Have you ever looked at a beautiful chalkboard and thought “I wish I had handwriting like that!”? Well, there is a little trick that makes designing your next chalkboard a snap!! 😉
Check out Sara’s video tutorial for all the little tricks!!
The supplies used in this tutorial can be found here: china marker & chalk marker. The china marker is permanent and the the chalk marker can be removed but takes a little elbow grease.
For more details you can find the step by step instructions on Sara’s blog HERE.
I love your tutorial! Not only is it a great way to get the handwritten look of chalk, but you don’t have to worry about it getting smudged if you choose to use the china pencil. I also LOVE that you get right to the project and have clear, easy instructions. There is nothing more irritating for me than to watch a tutorial that has 20 minutes of unrelated gabbing prior to showing the featured diy. I also appreciate that you fast forwarded through you tracing the design. People should use this as an example on how to make an engaging, successful tutorial!! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Susan!! 🙂
I agree^^^ this really is a well done tutorial. Great job.
Thanks, Charli! 🙂