I received a sample for this review/feature. Opinions expressed are my own.
I have been wanting to try Chalk Ink since the fad for Chalk Art began. I love the look of white on black, but I have always disliked working with traditional chalk because of the dust and smearing. I’m sort of a perfectionist, and like to have clean lines when I work.
Chalk Ink works like a paint pen, yet looks like chalk. No dust and no smearing once it’s dry. You can use it on any non-porous surface and it wipes off easily with water or Windex.
Since this is my first time using Chalk Ink I decided to make a template to trace. This way I can demonstrate how easy it is to transfer an image onto your work surface.
Chalk Ink is very easy to use once you get the ink flowing all you have to do is trace. ?You can also go back over your design once you finish. ?Usually with paint pens if you go back over your design it will erase it partially.
- Chalk Ink White Chalk Marker-White 6mm
- ChalkBoard Black Paper
- Regular Chalk
- Wet Wipes/Wet Paper Towel
Create a simple text message or monogram in a Word document using the fonts of your choice. Then print out your design.
Lightly cover the back of your design with chalk using the side of the chalk.
Trace your design using a pencil.
When you have traced you should have a ghost image of your words that you can now go in and color using your Chalk Ink.
Once you are finished you can use a wet paper towel to clean up your ghost lines, and are ready to frame your piece of art!