Have you seen chalk spray paint yet? It is chalk…like sidewalk chalk….but in a spray paint container. Y’all it is brilliant for outdoor fun this summer with the kids. Read on to find out how to use it to create some fun projects in your backyard. This post is sponsored by Testors however all projects and opinions are my own.
Get patriotic this summer by creating some Fourth of July decorations with Chalk Couture. I am going to share how to make this great patriotic table runner then, at the bottom of this post, I will have some other great ideas for you! They all use the same transfer which is the beauty of Chalk Couture. You can use that same transfer over and over again once you purchase it to make a wide variety of projects.
There is a contour feature in Cricut Design Space that few people even know about. Y’all this is the handiest feature you will probably ever use! It opens up so many options to customize images, text, and so much more. You are going to thank me for this post….seriously!
Make a wooden pencil holder for dad this Father’s Day. This simple project just requires a 4×4 and some paint. Add an extra vinyl embellishment if you wish. You are going to love the paint I used as well so read on to find out more about that. This post is sponsored by Testors however all projects and opinions are my own. This is also a part of Craft Lightning week where we are sharing 15 minute crafts using wood all week. You can catch up with the crafts from day 1 and day 2. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of the post to see the ideas from today.
Have you made a reverse canvas yet? It is possibly the cheapest artwork you can make for your home and it looks gorgeous! I am using Chalk Couture on mine to make it even more stunning! Follow along below to see just how to make this art for your farmhouse style home. Want more ideas with this enjoy the journey Chalk Couture transfer? Head to the bottom of this post as I have some links you don’t want to miss!
Today I am going to show you how to make this clothespin picture frame in just minutes with a few supplies. Yes that does include a Cricut EasyPress as it makes this project SUPER simple! This post is sponsored by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own. You got a sneak peek of the Cricut Wisteria EasyPress here on Monday when we chatted about the Cricut Wisteria Explore Air 2. Yes there is another bundle and it is a great deal as well!
I love a hoop wreath. You can make them in a variety of sizes but making them extra large as party decoration may be my very favorite. I am actually partnering with Cricut on this post however all projects an opinions are my own. You see they released a Cricut Wisteria Explore Air 2 Bundle that is exclusive to JOANN stores. If you are in the market for a machine, you don’t want to miss this deal and yes it is so perfect for mom for Mother’s Day!
The new Cricut Iron-On Designs are perfect for those of you that do not have a Cricut machine. Yep you read that right! This newest line allows you to make projects for your home and gifts with just an iron or even a Cricut EasyPress. They are so easy to use that I whipped up four projects in no time at all. Ready to jump in? Just follow along below! This post is sponsored by Cricut, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
Tea towel printing at home has never been easier! I am going to show you how to use Chalk Couture to print your own tea towels to keep, give as gifts, or even to sell. Are you ready for a quick and easy project that will look amazing in your kitchen? You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post as I am joining with some other bloggers showing you the versatility of Chalk Couture today!