Learn how to use Chalk Couture on t-shirts! This is a super simple way to create your own DIY t-shirts that look great.
Let me show you how easy it is to use Chalk Couture on t-shirts. This method is fast and doesn’t require any expensive equipment. Now, let’s create a few inexpensive custom t-shirts for everyone you know!
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Here’s what you’ll need create your t-shirts:
- Adibosy Women’s Short Sleeve Top
- Aifer Women’s Leopard Print Color Block Tunic
- Bright White Chalkology Ink
- Papaya Chalkology Ink
- “Accept the Crazy” Transfer
- “Hey Y’all” Transfer
- 17×17 Ink Mat
First, place your Ink Mat on the inside of the shirt. This is what I used to protect and help hold the fabric in place while adding the design to the shirt.
Next, get your transfer placed on the surface of the t-shirt.
Then, use a small squeegee and Chalkology Ink to add the details.
For this design, I used the colors Bright White and Papaya.
Work swiftly with one color at at time making sure to add an even layer of ink.
Once you’re finished applying the ink, remove the transfer by slowing peeling it away from the surface.
Once you’ve removed the transfer, you’ll need to set the design using a medium hot iron. To do this, place a tea towel or Teflon sheet between the shirt and iron and then heat 4 minutes on each side.
Here’s another idea that uses only one ink color!
Isn’t this one just perfect for summer events! Add a cute pair of earrings like the ones shown here and your outfit is complete. You can grab a pair of the earrings HERE!
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