy Fallidays”? I just love it and can’t wait to chalk it on all sorts of surfaces!
Want to know more about Club Couture? Just go here to find out more!
Hey Friends! Just like Hot Chocolate must have marshmallows, here’s another decor element we can’t do without for Fall: the Pumpkin.
When decorating, there’s no limit to what you can do to represent a pumpkin. In decor-land, you can make teal pumpkins, patterned pumpkins, YES even – Buffalo Plaid pumpkins, and certainly, as I did here, Burlap pumpkins.
So here it is- a fun DIY Burlap Pumpkin along with a DIY Farmhouse Autumn Sign! I used the Autumn Vibes transfer, along with our 9X12 Box Frame. I used Shimmer Copper paste. I also used the Self Healing Mat, Stir Sticks, and Small Squeegee. My Glue Gun is a Gorilla Glue Gun from Amazon. My pumpkin was from Target along with the Burlap I used to create it. The smaller pumpkin I cut in half is from Dollar Tree. Pretty cool, right?
Check out the video below to see how I made this wonderful seasonal project.
It’s hip. It’s trendy. It’s buffalo plaid. And I want it. On everything. Everywhere. With the help of the Mini Buffalo Plaid Chalk Couture chalk transfer, I can do darn near whatever I want.
I found this cute table that goes perfect in my new basement. I thought, “what better way to jazz this up than with some buffalo plaid!” I think it turned out great and I have it in a prominent spot in my basement.
This project consisted of the Mini Buffalo Plaid transfer along with our Farm Fresh transfer. I used Almond and Black Velvet Chalk Pastes. I also used the Fuzzing Towel, Stir Sticks, and Small Squeegees.
Check out the video below to see how I created this fantastic project.
And remember: Buffalo Plaid! All the things!!