Find out how to make a personalized monogram laurel wreath sign using Chalk Couture! Chalk Couture makes crafting easy, fun and super affordable!
Have you ever used Chalk Couture?? If not, I’m so excited to have you here…..and if you have – I’m excited about that too! Today I’m going to show you how to use multiple transfers to create a unique laurel wreath sign with monogram. This technique is a great way to make personalized decor for your home or for your customers to purchase. Let’s get into the supplies you’ll need and how you can recreate the look.
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Chalk Couture Supplies Needed:
- Couture Boutique Board (18 inch Hexagon)
- Vintage Laurel Wreath Transfer
- Monogram Letter Transfer (Each letter is purchased individually, so just search for the one you need.)
- Eucalyptus Chalkology Paste
- White Chalkology Paste
- Fuzzing Cloth
Laurel Wreath Tutorial:
- Before you begin, cut the large laurel wreath transfer off of the sheet so that it is separated from the smaller one. Be sure to prep any new transfers by fuzzing them with a fuzzing cloth or towel.
- To begin your design, place the laurel transfer on your surface. Use the Eucalyptus Chalology Paste to fill in the leaves and the White Chalkology Paste for the berries and bow. Work in sections until that area is finished.
- Finally, place your monogram transfer in the center of the laurel wreath design and fill it in using the White Chalkology Paste. Peel back to reveal your final product.
Here are a few of my Pro Tips for creating with Chalk Couture:
- Chalkology Paste dries quickly, so working in sections is best. Peel back the areas where you have applied the paste before moving onto the next area.
- Wipe back any extra paste and put it back in the jar to re-use. This will make your paste last a really long time!
- Light colors show up best on dark surfaces.
- Get creative with the transfers! Mix & match your favorites to create unique designs that no one has seen before.
Watch as I make my own personalized monogram laurel wreath sign below!! This is a super simple project and I explain all of the steps in detail.
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