By now you all know I’m a big fan of transferring graphics to furniture and decor. I’ve tried a few different methods for transferring images onto fabric, but was always pretty underwhelmed with the results. I recently tried a new method for transferring images onto fabric and it’s by far the best method I’ve used yet.
I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while. First, because I get a lot of questions about it. And secondly, because I think many people assume that wax is the only option for sealing chalk painted furniture.
Most of you know my mom and I have a booth space located in an antique mall. We’ve always used it as an easy way to unload furniture we paint for the blog, but we’ve not really put much work into it beyond that. I’m a little embarrassed to admit that over the holidays we just kind of just left the space to manage itself and didn’t really add new inventory or check on it much.
Happy Wednesday! The second Wednesday of the month is always my favorite because it’s Monthly DIY Challenge day. Can you believe we’ve been doing this challenge since 2014? Sometimes the products we’re working with are a challenge for me and sometimes I know exactly what I want to make. Either way, I like that it pushes me to think and use products I wouldn’t always choose on my own.
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